Utilitarianism

Utilitarian ethics is an empirical theory which aims to measure the likely future consequences of an action (hence consequentialism) in terms of pleasure (hedonic utilitarians), or happiness. These are intrinsic goods – everything else is relative to one of these two measures of goodness. So the good action is one that maximises pleasure over pain for the most people, or happiness over misery.

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