Is Utilitarianism the best form of government for humanity?
My EPQ project essay. 8987 words long and is fully referenced.
Looks into whether or not Utilitarianism would work in todays society, with reference to Bentham and Mill, as well as Henry Sidgwick. Also looks into the alternatives to Utilitarianism and government itself, including anarchism and dictatoriship. Includes indepth research on Jown Rawls, Sartre, Aristotle, Plato, Hobbes and more.
This is a really excellent essay for anyone who wants to take their A level learning to the next step, or for anyone who is just interested in ethics and philosophy being applied to modern day society.
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