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More important theoretically, the result of doing so would be an odd patchwork of happy and unhappy people that would belie utilitarianism's egalitarian pretensions. 13 (ii) Indirect Utilitarianism Some utilitarians are not discomfited by the preceding argument. Welfare maximization, they contend, might require that a community enshrine in its laws or engender in its citizens principles that conflict with the axiom that welfare maximization is the sole or even an important aim of individual or social action.
Suppose, further, that counterutilitarian preferences, such as preferences for compensation according to effort or output or the disagreeableness of one's work, warrant no consideration. In that case, the optimal utilitarian distribution of labor, leisure, and money would be one that consigned society's more productive members to lives of greater exertion, less leisure, and less money than those who labored less efficiently. 19 One cannot pretend that this outcome is just. Those who choose to work harder and longer surely deserve to keep at least some of the fruits of their additional efforts.
What preferences would one have to ignore? A mother's preference that her sick child be treated before a stranger's child would of course warrant no consideration, just as somebody's wish 31 that members of a certain church, ethnic group, or political party be favored would count for naught. But the rot is far more widespread than these examples suggest. Many ostensibly personal preferences are tainted as well. The satisfaction someone receives, for instance, when he believes he has got what he deserved, and the indignation he feels when he believes an injustice has been perpetrated, would carry no weight in the formulation of social policy if these beliefs were mistaken on utilitarian assumptions, because his pains and pleasures would then flow from external preferences that cannot be counted if the injustices described above are to be avoided.