According to utilitarianism, the motive behind an action is relevant to
A. the morality of the action.
B. the worth of the agent who performs the action.
C. both a and b
D. none of the above
Mill argues that utilitarianism __________ the existence of God.
A. is inconsistent with
C. follows from
D. is consistent with
Mill claims that secondary moral principles
A. have no exceptions.
B. sometimes conflict.
C. are of use only to the feeble minded.
D. all of the above
Mill claims that the corollaries of the principle of utility
A. are unknowable.
B. admit of no improvement.
C. are of no practical use.
D. admit of indefinite improvement.
On Mill's view, whose happiness is relevant for determining right conduct?
A. only the agent's own happiness
B. only the agent's own happiness and the happiness of the agent's loved ones
C. only the happiness of those who deserve to be happy
D. the happiness of all concerned
1) Option D is the correct answer.
Because it is morally irrelevant and not any of the above.
2) Option D is the correct answer.
Is consistent with
Because God is every where in consistent form.
3) Option B is the correct answer.
It is like those who are in issues sometimes leads to it.
4) Option D is the correct answer.
admit of indefinite improvement.
5) Option D is the correct answer
The happiness of all concerned
Because. Happiness is relevant for correct behaviour of person
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