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According to utilitarianism, the morally right action will sometimes be a “terrible” action that results in negative consequences. In some cases, it may be morally right to lie, cheat, steal, and kill depending on the consequences according to this principle.
It can be observed that action that is regarded as morally right may have negative consequences though it may benefit the majority of the people involved. Actions that are detrimental to other people should never be condoned though they are beneficial to the majority of people. Ethical principles that try to distinguish between something that is bad from right should always be upheld regardless of the fact that bad action can yield benefits to other people. It should always be noted that something wrong will remain wrong no matter how beneficial it may be to other people who may be involved in such a scenario. ...
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