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

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Subject: Philosophy
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Date: March 20, 2006
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Expediency, on the other hand, carries no such sanction. The feeling that injustice warrants punishment is common to all forms of morality. Therefore, Mill distinguishes these other forms of morality from justice through the idea of perfect duty. Justice involves people's rights, whereas the rest of morality involves no rights...

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Justice involves people's rights, whereas the rest of morality involves no rights. Therefore, if someone does not have a right to something then violation cannot be unjust, though it can be immoral. Individuals hold rights as very important and something society should defend, because they tie in with our need for security...

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