Unit I – Liberty of Conscience and Individuality: In On Liberty, Chapter III, John Stuart Mill writes, “As it is useful that while mankind are imperfect there should be different opinions, so it is that there should be different experiments of living; that free scope should be given to varieties of character, short of injury to others; and that the worth of different modes of life should be proved practically, when anyone thinks fit to try them.” Pg. 65.
What does Mill mean by “experiments of living” and what are his arguments in favor of them? Why does Mill believe that for man to be true to his “nature”, society must indulge these alternative ways of living? Be sure to discuss his opinions on custom, originality, and character. Finally, your answer should apply Mill’s arguments to a hypothetical “experiment of living”: a married woman with no children, who based on her religious beliefs, does not seek medical care for herself, her family, or friends.
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