Kinds of pleasures according to mill
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A summary of Chapter 2: What Utilitarianism Is (Part 1) in John Stuart Mill's Utilitarianism. Learn exactly what happened in this Moreover, Mill contends, it is an "unquestionable fact" that, given equal access to all kinds of pleasures, people will prefer those that appeal to their "higher" faculties. A person will not choose to.
10 Jan But Mill comes along and responds that you should instead there are higher pleasures. So, reading a good book, seeing a good play or other edifying pleasures would be far superior and would supersede food, drink, sleep, sex etc. The question is, are the type of pleasures he designates higher pleasures.
Description:According to this interpretation, Mill is focusing on pleasurable sensations and then distinguishing higher and lower pleasures by references to their causes. On this reading, Mill is deriving his conception of liberal rights from a prior commitment to the categorical approach and, in particular, to the harm principle see Jacobsen for an alternative reading. He can be a perfectionist, as we interpreted him in the higher pleasures doctrine. But he goes beyond Socrates in introducing a discontinuity into the assessment of higher pleasures: