Essay heading: J.S. Mills: Morality

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Mill's explains how this concept stems from the debate over the following of unjust laws. Some argue that when a law is inexpedient it is unjust, since all laws impose some restriction on the natural liberty of mankind, and thus may be "blamelessly disobeyed". From this Mill's concluded that it must be universally admitted that there are unjust laws, and thus law can not be the criterion for what is just...
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Mills used his higher reason to discuss justice. An interesting relationship he developed was between justice and moral right. According to Mills, there are five universal actions that are just or unjust. Within these five he defines the "moral right". Therefore the relationship between justice and moral right, according to Mills, is contained within his explanation of the universal aspects of justice and is linked by the concept of expediency...
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