Normative Ethics > Consequentialism > Varieties of Consequentialism > Varieties of Consequentialism, Misc
Edited by Douglas W. Portmore (Arizona State University)
|Summary||Consequentialism comes in several different varieties. Besides some of the more well-known varieties (such as rule-consequentialism, satisficing consequentialism, subjective consequentialism, and agent-relative consequentialism), there are several lesser known varieties: such as virtue consequentialism (Bradley 2005), combinative consequentialism (Gustafsson 2014), progressive consequentialism (Jamieson & Elliot 2009), multiple-act consequentialism (Mendola 2006), multi-dimensional consequentialism (Peterson 2013), attitude-consequentialism (Portmore manuscript), person-based consequentialism (Roberts 2003), commonsense consequentialism (Portmore 2011), global consequentialism (Pettit & Smith 2000), justicized consequentialism (Wigley 2012), and more -- scroll below.|
|Key works||See above.|
|Introductions||Two good introductions to the many varieties of consequentialism are Portmore 2011 and Brink 2005.|
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