Difference Between Act Utilitarianism

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Act Utilitarianism is an assumption that actions are morally correct when it can produce a high amount of good for a vast number of people. Also, act utilitarianism believes rules can be broken if good can come from it. Rule Utilitarianism is the idea that moral correctness of actions depends on how correct the rules are that would permit it to accomplish an immense amount of good. So the difference between the two would be Rule Utilitarianism, is established on rules/regulations and following the rules/regulations, even if it does not produce the highest amount of gratification and act utilitarianism basically is picking the action that will conclude with the best outcome/consequences. Terrorism in a philosophical way from a consequentialist

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