Can a Utilitarian truly Acknowledge the Value of Justice?

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Philosophy

 

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March 26, 2015

 

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A key criticism of the theory is that the purpose and intent behind an action are monumentally important and so by analysing only the consequences, utilitarianism is overlooking a crucial aspect of being able to determine the action's justice. Take, for instance, the example of a man who sabotages the car of a colleague he has taken a severe dislike to, in order to delay his arrival at an important job interview...
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A key criticism of the theory is that the purpose and intent behind an action are monumentally important and so by analysing only the consequences, utilitarianism is overlooking a crucial aspect of being able to determine the action's justice. Take, for instance, the example of a man who sabotages the car of a colleague he has taken a severe dislike to, in order to delay his arrival at an important job interview...
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