For Jeremy Bentham, Utilitarianism is based on the principle of utility and of function where every thing shall be geared towards maximum satisfaction (Driver 42). Fundamentally, pleasure is the end and the means all of things that humans consume (Mill). For the two philosophers, it is undeniable that the goal of things must be for maximum utility, where it serves the interests of people, particularly, happiness.
Pleasure is the common point where the two meet. There is nothing wrong about doing something as long as it guarantees the happiness of a person. To a certain extent, utilitarianism can be considered...