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Utilitarians evaluate the morality of an act by examining the (Points : 1) consequences of the act. the person carrying out the act. the feelings of the person carrying out the
act. the amount of pain generated by the act.
Utilitarians evaluate the morality of an act by examining the consequences of the act.
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User: Utilitarians evaluate the morality of an act by examining the (Points : 1) consequences of the act. the person carrying out the act. the feelings of the person carrying out the act. the amount of pain generated by the act.

Weegy: Utilitarians evaluate the morality of an act by examining the consequences of the act.
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User: The Golden Mean is best captured by which of these slogans? (Points : 1) Nothing in excess Death before dishonor Everything in excess Greed is good

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Asked 3/30/2012 7:42:16 PM
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The Golden Mean is best captured by the slogan Nothing in excess.

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