Ok I really should be writing this philosophy paper right now but while I was writing it I got curious as to what other people thought about this so I thought I would ask on here.
So pretty much my question is in terms of morality which philosophical view point do you agree with; Utilitarianism or Kantian deontology? I'm mostly focusing on these two because they pretty much are the 2 largest moral theories and are very opposite of each other.
So crash course if you don't know what each are.
Pretty much the idea that what is morally right will be the decision that will benefit the greater amount of people.
This is the idea that you should only do an act if it can become a universal law. So pretty much it's like imagining that if everyone else started doing what I'm doing then it would be ok.
Hopefully that makes sense?