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    What does the phrase "Utilitarian morality places no value on observing rules" mean and how would you use utilitarian morality in today's business world?

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    This is somewhat of a crude quote but it really means that if it benefits the most number of people, it doesn't really matter what the rules or moral values are, as long as the job is done and we're benefiting all the individuals possible. Utilitarianism as a whole doesn't necessarily have to be moral or abide by any rules, it merely has to be benefit more people than any other way of doing things can. This ...

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    The solution helps one understand utilitarian morality.