Guairacá 36 (2):5-33 (2020)

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In the first part of our work, we aim to show as clearly as possible some theoretical aspects of the consequentialist theories. First of all, we will start to discuss how we can define what consequentialism is. After that, we will expose the values theory that we can operate with the consequentialist view it assumes two general forms: non-welfarist theory and welfarist theory. Lastly, we will aim to consider the variations of consequentialism. We will consider how we have to evaluate the consequences, that is, whether consequentialism has to evaluate the consequences of the acts or the rules consequences and how we can understand such evaluations.
Keywords : Consequentialism   Welfarism, Act-Consequentialism   Rule-Consequentialism
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