John Stuart Mill Utilitarianism

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Now it is time to discuss Kant’s polar opposite in the field of philosophy and ethics, John Stuart Mill. Mill is the man who cultivated the principles of utilitarianism. In utilitarianism, this segment of philosophy tries to promote a lot of the things Kant would of consider to be absolute detriments. Utilitarianism tries to foster an overall happiness for the human race and by doing so Mill tries to focus extensively on the consequences of actions. Mill would often support the idea that happiness is the foundation to the idea of morality. Most things in life are items of desire in which incorporate a means to happiness or intersect with the standard definition of happiness. Therefore, impartiality is based entirely on utility. Those privileges
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