John Stuart Mill's Utilitarian Form Of Happiness

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John Stuart Mill believes in a utilitarian form of happiness, since happiness is a pleasure it should be designed to be useful or practical for the mass majority. Physical forms of pleasure are inferior compared to intellectual and moral pleasures when associated with genuine happiness accorrding to John Stuart Mill. A contributing factor John Stuart Mill added towards Jeremy Bentham impression of happiness was that pleasures should be separated on a qualitative level. John Stuart Mill considered happiness as two forms a higher and a lower form of happiness. According to John Stuart Mill if a person experienced both forms of happiness they would chose the higher form, this form fo thought was completlely against Jeremy Bentham views on happiness.
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