From Consequentialism to Utilitarianism

Journal of Philosophy 100 (8):403-415 (2003)
Abstract
In this article, we show that total act utilitarianism can be derived from a set of axioms that are (or ought to be) acceptable for anyone subscribing to the basic ideals of consequentialism.
Keywords normative ethics
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