University of Pittsburgh, Fall Term 1998
Ben Eggleston, Instructor
Philosophy 0300—CRN 35193: Introduction to Ethics
mailbox: CL 1001—office: CL 1428E
Thursdays, 5:45 p.m. to 8:10 p.m., in CL 142
office hours: Tuesdays, 5:15–6:15, and Thursdays, 4:40–5:40
Quiz no. 3, make-up no. 1
November 19, 1998
On the front of this sheet of paper, answer each of the following questions.
Provide a distinct answer for each question, numbering your answers as
you proceed. Before turning in your quiz, fold this sheet of paper in half,
lengthwise (i.e., so that the crease goes from top to botton, down the
middle), and write your name on the back. Only answers written on the front
will influence your grade, and nothing written on the front should reveal
- Why, according to Mill, is it important “to ascertain what is the distinguishing
character of justice, or of injustice”?
- What does Mill say is the “turning point of the distinction between
morality and simple expediency”?
- What does Mill say distinguishes obligations of justice from other
- According to Mill, how are the rules of justice determined?