[Routledge Philosophy Guidebook to Mill on Utilitarianism] is elegantly and clearly written, and Crisp provides sensible interpretations with a careful eye both for difficulties in determining what Mill really believed, and for problems in the very ideas he attributes to Mill.Theoria
The interpretations of Mill are sensible and clear-headed, and the criticisms of Mill judicious.
.Thomas Hurka, University of Calgary
About the Author
Roger Crisp is a Fellow in Philosophy at Oxford University. He is the co-editor of How Should One Live? (1996) and Terrorism, Protest and Power (1991).