Here is the link: Only read chapter 2:http://www.earlymoderntexts.com/assets/pdfs/mill1863.pdf
1) How does Mill define the Greatest Happiness Principle? How is the principle suppose to function as a guide to moral decision-making?
2.Why is it important that the Greastest happiness principle be applied to the greatest/larger number of persons?
3. What does Mill say about making sacrifices for the greater good? How might this Mill’s ideal become a problem for potentially virtuous acts which don’t immediately benefit other people?