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This is (Mill's, 2014) theory of life and how he draw upon it to defend the utilintarian theory of morailty:I researched on the internet encyclopedia of philosophy and I read on John Stuart Mills on Ethics. According to Mills (2014) he defines utilintarism as a creed as a particular "life of theory" as the foundations of morals (CW 10, 210). His view what he called his theory of life was monistic. He exclaimed that is one thing, and one thing only, that is intrinsically desirable, namely pleasure. He conceives it as a homogeneous matter. He also was convinced that some types of pleasure are more valuable than others. He gives this reason because his position is often called "quality hedonism". In our textbook Ethics and Moral reason Mills (2014) exclaimed that these supplementary explanations does not effect the theory of life because the theory of morality is grounded, for pleasure, freedom from pain, the only thing that is desirable as ends, and all desirable things that are as numerous in the utilitarian as in any other scheme. It means for the