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BENTHAM AND MILL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES

AS ETHICS OCR REVISION
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EJ Jane

on 28 April 2013

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Transcript of BENTHAM AND MILL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES

Mill POINT ONE Greatest GOOD for the
greatest number POINT TWO Aims at the individual POINT ONE The greatest HAPPINESS
for the greatest number POINT TWO Aims for the good of all ACT & RULE ACT= Bentham Comparing Bentham and Mill Utilitarianism AS Revision POINT THREE QUANTATIVE- Hedonic Calculus POINT THREE QUALITATIVE- Higher and Lower pleasures POINT FOUR All pleasures are the same value POINT FOUR Higher and Lowe pleasures POINT FIVE No consideration of human rights POINT FIVE Individual liberty is vital POINT SIX CONSEQUENTIALIST POINT SIX CONSEQUENTIALIST Links to BENTHAM'S APPROACH, follows the one rule: greatest good for the greatest number. An ACTION is only right if it promotes happiness. Laws are rules of thumb so can be disregarded if circumstances require it. RULE= Links to MILL'S APPROACH (more of a weak rule utilitarian though) , moral rules based on the principle of utility benefit society should be kept by everyone in similar circumstances. These rules benefit all and prevent POU being used in subjective purposes.
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