Jan. 29-Feb. 9 (Mill)

Monday, Jan. 29

Required

Engraving of John Stuart Mill from Popular Science Monthly, on Wikimedia Commons, public domain.
Engraving of John Stuart Mill from Popular Science Monthly, on Wikimedia Commons, public domain.

Chapters 1 and 2, pp. 1-9 of this document: (both are the same document, in different formats)

Mill, selections from Utilitarianism (MS Word)

Mill, selections from Utilitarianism (PDF)

Optional

  • You could read Chapter 4 of Mill’s Utilitarianism, in the document linked above. It is optional.

 Wednesday, Jan. 31

Mill, cont’d.

Essay 1 due by noon on Wed. Jan. 31. Submit your essay through the Canvas course site  (go to “assignments” after logging in).


 

Monday, Feb. 5

Required

John Stuart Mill statue, Temple Gardens, London, Flickr photo shared by Joaquin Martinez, licensed CC BY 2.0
John Stuart Mill statue, Temple Gardens, London, Flickr photo shared by Joaquin Martinez, licensed CC BY 2.0

J.S. Mill, Utilitarianism, chapter 5, pp. 13-17 of this document (same document, two different formats):

Mill, selections from Utilitarianism (MS Word)

Mill, selections from Utilitarianism (PDF)

Optional

J.S. Mill, Utilitarianism, chapter 4 of the above document (pp. 9-13)

see optional resources on Mill above as well!


Wednesday, Feb. 7

Finish Mill (no extra reading for this day).

Discussion meetings Feb. 7 or 9

There will be student-led discussions in small groups this week.

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