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Or does he remove the Hedonic calculus to be replaced with Higher and Lower pleasures
But also goes on to be linked with Rule Utilitarianism.
Remember that Teleological theories say that rules must be kept to achieve the outcome whereas deontological theory's state that the action can be justified as long as the outcome is achieved.
Mill's theory was Deontological and Bentham's was Teleological.
There as an example we were told about a woman being raped by 3 guards this could be justified using Bentham's theory of the greatest good for the greatest number and is an easy to remember example of where this theory fails. It's not nice but easy to remember.
This should help but don't take it as blind truth as it's been a year since I did RS!
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Teleological is the consequences. A posteriori