Where does Mill think we should look to determine the foundational principles of morality?
experience of the world
What does Mill assert to be the fundamental law of morality?
- A.The Weak Principle
- B.The Categorical Imperative
- C.The Greatest Happiness Principle
- 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?
- A.BOTH Quantity and Quality should be considered
- B.ONLY Quantity should be considered
- C.Only Quality should be considered
- 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?
- C.The individual experiencing the pains
- D.Government officials
How does Mill justify that it is morally better to have a genuine, noble character?