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Socrates listened to the old Protagoras, and asserted (if Plato's dialogue be grounded on a real conver.
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Reissued in its corrected 1864 second edition, this work by the philosopher John Stuart Mill (1806-73) argues for a utilitarian theory of morality, refining Bentham's 'greatest happiness' principle and defending it from common criticisms. Mill's key discussion on the topic, it remains a fundamental text in ethics.From the Publisher:
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