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UTILITARIANISM. THE GREATEST HAPPINESS PRINCIPLE. Basically, the Utilitarian Approach

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UTILITARIAN THEORY Presentation arranged by Jill Stiemsma LP: Ethical Theories Presentation Section: Monday, 8:30 August 14, 2007

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UTILITARIANISM THE GREATEST HAPPINESS PRINCIPLE

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Simply put, the Utilitarian Approach "creates the best adjust of good over damage"

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"From a political perspective, exemplary utilitarianism was a social change development which aimed  to enhance the living states of poor people and lamentable in society." 

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JEREMY BENTHAM Happiness = delight and opportunity from torment Actions are "ideal" in extent to the measure of satisfaction advanced; wrong, to the turn around of bliss Seek the best great of the best number

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JEREMY BENTHAM "Most noteworthy Happiness Principle": People can just really encounter joy in the event that others around them likewise encounter joy That would you say you is, can't discover joy at another person's cost

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JOHN STUART MILL Utilitarianism applies to our social nature: Of what advantage is our joy in the event that it gets from the despondency of others? Many discover they can satisfy themselves with practically nothing; that is, they accommodate themselves to a lot of torment. This is NOT Utilitarian core interest!

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JOHN STUART MILL We should intentionally limit clashes between our points, then, and the points of others – such is the inverse of self-centeredness Our outward thought processes must be to administer to others to put it plainly, a developed personality finds unlimited enthusiasm for every one of that encompasses it… including prospects for the fate of all

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Differences in Perspective Bentham trusted we could measure "joy" (more is better) "Factory demanded that a few joys were more commendable than others, and that a refined individual would seek after more refined joys (toning it down would be best in the quest for dessert)." 

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Bentham contended, it's occasionally "best to yield people for the benefit of the association," the express, the community. (Hence, the best useful for most prominent number. Could servitude in this way be legitimized?)

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We may not concur on what constitutes the "benefit of everyone" We may not concede to what constitutes "hurt" Even if not everybody gets all they need, will everybody's rights pride still be regarded? Issues WITH THE UTILITARIAN APPROACH

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APPLICATION TO VEGETARIANISM

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One may contend that more creatures get the opportunity to live on the off chance that we eat a meat-based eating regimen (to deliver meat, cheddar, eggs, and so on.) Many ranch creatures lead lives not worth living The measure of sustenance and land expected to manage domesticated animals keeps a far bigger number of wild creatures from existing

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There are more financially savvy employments of our cash than meat and egg buys to build "satisfaction" on the planet People who eat meat are no less than 30% more inclined to bite the dust of a heart assault Raising creatures for nourishment utilizes the greater part the water utilized as a part of the United States The meat business is exclusively in charge of 80% of US soil disintegration 26 billion creatures are killed yearly in the only us – more than 4 times the planet's human populace! ( taxmeat.com )

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ANIMAL HAPPINESS!!

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REVIEW QUESTIONS What do you consider the drawback to this Utilitarian rule: One must plan to create the best useful for the best number? What are the qualities of the Utilitarian hypothesis? How likely would you say you are to take an Utilitarian Perspective?

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QUESTIONS?

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