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1. Though both emphasize consequences, utilitarianism differs from ethical egoism in that:
A. utilitarianism emphasizes consequences for all people affected.

B. egoism emphasizes happiness, whereas utilitarianism emphasizes welfare.

C. egoism defines happiness as pleasure, whereas utilitarianism does not.

D. utilitarianism places primary importance on consequences for the acting agent.


is it D


2. In contrast to Bentham, John Stuart Mill argued that happiness or pleasure should be understood:
A. quantitatively.

B. qualitatively.

C. as the same for all people.

D. as the absence of pain only.


is it B

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  1. Just took this test. Question #1 is NOT D... I got that wrong on test, but it does not give me the right answer. Your answer to Question #2 is right.

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