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The __________ approach to moral development consists of identifying different ways one can behave in situations that will benefit oneself without harming others. A. virtue B. rights C. neo-Kohlbergian D. utilitarian
The utilitarian approach to moral development consists of identifying different ways one can behave in situations that will benefit oneself without harming others.
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The utilitarian approach to moral development consists of identifying different ways one can behave in situations that will benefit oneself without harming others.
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