Q: Why are empiricists more likely to be Utilitarian in ethics? How does this carry over to their approach to justice?
A: "Empiricists are more likely to be Utilitarian in ethics because of how they see things. Empiricists debate about where knowledge comes from, reason or senses and since this is the same constant debate that is had it keeps them the same. This carries over to their approach on justice because they debate about the justice system and whether or not it is right and fair."
This is the kind of thing that makes me glad to be done.