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Though both emphasize consequences, utilitarian differs from ethical egoism in that: (Points : 5) A Utilitarianism emphasizes consequences for all people affected. B Egoism emphasizes happiness, whereas utilitarianism emphasizes welfare. C Egoism defines happiness as pleasure, whereas utilitarianism does not. D Utilitarianism places primary importance on consequences for the acting agent.
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Though both emphasize consequences, utilitarian differs from ethical egoism in that a Utilitarianism emphasizes consequences for all people affected.
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Though both emphasize consequences, utilitarian differs from ethical egoism in that a Utilitarianism emphasizes consequences for all people affected.
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