»Explain why Mill distinguishes between higher and lower pleasures and assess whether he achieves his aim or not.«

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Philosophy

 

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Marian V

 

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February 3, 2015

 

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In his opinion, neither the idea of a natural moral faculty nor the idea of intuitionism can help to solve the problem. Most of the people who have tried to solve it, however, have been influenced ?tacitly' by the greatest-happiness principle, the author argues. At the end of chapter 1 Mill conveys the ?plan of his essay': an account of and considerations in favor of Utilitarianism, equivalent to a proof, although a direct proof can never be given of any end...
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In his opinion, neither the idea of a natural moral faculty nor the idea of intuitionism can help to solve the problem. Most of the people who have tried to solve it, however, have been influenced ?tacitly' by the greatest-happiness principle, the author argues. At the end of chapter 1 Mill conveys the ?plan of his essay': an account of and considerations in favor of Utilitarianism, equivalent to a proof, although a direct proof can never be given of any end...
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