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Q: Mill in "Of liberty and Necessity" ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: Mill in "Of liberty and Necessity"
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Posted: 04 Dec 2005 20:42 PST
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Question ID: 601466
According to J.S Mill in the "of liberty and Necessity", what power do
humans have that makes us feel free?  How does the desire to
form/reform one?s character arise? What specifically is the benefit
one receives from having acquired a ?confirmed character?? Is the
reason why we form/reform our characters and the benefit we receive
from doing so basically the same?
Why does Mill think that ?it is said with truth, that none but a
person of confirmed virtue is completely free.
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