The moral theory of utilitarianism (the idea that rightness and wrongness is determined solely by the consequences for good and bad) has a number of classic objections. In his seminal essay, 'Two Concepts of Rules', John Rawls defends utilitarianism against the objection that utilitarianism allows immoral acts, such as framing an innocent person and breaking a promise.
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Join a friendly group to chat and share ideas over lunch at the museum café. Contact John, 04 4903 1855  
Join with others in Elsternwick and neighbouring areas to socialise and discuss topics of interest to Humanists. Contact Joe Sampson, phone 0449 832 722.
Humanists Victoria Public Presentation (via Zoom) Dale Walker, from Anika Legal, will share the findings of Anika’s report into Victoria’s bonds system. We’ll learn some shocking truths, uncover the barriers to a fair bonds system, and hear Anika’s recommendations to the Victorian government about what can be done to fix this broken system. Anika […]