Ophelia Deroy and Marwa El Zein on what neuroscience can tell us how our brains compare pleasures.
Andrew Sepielli scouts uncertainty about moral rules.
Bart Schultz on Jeremy Bentham, “one of the strangest men who ever lived”.
Les Burwood and Ros Wyeth argue that there are good arguments for adopting the unfashionable view that it is immoral to use animals as a resource.
Sam Fremantle reviews Utilitarianism, Hedonism and Desert by Fred Feldman.
Mike Targett discovers a book on Mill which strikes “a good balance in being accessible and informative whilst offering some substantial philosophical views”.
Peter Holmes looks at the life and thought of nineteenth-century liberal John Stuart Mill.