Consequentialist moral theories differ from deontological or non

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8) Consequentialist moral theories differ from deontological (or non-consequentialist) theories because: a) Consequentialists rely on common sense intuitions about what is right.b) Consequentialists believe moral rules are never useful, even as a general guide for making moral decisions.c) Non-Consequentialists think that the results of a choice are not the only thing that ought to be considered in reaching an decision.d) Non-Consequentialists all accept principles that are absolute and universal. 9) According to our text, all consequentialist theories claim that the one right choice for a moral decision is when the conclusion or policy chosen is: 10) Which of the following is the primary example of consequentialist moral reasoning in our text and class discussions: 11) Which of the following is an example of non-consequentialist moral theory? 12) What is the principle of Ethical Egoism? a) make the choice that maximizes the net benefit for yourself in the long runb) make the choice that maximizes the net benefit for everyone affected by my choicec) act according to universal moral principlesd) always act selfishly, never help anyone else 13) What is the principle of utilitarianism?
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