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what are the 7 elements of the hedonic calculus?
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what is meant by purity?
how free from pain is this
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Richness?
how likely will this happiness lead to further happiness
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Remotness?
how close in terms of time is this happiness?
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intensity?
how strong is the happiness?
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certainty?
how sure can you be that the act will produce happiness?
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extent?
how many people will recieve happiness
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duration?
how long will the happiness last?
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what year did Mills write his utilitarianism?
1863
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what is the golden rule?
a basic rule which must be followed such as One should treat others as one would like others to treat oneself
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what theory is benthams act utilitarianism?
a relatvistic, consequentialist and teological theory
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what is the different between consequentialist and teological theory?
teleological= end goal consequentualist= outcome
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what is the problem with taking a relativistic approach?
puts people before God and allows us to break the 10 commandements if it means if fulfils the greatest happiness for the greatest number
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