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1.How is it possible for Utilitarians to argue that traditional or accepted moral rules can sometimes be broken? What does this have to do with the fact that Utilitarianism is a teleological theory? Give two examples (your own) of justified rule breaking to back up your answer.

2. Choose any three of the classifications of rights that we looked in class and define them. Be sure to include what controversies are involved in the classifications. Give examples of the rights and controversies for each classification in your discussion. Be sure that you end up discussing six different concepts, since each classification is a pair of concepts—for example legal/moral, general /specific, and positive/negative is one possible set of choices.

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Utilitarianism and Moral Rules
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UTILITARIANISM AND MORAL RULES
Utilitarianism and Moral Rules
Utilitarians believe that morality is determined by actions that increase the happiness and
pleasure of the most number of people and decreases their displeasure, therefore, it can be
acceptable to break moral rules. According to them, morality should not be enforced by rules or
systems developed by others. Instead, they believe that true morality is objective because it
ensures a positive contribution to the most number of people (Nathanson, n.d.). Utilitarians argue
that there are circumstances in which moral rules can sometimes be broken such as occasions in
which adhering to moral rules might...

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