Is it as much of a mistake to define ‘right action’ as to define ‘good consequence’? (15 Marks)

The above statement captures the essence of consequentialist and deontological approaches. Consequentialism talks of a good consequence regardless of whether the action was right or wrong. It says ends justify means.  Deontological view talks of the right action regardless of the end consequence. Meaning, the end is not important, it’s more important to follow the … Continue reading Is it as much of a mistake to define ‘right action’ as to define ‘good consequence’? (15 Marks)