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Business Law and Ethics Answer on Utilitarianism

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Business Law and Ethics questions and answers on Justice. Talks about Utilitarianism.

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Ethics Philosophy Economy Social inequality Distribution of wealth Political philosophy Economic globalization Economic inequality Libertarian theory Taxation in the United States Justice John Rawls Robert Nozick
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Ethics Philosophy Economy Social inequality Distribution of wealth Political philosophy Economic globalization Economic inequality Libertarian theory Taxation in the United States Justice John Rawls Robert Nozick
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As is the case when determining whether an action is moral (week two), determining whether a particular system is just involves assessing whether or not it generates the most happiness. In the case of Gravity Payments, Dan Price describes some research on happiness as being a motivating factor for the decision to raise the minimum salary to $70,000. This research suggests that the intensity and frequency of aspects of our emotional wellbeing that relate to experiencing pleasure (or happiness) in one’s life increase as one’s earnings approach $75,000 per annum. Further earnings contribute to other pleasures that are not directly associated with one’s emotional wellbeing. If this research is correct, then it appears that maintaining a minim...
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