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3/17/2014 2:30:28 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
Morality is both deontological and consequential. When a consequentially moral act is deontologically immoral, the act becomes immoral; likewise when a deontologically moral act is consequentially immoral, the act becomes immoral. The most ethical deontological act is the one in which egoistic consequences are equal to the altruistic consequences. Deontologically altruistic acts become Consequentially egoistic in the long run, so Deontological Altruism can be seen as a Consequentially Egoistic investment.
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