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Consequentialism: Response to Actions

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Consequentialism is “the belief that the morality of an action is to be judged solely by its consequences” (Oxford Dictionary, p. 2,355 more words

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In chapter 6 of George Eliot’s Silas Marner, a conversation in the tavern takes a strange turn, and one not particularly relevant to the plot, though of great thematic significance: 1,399 more words

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notes on beyond the pleasure principle, from july 2

Outer layers buffer stimuli exciting Pcpt. Cs. Events encrust on the surface of the organism. Not only in its lifetime, but also on evolutionary timescales. 563 more words