A Comparison of Mill to Kant
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The paper argues that for the 21st century and its social issues, Mill is more applicable than Kant. The paper explains that this is because Mill's philosophy does not depend on the a priori to interpret experience and fit it to the actual outside world. The paper discusses how Mill's simpler though not necessarily truer explanation allows for experience, rather than innate categories to match the individual ability to understand the world with the world itself, and because he is not limited with Kantian categories, finds it easier to change the world.
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