A. Desirability, Welfare, and Desire
II. A general argument for utilitarianism:
A. Argument from the moral point of view as a perspective of equal care or benevolent concern for each individual.
B. Argument from the moral point of view as a persepective of equal respect for each individual.
IV. Mill’s Greatest Happiness Principle.
V. Act Utilitarianism
Act utilitarianism (AU): An act is right if, of those acts available in the circumstances, it would produce the greatest total net good (happiness).
VI. General Objections