Which of the four moral theories listed below was first developed by Jeremy Bentham, and later became a
powerful instrument for social reform, effecting moral and policy decisions in many areas including health
care, criminal justice, and government?
A moral theory is an explanation of what makes an action right or wrong.
Once we arrive at a carefully considered moral judgment, we can be assured that the judgment is correct and
therefore free from error or conflict.
Which of the following is not a moral theory: