– Teleogy- suggests actions are morally acceptable if they result in self advancement or greater utility compared to its alternative. It comprises of two ethical perspectives:
– Egoism- describes actions deemed acceptable if they exploit an individual’s self-interest. Conflict is anticipated if an action is bound to benefit one individual despite the fact that there is a chance that the action may result into hurting people in the future and a different minded individual learns of the possible result.
– Utilitarianism- actions are acceptable if they exploit maximum utility or benefit large numbers of people. Conflict is anticipated