Routledge Philosophy Guidebook to Mill on Utilitarianism

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Acknowledgements

I am grateful to the following for extremely helpful comments on all, or almost all, of a penultimate draft: James Griffin, Edward Harcourt, Brad Hooker, Thomas Hurka, Derek Parfit, John Skorupski, Wayne Sumner, Eric Tsui-James, Jonathan Wolff; and for equally useful comments on substantial parts of the text: John Broome, Tim Endicott, Cécile Fabre, Alan Haworth, Andrew Mason, Andrew Moore, Mark Nelson, Ingmar Persson, Peter Sandøe and Tony Shooman. I am pleased to be able to thank the staff and students of the Department of Philosophy, University of Bucharest, for their insightful remarks on lectures on Mill’s Utilitarianism I delivered in Cîmpulung Moldovenesc, August 1995. I thank especially Valentin Muresan for inviting me to give these lectures. I learned much from a seminar on a draft of the book, organized in April 1996 by the Bioethical Research Group at the University of Copenhagen. I would like to thank Klemens Kappel, Nils Holtug, Karsten Jensen and Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen. I was helped by Michael Rosen’s response to a paper on the liberalisms of Mill and Tocqueville I delivered at a conference on Mill and the French thought of his time, at the Maison Franchise, Oxford, December 1995. I am indebted also to those students who par-

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