Deontology And Starbucks

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You did an excellent job explaining how the utilitarian theory applies to Starbucks and building relationships. Just a thought, our readings state that utilitarianism is defined in our text as "An action is morally right if the consequences of that action are more favorable than unfavorable to everyone" (Fieser, 2015, p. 16). Therefore, my concern with this after additional research is that although Starbucks built good relationships with farmers, not everyone was able to benefit from what Starbucks had to offer. So is this still the “greatest happiness for the greatest number?” In comparison to your approach, I feel that the theory of deontology fits well since it was a duty that Starbucks acted towards to help farmers be successful. According
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