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Why Utilitarianism is Useless

The Moral System Without Morals

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Utilitarianism: “the doctrine that actions are right if they are useful or for the benefit of a majority” (Oxford Languages).

Two utilitarian philosophers walk into a bar:

What is useful?

Many things are useful.




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Tyler Piteo-Tarpy

Tyler Piteo-Tarpy

Essayist, poet, screenwriter, and comer upper of weird ideas. My main focus will be on politics and philosophy but when I get bored, I’ll write something else.

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