The Neoclassical Synthesis of Rights and Utility - The Moral Foundations of Politics - Ian Shapiro - Lecture 7 of 25 - Video-lecture

Video-lecture, Political Science

Description: John Stuart Mill's synthesis rights and utility follows naturally in the vein of neoclassical utilitarianism, and it attempts to compensate for many of the shortcomings of Bentham's classical utilitarianism. In the end, it turns out to be a doctrine that does not look very similar to Bentham's at all.
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