acting as a utilitarian

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Recall a moment when you acted as a utilitarian. Calculate the net benefit that you brought with your action by applying J. S. Mill's Principle of Utility and J.Bentham's Felicific Calculus. You will find these under Course Materials.

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Running head: UTILITARIANISM

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Utilitarianism
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UTILITARIANISM

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Utilitarianism

Introduction
The principle of utilitarianism was propagated to allude to acts of people that propagate
the values of the greatest happiness for the greatest number of people. The principle takes the
forms that were espoused by the philosophers who interrogated the actions of individuals. This
paper will look into the theory in the perspectives of philosophers Jeremy Bentham and John
Mill Stuart with respect to the personal experience that will be discussed hereafter.
Personal experience...

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