In each and every determination of morality, the scenario of public utility can be viewed principles and wherever there is rise of dispute, either in common life or philosophy, the question cannot resolved with increased certainty. This is in concern with the bounds of duty. This question is less certain than the ascertainment of being truly interested in mankind (Mill 23). In case of any specific false opinion, embracing out of appearances tend to be prevailing as sounder reasoning and farther experience are provided with just notions. In human affairs, there is retraction of first sentiment and adjustment in the boundaries of moral evil and good. During the choice of majority of the moral actions, virtue appears to be proportionate to the number of individuals happy from a specific action (Mill 113). From the same perspective, moral vice or evil is proportionately related to the number of individuals suffering from the same. The best action can be identified as the one procuring increased happiness in increased numbers. The worst case scenario is the one in which major misery has been caused.