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utilitarianism and mill

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Philosophy
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PHL275H1
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Bialystock

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Ethics LectureOctober 12 2011Mill Utilitarianism RefinedDefines happiness in terms of hedonism pleasure is good and pain is badInterested in the overlap between pleasure and desire happiness is the only thing desired what we desire is actually just pleasure and the absence of painUtility as a first principle principle on which other claims stand Utilitarianism is a subbranch of consequentialismMill said that not all pleasures are the s
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