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knowing how other the Effects of Salt on Plant Growth people are likely to behave. Amsterdam and Atlanta: Editions Rodopi.V. Lyons, David (November 1965). Brad Hooker, Elinor Mason, and Dale Miller, eds. Every thing depends upon the evil of the second order; it is this which gives to such actions the character of crime, and which makes punishment necessary. But the principle is controversial because many people would say that what decides the morality of an action is the motive behind. 17794; (2) Gregory. What this shows is that actual consequence and foreseeable consequence utilitarians have different views about the nature of utilitarian theory. The Works of Jeremy Bentham: Published under the Superintendence of His Executor, John Bowring. Robert Merrihew Adams, Motive Utilitarianism, The Journal of Philosophy, Vol. If you enjoy chocolate but hate vanilla, you should choose chocolate for the pleasure it will bring and avoid vanilla because it will bring displeasure.
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Philosophical Studies: An International Journal for Philosophy in the Analytic Tradition. These moral ideas are often invoked in reasoning about morality, but critics claim that neither rule nor act utilitarianism acknowledge their importance. A b c Hare,. An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation, available in many editions, 1789. They reject moral codes or systems that consist of commands or taboos that are based on customs, traditions, or orders given by leaders or supernatural beings. Accident victims (including drivers) may be killed, injured, or disabled for life. In an introduction to an anthology of these articles, the editor was able to say: "The development of this theory was a dialectical process of formulation, criticism, reply and reformulation; the record of this process well illustrates the co-operative development of a philosophical theory.". Kavka, "The Numbers Should Count Philosophical Studies, 36:3 (October 1979.