The Effects of Principles and of Actions

Analysis 44 (1):46 - 48 (1984)
Abstract
When a man attempts to combat the principle of utility, it is with reasons drawn, without his being aware of it, from that very principle itself. His arguments, if they prove anything, prove not that the principle is wrong, but that, according to the applications he supposes to be made of it, it is misapplied
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