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Nonconsequentialists like ross believe that

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Jennifer Patterson on December 27, 2018

Nonconsequentialists believe that the moral value of an action is not determined by the consequences that the action produces. In its place, the goodness or badness must be inherent in the action, in and of itself; or, in Ross's case, the good or the evil prima facie. However, the essential tasks of the nonconsequentialist view of the world can be classified and prioritized, as long as the justification of a classification does not, in itself, the appeal to the consequences that those actions produce.

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