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The greatest good for the greatest number

If we accept the premise that resources available to meet the costs of health care are finite, and that continuing to increase dollars allocated for health care carries costs for the nation and society, discuss your position on "As national policy, should we allocate a set level of resources and apply them to achieving the greatest good for the greatest number."

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The greatest good for the greatest number.

If we accept the premise that resources available to meet the costs of health care are finite, and that continuing to increase dollars allocated for health care carries costs for the nation and society, discuss your position on "As national policy, should we allocate a set level of resources and apply them to achieving the greatest good for the greatest number".
Simply, no.

First of all, this is logical fallacy called Argumentum ad Populum or Appeal to the Majority. In philosophy, this argument is called ...

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