1-Singer, in Living to Some Purpose, talks about the transcendent cause. What is this transcendent cause and in what way do both Mill’s Utilitarianism and Kant’s Categorical Imperative aim to reach out toward the transcendent cause? Remember to explain what Mill’s Greatest Happiness Principle and Kant’s Categorical Imperative is when answer the question.
2-Singer, in Living to Some Purpose, discusses how conspicuous consumption and accumulation have led to unsatisfying, less meaningful lives in the United States. Paraphrase what he says about this. Provide an example from your own experience that demonstrates his point of view. What is missing, according to Singer and your own reflection, from such lives to make them meaningful?
3-Explain how Mill and Kant disagree about the kind of life one needs to live in order to be good. Be sure to talk of the role of happiness in the good life, the role of consequence and motive and how these things lead to differences in behavior. Provide an example to show how both of these theories can lead to different actions in the same circumstances.
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