I've read wikipedia's article on pragmatic ethics and it does not produce any norms. Rather, it is only a template for normative ethical theories, like how deontology is a template and CI is a real normative theory. This makes me wonder if anyone has developed a normative theory that belongs to pragmatic ethics? Maybe, based on game theories, accepting humaninty is divided in groups of different interests, etc. If there are such theories (which do not completely belong to any other groups like deontology, virtue ethics, etc.), what are the most notable of them?