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SAEL 200 notes 3

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SAEL 200 notes 3 SAEL 200-053

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Chart of differences between Utilitarianism and Deontology
Social Advocacy and Ethical Life
ethics, Social Advocacy, philosophy, Utilitarianism, Deontology
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This 1 page Bundle was uploaded by Olivia Brown on Monday February 8, 2016. The Bundle belongs to SAEL 200-053 at University of South Carolina taught by DANIEL KRUIDENIER in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 43 views. For similar materials see Social Advocacy and Ethical Life in Culture at University of South Carolina.


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Date Created: 02/08/16
“Mill’s Utilitarianism” Utilitarianism- actions are right as they tend to promote happiness and wrong as they tend to promote the opposite. Happiness- pleasure and the absence of pain. Standard- the greatest amount of happiness altogether.—> non-human sentient creatures, and humans. Accuses many humans of “speciesism”- people that favor their own species, and look down upon others because they are not human. Pleasure- the kinds of pleasure and pain we are susceptible to are relative to our capacities. - Pleasure must be measured by quantity than quality. Utilitarianism Deontology Foundation Happiness Rational Being Principle Increase happiness and reduce Respect the dignity of rational suffering beings Consequences matter? Consequentialist- happiness is Non-consequentialist- Motives an effect/ consequence of action matter not effects Status of moral rules good guides, but there are Absolute and exceptionalness, exceptions no exceptions/ must be followed status of individuals and Group interests trump individual Rights of the individual trump the groups rights interests of the group Status of animals animals receive direct moral animals merely a means to and consideration end. receive no moral direct consideration Epistemology experience discovers moral reason gives moral knowledge knowledge Do the ends justify the Yes, the ends justify the means there are restrictions on the means? means that can be empaled to secure ends. Role of inclinations, feelings, they play a role interests


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