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Title: A critical analysis of JS Mills attempt to ground justice in utility

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Date: March 20, 2006
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Mill contends that utility offers the best resolution for these conflicts in rights claims. Here Mill establishes justice as an alternative "independent standard" to utility to show that utility is not opposed to justice and conflicting moral reasoning but, in fact, utility provides a means of procedure for resolving such conflicts...

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Mill contends that utility offers the best resolution for these conflicts in rights claims. Here Mill establishes justice as an alternative "independent standard" to utility to show that utility is not opposed to justice and conflicting moral reasoning but, in fact, utility provides a means of procedure for resolving such conflicts...

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