John Stuart Mill: A Study of His Philosophy (Classic Reprint)
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Excerpt from John Stuart Mill: A Study of His Philosophy
This fictitious isolation of the subject from the object of knowledge, which Mill inherited from his predecessors, plays, as we shall see, a most real part in his logical theory; and it is of hardly less account in his conception of what conduct is and ought to be. It commits him, so far as his explicit theory goes, to thinking that desire is necessarily for personal pleasure; and it makes a hedonistic conception of moral good natural and almost inevitable for him.
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