Utilitarianism

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Second, Wojtyla makes a reference to the moral imperative of Immanuel Kant. He compares the greatest happiness principle to this ethic and states that it is unavoidable for people to not use others to achieve the greatest happiness for themselves. Third, he discusses the presence of egoism in the greatest happiness principle and its inability to conform to the Christian ethic, which Mill stated that Utilitarianism was all about...
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In response to this, Mill makes his arguments supporting his ethic of Utilitarianism and why people should follow his principle of utility. Wojtyla's first critique of Utilitarianism is in reference to Mill's greatest happiness principle. According to Utilitarianism, to live happily is to live pleasurably, and one must attain the maximization of pleasure with minimal pain...
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