One of the appealing elements of cultural relativism is that it
appears to foster tolerance and cultural
Utilitarians, such as Mill and Bentham, make the compelling
assertion that moral codes and conceptions stem from the man’s
nature as rational creatures.
For the utilitarian ethical legislator, actions, in and of
themselves, are inherently of moral worth or value.
Mill's approach to utilitarianism, as opposed to Bentham's, is
one in which he asserts that morality is about achieving a
higher-condition of 'happiness' or 'well-being' for members of the