Utilitarianism and Argument Regarding A Critique

| March 20, 2020

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Writing Assignment #2: Utilitarianism and Argument Regarding A Critique:

In the section below titled “Begin Your Response Here,” address the following:

Component 1: Explain what utilitarianism is including the difference between act (classical) and rule utilitarianism. What are some of the objections that have been presented in our text and in class concerning this tradition? Please do not just list these without also providing an explanation in your own words.

Component 2: Identify one of the critiques of utilitarianism and provide a well-reasoned argument about whether the critique is legitimate. Build an original argument either defending utilitarianism against the critique or defending the critique. The argument should demonstrate original thought. Remember that an argument requires a conclusion and several clear and relevant claims of support for the conclusion.

Begin Your Response Here:

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