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The Individual and Society
Mill presents an interesting position on the authority that society maintains over the individual member. Mill places more pressure of conduct on the individual as he opens the door for society to pass judgment on a person who doesn't have sufficient regard for him/herself. Mill contends that there needs to be a clear distinction between where individual liberty takes precedence and where society has the right to intervene. This distinction becomes quite foggy throughout this chapter. …
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- The Individual and Society
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