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people. this objection and defend Mill’s “Expert Judge” test against it.
In order to completely answer this question, you should:
i.) Explain IN YOUR OWN WORDS and IN AS MUCH DETAIL AS YOU CAN Mill’s “Expert Judge” test.
ii.) IN YOUR OWN WORDS and IN AS MUCH DETAIL AS YOU CAN explain the objection to Mill’s
“Expert Judge” test mentioned in the question. Make sure that you explain why this objection seems to
undermine the “Expert Judge” test.
iii.) Using the philosophical method that we have been using this semester, defend Mill’s “Expert Judge”
test against this objection. Explain why someone might think that this objection mentioned in the
question does not provide satisfactory reasons for rejecting Mill’s test. Clarify anything in this
objection that need to be clarified. Then address the following questions:
b. C.) Are any of the reasons offered against Mill’s test false? If so, which ones? Explain why...
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This essay was uploaded on 04/03/2014 for the course PHIL 101 taught by Professor Dowell during the Spring '08 term at UNL.
- Spring '08