Supose i decide to fail one student because other students would be much happier if he failed. This utilitarian decision would conflict with?

A. Cultural relativism

B. Consequentialism

C. Commonsense views about well being

D. Commonsense views about right and wrong

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  • 5 days ago

    the answer is "E." Social justice warrior parents will publicly shame you.

  • Anonymous
    1 week ago

    It looks like you're to soon be a failed student for not doing your studies and cheating on your schoolwork. 

  • j153e
    Lv 7
    1 week ago

    If the to-be-failed student were a Republican, and the other students Socialists, and all were seeking grades for law school admission, Cultural relativism works.

    Likewise, if Robert Bork is denied a seat on the Supremes, because his pro-life arguments are too brilliant, Consequentialism works.

    If Jews in the 1930s are simply bad actors in German society, Commonsense views about well-being works.  ("Lock them up.")

    And if all the students are Kantian Golden Rule Categorialists, then the Categorical Imperative tends to be the best real-class (oxymoron?) answer; however, if the Kantians are all (or maybe all but one, Isaac) National Socialists, then it is commonsense to fail the one Jew in the class; cf the historical example of Edmund Husserl, dismissed ("failed") in the 1930s from class (teaching) for being (somewhat) Jewish.

    Imho, the question is too clever by half.

  • martin
    Lv 7
    1 week ago

    D. views on right or wrong

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