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Although and utilitarianism
Although utilitarianism inspired wide-ranging reforms, it became primarily a justification for laissez-faire economics.
Although utilitarianism is usually thought to start with Jeremy Bentham there were earlier writers who presented theories that were strikingly similar.
It has been claimed that Paley was not a very original thinker and that the philosophical part of his treatise on ethics is “ an assemblage of ideas developed by others and is presented to be learned by students rather than debated by colleagues .” Nevertheless, his book The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy ( 1785 ) was a required text at Cambridge and Smith says that Paley ’ s writings were “ once as well known in American colleges as were the readers and spellers of William McGuffey and Noah Webster in the elementary schools .” Although now largely missing from the philosophical canon, Schneewind writes that " utilitarianism first became widely known in England through the work of William Paley.
Although Kant may claim utilitarianism is not sufficient, he also admits in this work at the end that his own foundations are lacking as well.
Although some Enlightenment philosophers ( e. g. Hume ) continued to emphasize the virtues, with the ascendancy of utilitarianism and deontology, virtue theory moved to the margins of Western philosophy.
Although Singer rejects rights as a moral ideal independent from his utilitarianism based on interests, he accepts rights as derived from utilitarian principles, particularly the principle of minimising suffering.
Although his moral system shares similarities to deontology, rule utilitarianism, and contractarianism, Gert does not ally himself with any of those positions.

Although and prompted
Although polls just a week before the election gave Arias a comfortable lead of at least 12 % ( and up to 20 %), preliminary election results gave him only a. 4 % lead over rival Ottón Solís and prompted a manual recount of all ballots.
Although the revolt was quickly suppressed, exaggerated reports of disaster prompted Mucianus to depart the capital with reinforcements of his own.
Although he was unsure what prompted the invitation to EU officials, he said Uzbekistan is trying to overcome its isolation.
Although it was the popularity of the Oldsmobile division vehicles that prompted this change, declining sales of V8 engines would have made this change inevitable as all but the Chevrolet version of the 350-cubic-inch engine were eventually dropped.
Although he completed the remainder of his education at Collège Charlemagne ( alumni include Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve ), Gautier's most significant instruction came from his father, who prompted him to become a Latin scholar by age 18.
) Although Brunschvicg tried to classify the posthumous fragments according to themes, recent research has prompted Sellier to choose entirely different classifications, as Pascal often examined the same event or example through many different lenses.
Although Toledo originally promised tax cuts, violent protests by civil servants prompted the increase in social sector spending that Toledo had also promised, which necessitated tax increases.
Although the federal government did not recognize Walker's election, the political activity prompted the federal government to pass the Kansas-Nebraska Act to organize Kansas and Nebraska territories.
Although on her return to Vienna in August 1862, a lady-in-waiting reported that “ she eats properly, sleeps well, and does not tight-lace anymore ”, her clothing from this time until her death still measured only 18 1 / 2 – 19 1 / 2 inches around the waist, which prompted the Prince of Hesse to describe her as “ almost inhumanly slender .” She developed a horror of fat women and transmitted this attitude to her youngest daughter, who was terrified when, as a little girl, she first met Queen Victoria.
Although destroyed, it also contained an early temple built by Amenhotep IV ( Akhenaten ), the pharaoh who later would celebrate a near monotheistic religion he established that prompted him to move his court and religious center away from Thebes.
Although Titokowaru's forces were numerically small and initially outnumbered in battle 12 to one by government troops, the ferocity of their attacks provoked fear among settlers and prompted the resignation and desertion of many militia volunteers, ultimately leading to the withdrawal of most government military forces from South Taranaki and giving Titokowaru control of almost all territory between New Plymouth and Wanganui.
Although confident that the brigade box could be held, the inability of the 50th ( Northumbrian ) Infantry Division to make significant progress towards relieving the position prompted the decision to recall the Brigade group and straighten the front line.
Although response to the affair was perhaps less vigorous than the magazine's publishers might have hoped for, given that the article was, in essence, a publicity stunt, the article written about her new " It Girl " status prompted calls from studios and talent scouts eager to offer her scripts.
Although his condolences were accounted for, rank-appropriate, during Communist elder Bo Yibo's funeral, his absence prompted speculation that Huang's critical condition was preventing him from carrying out his official duties.
This series prompted two further one-man TV shows: John Sessions ' Tall Tales ( 1991 ) and John Sessions ' Likely Stories ( 1994 ) Although billed as ' improvisation, these were increasingly pre-planned.
Although Titokowaru's forces were numerically small and initially outnumbered in battle 12 to one by government troops, the ferocity of their attacks provoked fear among settlers and prompted the resignation and desertion of many militia volunteers, ultimately leading to the withdrawal of most government military forces from South Taranaki and giving Titokowaru control of almost all territory between New Plymouth and Wanganui.
Although it continued their string of top ten albums in the UK, the declining performance of its singles prompted both Ure and Cross to leave the band.
Although the work was focused on COBOL, the idea of a host-language independent database was starting to emerge, prompted by IBM's advocacy of PL / I as a COBOL replacement.
" He sleeps with many of the interns and extras on shows on which he works ( Although he was prepared to decline an offer to have sex with a casting agent because he wanted to be cast for his acting skills rather than his sexual performance ; his integrity prompted the agent to give him a bigger part than the one he originally auditioned for, but he still slept with her to get it ).
Although the book has prompted debate over many of McCloud ’ s conclusions, its discussions of “ iconic ” art and the concept of “ closure ” between panels have become common reference points in discussions of the medium.
Although originally signed as a midfielder, his ability soon prompted manager Bill Shankly to employ Keegan upfront as a partner for John Toshack.
Although fractional sized student violins were available when Suzuki began to teach, the success and popularity of his idea that pre-school aged children could also learn to play prompted violinmakers to scale violins down to even smaller sizes than before.
Although Harry prompted the discussion with Edna about resolving the issue of staying at their friends ’ house, it is implied that Edna made the decision and that Harry just delivered the message.
Although at that time there was an American science society ( American Association for the Advancement of Science ), the growth of chemistry prompted those assembled, including William H. Nichols, under the direction of Professor Charles F. Chandler of the Columbia School of Mines, to found the American Chemical Society, which would focus more directly on theoretical and applied chemistry.

Although and legislative
Although most legislation is initiated by the executive branch, the Bundestag considers the legislative function its most important responsibility, concentrating much of its energy on assessing and amending the government's legislative program.
Although presidential and legislative elections were scheduled repeatedly over the next two years, they never took place.
Although the European Parliament has legislative power that the Council and Commission do not possess, it does not formally possess legislative initiative, as most national parliaments of European Union member states do.
Although legislative votes are recorded and are available to the American public, legislators can exchange their votes on issues they do not care much about for votes on other issues that are more important to their personal agendas ( Holcombe 2006 ).
Although the Lords are still involved in the legislative process and the Prime Minister must still guide legislation through both Houses, the Lords no longer have the power to veto or even delay enactment of legislation passed by the Commons.
Although the struggle between executive and legislative branches was partially resolved by the new constitution, the two branches continued to represent fundamentally opposing visions of Russia's future.
Although Norway was in a legislative union with Sweden, it was a sovereign state, and needed educated people to run it.
Although the Constitution provides for legislative, executive, judicial, and pro-curatorial powers, they are all still subject to Communist Party leadership.
Although the statutes did not explicitly limit the definition of marriage to male-female pairs, the court held that both the common dictionary definition of marriage, in addition to the legislative intent ( the relevant statutes were enacted in 1945 ) favored the interpretation of marriage as a union between a man and a woman.
Although divorced from the U. S. Constitutional limitation, Canada has recognized that considerations of judicial economy and comity with the legislative and executive branch may justify a decision to dismiss an allegedly moot case, as deciding hypothetical controversies is tantamount to legislating.
Although the 4R Act established these guidelines, the ICC at first did not give much effect to its legislative mandates.
Although the principal or corpus of the Fund is constitutionally protected, income earned by the Fund, like nearly all State income, is constitutionally defined as general fund money ( subject to legislative appropriation for any purpose ... but, in practical political terms, the public tolerates spending Fund income mostly only for ' inflation-proofing ' and for paying dividends ).
Although Canada is a federal state, a large portion of its land mass in the North is under the legislative jurisdiction of the federal government.
Although there have been many changes since the Cabinet committee system was first developed in the early twentieth century, the committees for foreign and military policy, domestic policy, economic policy, and the government's legislative agenda have been more or less permanent fixtures.
Although the Prime Minister, by convention, serves as a member of the House of Representatives, other ministers may come from either house, and the two houses have almost equal legislative power.
Although this rejection has been attributed to both political and religious differences, this Ohio legislature was much more restrictive in issuing bank charters than the previous legislative body.
Although the Storting has always been unicameral, until 2009 it would divide itself into two departments in legislative matters.
Although the electoral results from his district were bright spots in what was otherwise a disappointing election for the Ľudáks, the party did not reward him with a legislative seat.
Although it was a legislative assembly, it took over the executive power, entrusting it to its own members.
Although Abdullah established a legislative council in 1928 its role remained advisory leaving him to rule as an autocrat.
Although living in Paris and away from legislative governing of Albania, Essad Pasha claimed to still be the ruler of the state and attempted to represent Albania in the Paris Peace Conference.
Although the Irish Parliament was composed exclusively of representatives of the minority Protestant community in Ireland, it did show sparks of independence, most notably the achievement of full legislative independence in 1782, where all the restrictions previously surrounding the parliament in College Green, notably Poynings ' Law were repealed.

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