Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International (1994)

Björn Eriksson
Stockholm University
Various versions of the objection to utilitarianism that it is too demanding are discussed and rejected. It is argued that a scalar version of utilitarianism that makes wrongness a matter of degree further improves the prospects for utilitarianism to escape the demandingness-objection.
Keywords Consequentialism (Ethics  Scalar utilitarianism  Demandingness
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