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It's a bit of a leap to go from "the private sector is necessary condition for flourishing" to 'laissez faire capitalism maximizes flourishing,' but yes, deontological and consequentialist ethics are quite silly indeed. Aristotle FTW

Harrison Searles

Of course. However, no one is calling for simply equivocating the two. (And if someone is, let's not take that person too seriously.)

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