What is Utilitarianism?



Utilitarianism is often criticized for permitting what are thought to be morally impermissible actions, on the basis that these actions will create more happiness. Deontology, on the other hand, is often criticized for requiring adherence to moral laws that don’t take into account the complexities of real-world ethical dilemmas. Use an example to explain this debate between utilitarianism and deontology and pick which ideology works better in the example.

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