Like Shaftesbury, Francis Hutcheson was very much interested invirtue evaluation. He also adopted the moral senseapproach. However, in his writings we also see an emphasison action choice and the importance of moral deliberation to actionchoice. Hutcheson, in An Inquiry Concerning Moral Good andEvil, fairly explicitly spelled out a utilitarian principle ofaction choice. (Joachim Hruschka (1991) notes, however, that it wasLeibniz who first spelled out a utilitarian decision procedure.)


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