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2 The modern theory of utility includes a construction, which ensures that the value of any gamble is simply its expected utility, and a natural extension of this construction supports a utilitarian sum-ranking approach to the evaluation of policies. By a careful deﬁnition of functions of individual utilities, sets of which deﬁne the components on which a social aggregation rule operates, we can hold on to a utilitarian-type sum-ranking rule and also defend it against many standard objections. 3 To give a historical perspective, utilitarianism came into prominence in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, especially in England.
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