Utilitarianism's handling of the reality of heterogeneous populations and consequent inequality is perverse
Utilitarianism is one of several ethical theories addressing the question of how to assess the “goodness" of any state of affairs. In the history of ideas, the most distinguished proponents and defenders of utilitarianism have been the great English thinkers Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) and John Stuart Mill (1806-73).
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