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Bernard Williams, "Utilitarianism and Integrity"

  1. According to Williams, what does utilitarianism fail to account for?
      a. The rights of the agent
      b. The commitments of the agent
      c. The decisions of the agent
      d. The happiness of the agent
  2. In Williams' case involving George, what does Williams think George should do if he is a utilitarian?
      a. Reject the job
      b. Take the job
      c. Ask for a raise
      d. Consult with his supervisors
  3. Which of the following best captures what Williams means when he says that utilitarianism fails to consider the value of integrity?
      a. The theory fails to consider the fact that an agent's actions must match the agent's words.
      b. The theory fails to consider the fact that an agent's own projects should be given special weight.
      c. The theory fails to consider the fact that there is a distinction between the actions of humans and those of non-human animals.
      d. The theory fails to consider the fact that an agent has a right to stand up for what he believes in.
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