Mills

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Philosophy

 

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Jeremy D

 

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October 30, 2014

 

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2) Add up, somehow, those levels of happiness experienced in each case. 3) And lastly, compare the results. The one that leads to the most amount of total happiness is the "right" one. When discussing utility in his book titled Utilitarianism written in 1863, Mill states: "Right and wrong, as well as truth and falsehood, are questions of observation and experience?morality must be deduced from principles...
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What we determine to be right or wrong comes from how we were brought up. Mill also states, "moral feelings are not innate, but acquired." For example, I was raised in a family that believed that to go to church as many Sundays as possible was very important. However, to another person this could be less crucial if their parents raised them as, say, atheists...
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