Negative Utilitarianism

The term ‘negative utilitarianism’ had been introduced by R. Ninian Smart throughout 1958 in his reply to Karl Popper’s The Open Society and Enemies. Negative Utilitarianism is a version of the particular ethical theory utilitarianism. Just like other versions connected with utilitarianism, negative utilitarianism keeps that moral proper and wrong rely only on penalties for well-being. There are many kinds of adverse utilitarianism. Negative utilitarianisms may vary by how much weight they furnish to disutility.