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Which Of The Following Is A Justifiable Moral Rule Utilitarianism?

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Act utilitarianism is generally described as believing that the best course of action is the action that would bring in the most net utility. “In their view, the principle of utility—do whatever will produce the best overall results—should be applied on a case by case basis. The right action in any situation is the one that yields more utility (i.e. creates more well-being) than other available actions.” (http://www.iep.utm.edu/util-a-r/). Rule utilitarianism is generally described as 1) an action that can be justified morally if it can be turned into a justifiable moral rule, 2) a moral rule can be justified if its moral code can create more utility than any other possible rules or no rules at all. According to act rule, we must judge a person
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