Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal by Zach Weinersmith for September 10, 2016
The natural outcome of utilitarian ethics is that we should be as judgmental of other people as possible. How do you figure? When you judge other people in your mind, you feel better but they don't feel worse. Thus, additional silent judgment is always a net positive to total happiness. Therefore, any proper utilitarian system should favor deep-seated loathing of other people's tastes and habits hidden beneath an opaque cloak of civility. I dunno... What sort of people would want to live in such a system? Do you know that utilitarianism was invented in Britain? Whoooaaa.