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JS Mill

John Stuart Mill on Democracy Midterm Review POLS 2300 UofU

Benevolent Dictatorships have better laws with technocrats, but they make assumptions about government that are implausible. It assums gov't is omniscient, good, and uncorrupted. Even if you could get these things , the price orf a non-Republic is still too high
Why are non-republics bad according to Mill? Demos have no choice/will because they have no power to affect their own destinies, this deteriorates the faculties of a country's citizens.
Utility We ought make the most individuals happy as possible, Mill argues that a Republic is the best way to do so
What are the benefits of government interaction? Freedom, Discipline, Education, Moral Construction
Human Nature Can be - not inevitibly - progressive in an atmosphere of freedom
Created by: aniytlia