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Where does Mill think we should look to determine the foundational principles of morality?

  1. A.Sensory

experience of the world

  • B.Our reasoning
  • C.Empirical science
  • D.Mill thinks moral principles are unknowable


    What does Mill assert to be the fundamental law of morality?

    1. A.The Weak Principle
    2. B.The Categorical Imperative
    3. C.The Greatest Happiness Principle
    4. D.Mill does not identify a fundamental law



    When evaluating happiness, how does Mill think it should be considered with respect to its Qualty and Quantity?

    1. A.BOTH Quantity and Quality should be considered
    2. B.ONLY Quantity should be considered
    3. C.Only Quality should be considered
    4. D.Neither Quantity nor Quality should be considered



    Who does Mill think is best positioned to determine the worse of two different kinds of pains?

    1. A.Scientists
    2. B.Philosophers
    3. C.The individual experiencing the pains
    4. D.Government officials


    How does Mill justify that it is morally better to have a genuine, noble character?

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