The Sense of Mill's Early Criticism of Bentham

Croatian Journal of Philosophy 4 (1):157-161 (2004)
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The article deals with Mill’s criticism of some important traits of Bentham’s ethical and political philosophy. This criticism, formulated at the time of Bentham’s death or not much later, throws some doubt on the meaning and unity of the utilitarian moral enterprise, and shows how these two utilitarian thinkers disagree on some important points of ethical theory
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