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In those situations, says David Magnus, director of the Center for Biomedical Ethics at Stanford University, long-standing principles of utilitarianism, prioritization and egalitarianism apply.COVID-19 Is Forcing Us to Talk About Rationing Health Care in the U.S. Again. Could We Have Avoided This?|Alice Park|September 10, 2021|Time
Over the years, he has pushed for animal rights, made the case for utilitarianism, and advocated for more — and more effective — giving.The world’s problems overwhelmed me. This book empowered me.|Kelsey Piper|December 11, 2020|Vox
But here's what utilitarianism, according to Williams, leaves out of the picture: individual agency.
In spite of his keen interest in Utilitarianism, there is no trace that he read the later writers of the school.The Life of Mazzini|Bolton King
For an express discussion and vindication of this principle, see the little volume entitled "Utilitarianism."A System of Logic: Ratiocinative and Inductive|John Stuart Mill
Here he would seem to lean towards utilitarianism, were it not that he is as severe on men of experiment as on men of dogma.Beacon Lights of History, Volume VI|John Lord
To accept the philosophy was to be also pledged to practical applications of Utilitarianism.
The Morals and Legislation opens by briefly and contemptuously setting aside more philosophical opponents of Utilitarianism.
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A system of ethics according to which the rightness or wrongness of an action should be judged by its consequences. The goal of utilitarian ethics is to promote the greatest happiness for the greatest number. Jeremy Bentham, an English philosopher, was the founder of utilitarianism; John Stuart Mill was its best-known defender.