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Hedonism is the moral theory according to which all and only pleasant and unpleasant states have intrinsic value.


MacAskill, William & Darius Meissner (2020) Theories of welfare: Hedonism, in ‘Elements and types of utilitarianism’, Utilitarianism.

Moore, Andrew (2004) Hedonism, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, April 20 (updated 13 December 2019).

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