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Explain how a utilitarian might approach the issue of eating animals.

A utilitarian would approach the ethics of eating animals by determining what the effects of eating animals would be. The best conclusion would be the one that maximises utility; the best effects for ever...

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Outline one philosophical argument for the existence of God.

Aquinas argued that the complexity of the world and the way that it functions is specific that it must have been made by a creator. In other words, there is such low likelihood that the world would be con...

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Explain the different between act and rule utilitarianism and offer one issue with these approaches.

Both act and rule utilitarianism are founded on the principle that to do good is to maximise the greatest utility. However, there are different ways of putting this principle into practice in normal life....

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With reference to this extract, explain what J.S Mill means by happiness.

In “Utilitarianism” Mill argued that happiness was the sole basis of morality. Through observation of other men and women he found that all people have a natural tendency to seek happiness and therefore c...

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What is Utilitarianism?

Utilitarianism is the doctrine/theory which states that an action is right, as it promotes the greatest amount of pleasure and the least amount of pain. Utilitarianism is a type of consequentialism, which...

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