Devote 500 words to each question for a total of 1,000

words.

1. How and why does Mill critique Bentham’s version of

Utilitarianism for its lack of protection against the “tyranny of

the majority” and how does his principle of liberty remedy

this oversight?

2. Singer claims in the "solution to world poverty" that one should donate most of one’s

disposable income to organizations like OXFAM or UNICEF,

and that failing to do that is analogous to refraining from

saving a drowning child to protect one’s new shoes. How

would Aristotle, Kant, and Mill respond to this claim? Be sure

to give reasons compatible with each philosopher’s ethical

system in your answer.

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