PHIL2604 MDC Utilitarians Argue That Consequences

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  • Utilitarians argue that consequences are the primary basis for evaluating the morality of actions. Are certain actions inherently wrong, regardless of the consequences? Provide examples and/or reasons for your response.
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Running head: UTILITARIANS

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Utilitarians
Student’s Name
Course Number – Name of Course
University Name
Instructor’s Name
Date

UTILITARIANS

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Utilitarians

Utilitarians argue that its consequences determine the morality of actions. They base
their arguments on utilitarian theory, which states that an action that creates the most significant
bene...

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