Criticism

Utilitarianism ‘On Liberty’ John Stuart Mill

‘On Liberty’¬†Utilitarianism ‘On Liberty’, The canonical statement of Mill’s utilitarianism can be found in Utilitarianism. This philosophy has a long tradition, although Mill’s account is primarily influenced by Jeremy Bentham and Mill’s father James Mill. Mill’s famous formulation of utilitarianism is known as the “greatest-happiness principle”. It holds that one must always act so as …

The Republic Book X

Summary Socrates has already completed the main argument of the Republic, establishing justice and has proven to be valid. He turns to the question of poetry leads humans. Surprising move, banished poets from the city. He has three reasons to believe that poets unhealthy and dangerous. First, pretend to know all sorts of things, but …