Mill in "Of liberty and Necessity"
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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