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Unformatted text preview: pork? B. Choose one question and answer it in three to five paragraphs. 5. A man is about to step onto a bridge thats in danger of collapsing. Mill claims that its OK to save the man from falling into the river by forcing him off the bridge. How does Mill explain this judgment? Test Mills rationale for forcing the man off the bridge by applying Mills reasoning to other cases in which people are ignorant of the self-destructive consequences of their actions. 6. Suppose that a majority of members of the society disapproves of some sex act and wants to ban it. How might you try to convince a member of the majority that she should rethink her support for prohibition? Feel to free to use arguments that you find in chs 3 and 4 of On Liberty or any other arguments that occur to you....
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2010 for the course PHILOS Philos 6 taught by Professor Julius,a.j. during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.
- Spring '08