Examples Of Utilitarianism

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Utilitarianism is the theory which purports its essential goal the achievement of conceivable greatest happines of entire community. This purpose is to be attained in a manner which search for reasons increase a satisfactions of each specific person in community, after that, collect and summarize all different needs and inclinations, lastly discover how to fulfill a satisfaction of the most of people. This policy is such a thing that increase the satisfaction or happines of the most of people, or such a thing that decrease happines of the lowest number of people, is the special case which is more right than wrong to select. Utilitarianism demonstrate interest for equal redistribution of resources when this redistribution has an effect on fulfillment…show more content…
Utilitarianists accept the policy in this way, so this is a fact that one good will not be esteemed to someone who if he or she has more of it, than to somebody who has a less amount of that good. For example, additional money means significantly less to person who has much money than person who has less money. In this way, it means that loosing of satisfaction for rich people means less than the increasing of satisfaction of beggars, when the goods are distributed in equal way. For this reason, a distribution of goods boosts the whole satisfaction and happiness in people. In despite of that, utilitarianism does not protect this kind of rigid equal society, therefore, there will be negatively impact for a motivation of the solid people, workers and the general happines of whole people. Finding the middle point among reasonable elements that indicate to the rigid equal society and those that oppose it is considered as a principal…show more content…
Intrinsically, this theory does not perceive other purposes or obligations to deliver more resource or salary to people that need most of resources and to the people that deserve most of resources. Utilitarianist especially pay attention for doing best things that create happines in whole society. However, utilitarianism largely prefer a specific distributive action. For example, they give priority to decrease wealth of rich people for delivering it to the poor people - distribution of goods or resource. Furthermore, in companies, utilitariansts can prefer to take away the salary of board of directors for expanding salary of permanent workers of the company. The reason why utilitarianists prefer in this way is related to fact that is called diminishing and distribution marginalu tility. Suppose that you can use 100 dollars for gift or can use to benefit more good by delivering that sum. Imagine, when you leave the home, you observed and gave intentionally that money to your billionaire friend. However, when you are walking at the end of your street, you observe the family who is poor enough and living at devastated home. Suppose, in this situation, there is one question, 100 dollars will benefit more good at the poor family or at your billionaire friend. Of course, the money you want to deliver will benefit more good at the hands of poor
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