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Zoe Raymond|Fitness & Yoga|Beauty & Fashion

Business Ethics.


Utilitarians see as their moral guideline a rule that encourages them to make life bearable for as many people as possible.

Perhaps we can actively go something to make people's lives better, or perhaps the only thing we can do to make their lives better is to stay out of their way. Perhaps we cant strive to make people happy, but we can at least do our best to limit their misery.

That way of thinking, just seems the decent approach for many of us, and when we include ourselves among those who should receive a general increase of happiness and decrease of misery, then the rule seems attractive, simple and reasonable.

Are you an Utilitarian?

-Pleasure is good, pain is bad; whatever causes happiness and decreases pain is morally right. Whatever causes pain and unhappiness is morally wrong.

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