Pleasure-based morality is “swinish”

How does Mill respond to the objection that pleasure-based morality is “swinish”? What is his doctrine concerning lower and higher pleasures, and how does he defend it?

  1. According to Mill, why is nobleness of character important for utilitarian ethics?
  2. How does Mill respond to the objection that genuine human happiness is impossible?
  3. How does Mill respond to the objection that true moral heroism consists in self-renunciation (i.e., sacrificing one’s own happiness)?
  4. What is the ideal of impartiality that Mill’s utilitarianism embraces? How can this ideal best be approached in human society?
  5. How does Mill respond to the objection that utilitarianism sets too demanding a standard of morality?
  6. How does Mill respond to the objection that utilitarianism is irreligious?
  7. How does Mill respond to the objection that utilitarianism requires the sacrifice of principle to expediency?
  8. How does Mill respond to the objection that utilitarianism is impractical because nobody can take time to weigh probable consequences for general happiness of every action bef

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