#AtoZAprilChallenge: Utilitarian

 "Utilitarianism is a theory in normative ethics holding that the proper course of action is the one that maximizes utility, usually defined as maximizing happiness and reducing suffering. Classic utilitarianism's two most influential contributors are Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill." (English Wikipedia) From Williams’ Keywords: “Utilitarian has one complication: that it is a description of a particular philosophical system, which in … Continue reading #AtoZAprilChallenge: Utilitarian

#AtoZAprilChallenge: Organic

 The term Organic may refer to an organism, or living entity, or to an organ. Wikipedia lists Organic references in: Chemistry (carbon-based chemistry, chemistry of carbon-based compounds), Agriculture and Farming (organic agriculture “conducted according to certain standards, especially the use of methods of fertilisation and pest control”, organic horticulture, organic food), Computing (organic computer built … Continue reading #AtoZAprilChallenge: Organic