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Unformatted text preview: Philosophy 22 fall 2010 Final Exam Study Questions (the exam is on Friday, December 10 th , from 11:30-2:30) Questions on the exam will make use of the ideas in these study questions but the actual questions may be different. You are responsible for material covered in the study questions for the mid-term about Plato, Aristotle and Hume. Mill 1. What is Mills view of Happiness? How does it compare to Aristotles view of happiness? How does virtue relate to happiness for Mill (As a means? As a part of the end?) Does Mill think a virtuous life makes a person happy? 2. Mill compares different pleasures in terms of quantity and quality. What is the point of the distinction? and how does he make it? Is a higher quality pleasure morally better than a lower quality pleasure? Is a higher quality pleasure to be preferred to a lower quality pleasure in every possible circumstance? 3. According to Mill, if an action produces a small negative balance of utility (when compared with alternatives), is 3....
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