Everything is meant to be utilitarian and efficient, at the expense of relaxation or comfort.
Why is such an apparently humane man not more strongly condemning a utilitarian initiative straight out of Victorian England?
The available options were utilitarian and only came in a few colors.
Let him turn toward that part of his nature and leave the sterile precincts of utilitarian social and legal theory behind.
With "Jim and the Indians," as the above scenario is known, the utilitarian calculus is clear: save 19 lives.
But no claim of this description is made for the virtuous man by the utilitarian doctrine.
It was evident that Captain Candage reflected the utilitarian view of Maquoit.
Whoever looks upon the map with a utilitarian eye sees at the confluence of these great rivers a favorable point for a great city.
Prawling—if he will allow us the familiarity—is not a utilitarian.
Indeed, if one looks through all nature, one will find the philosophy of tails eminently simple and utilitarian.