A Moral Conflict
Thirdly, limiting the accountability of a willful polluter does not serve a utilitarian or deontological purpose since this action causes a greater harm to the society by exposing them to all kinds of airborne disease.
Finally using the legal process to aid monopolists wear down their competitors would be a difficult thing to do since doing this hurts other people who have to rely on their little shops for survival and also monopolists hurt the whole economy with their high prices. On the other hand this could be seen as utilitarian since monopolists make available, a massive production for the most people and also many monopolists like Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie were philanthropists who provided the poor and the needy with massive financial aid.
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