Faulkner and McCullers
Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill once had an idea to take something as complicated as ethics and apply a Hedonistic calculus as their method to determine right from wrong. They would ultimately base this determination on a measured degree of pleasure versus pain received from any action. Though a complicated theory, the simple matter that it rested on a complex series of formulas and calculations to determine the greatest good, proved
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