Difference between revisions of "Consequentialism"
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A moral theory that places value on the consequences of actions, as opposed to good intent, as in virtue ethics, and as opposed to actions that are required or impermissible, as in deontological ethics.
- Ends Don't Justify Means (Among Humans)
- Torture vs. Dust Specks
- Deontology for Consequentialists by Alicorn
- Virtue Ethics for Consequentialists by Will Newsome
- Consequentialism Need Not Be Shortsighted by othonormal