1. Although they are working from very different perspectives, both J.S. Mill and Rousseau reject the classical liberal notion that a society made up of competitive, independent individuals pursuing their self-interest under the auspices of an instrumental state is as “good as it gets.” Discuss the similarities and differences in their respective views of the limitations of this model of human association and motivation.
No outside sources can be used in this essay. Use only source from the textbook:
1. Classics of Moral And Political Theory fifth edition edited by Michael L.