Consequentializing Moral Theories*

  • DOUGLAS W. PORTMORE
  • Published 2006

Abstract

BROADLY CONSTRUED, maximizing act-consequentialism (hereafter simply ‘consequentialism’) is the view that all acts are permissible or impermissible solely in virtue of how their outcomes rank relative to those of the available alternatives on some transitive, evaluative ordering of outcomes such that an act is permissible if and only if no available… (More)

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@inproceedings{PORTMORE2006ConsequentializingMT, title={Consequentializing Moral Theories*}, author={DOUGLAS W. PORTMORE}, year={2006} }