Weegy: ?Deontology? is commonly used in moral philosophy
to refer to nonconsequentialist moral conceptions.
The most distinctive feature of deontological
moral conceptions is that they define fundamental
principles of right and justice in terms other [ than
taking the most effective means to promote maximum
good. ] User: Deontology argues that correct moral rules are necessary, unimportant, confusing, or based on emotion? Weegy: Necessary. ... (More)