John Stuart Mill points out that some critics consider Utilitarianism to be a do

John Stuart Mill points out that some critics consider Utilitarianism to be a doctrine “worthy only of swine.” Explain the so-called “pig philosophy” objection as Mill understands it. How does Mill respond to the objection? Does he, in the course of responding, become a value pluralist and abandon other distinctive features of his version of utilitarianism? Are there other ways in which his response is inadequate? Source: Utilitarianism by John Stuart Mill

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