Clas­si­cal utilitarianism

TagLast edit: 9 Apr 2021 13:25 UTC by Pablo

Classical utilitarianism is the form of utilitarianism espoused by the founding fathers of utilitarianism, especially Jeremy Bentham. It is generally understood to be a form of hedonistic act consequentialism that gives equal intrinsic weight to positive and negative hedonic states.

some con­cerns with clas­si­cal utilitarianism

nil14 Nov 2020 9:29 UTC
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Book Re­view: Deon­tol­ogy by Jeremy Bentham

ketchupduck12 Aug 2020 13:45 UTC
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Pod­cast: solv­ing con­scious­ness and sab­o­tag­ing the he­do­nic treadmill

Garrison7 Nov 2019 1:56 UTC
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Book Re­view: Prin­ci­ples of Mo­rals and Leg­is­la­tion by Jeremy Bentham

ketchupduck17 Jun 2021 1:49 UTC
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