1. Summary of UTILITARIANISM, J.S. Mill; Hackett Chapters I-IV
2. What is the gist of Mill's critique against Kant's approach to ethical foundations? How might K respond? Who has the better of the argument, and why?
3. Between Mill & Kant, defend the figure w/ whom you least agree against strongest possible criticism by his opponent that you can muster
I have provided you with a summary of the first four chapters, and a response to the other two questions. I encourage you to read through this carefully and build on what I have presented ...
The solution provides assistance in tackling the work of JS Mill's 'Utilitarianism', in particular in answering the 3 questions listed above (see original problem).