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PHIL P 120 - According to Mill, which of these is true

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According to Mill, which of these is true regarding "rules of conduct"?

a. Rules of conduct are only useful when they tend to promote happiness

b. All rules of conduct are subject to revision, improvement, and exceptions

c. Rules of conduct are drawn exclusively from experience

d. All of the above

e. None of the above


Which of these claims is true, according to Mill?

a. The morality of an act depends entirely upon the motive of the person doing it

b. The morality of an act depends entirely upon the intent of the person doing it

c. The morality of an act depends upon the motive and intent of the person doing it

d. All of the above

e. None of the above


Which of these claims best expresses a utilitarian analysis of selfishness?

a. One cannot be a good utilitarian and act selfishly

b. One can be a good utilitarian and act selfishly

c. People seldom act selfishly

d. All of the above

e. None of the above

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