Mill used a different strategy to avoid calling push-pin as good aspoetry. He distinguished higher and lower qualities of pleasuresaccording to the preferences of people who have experienced both kinds(Mill 1861, 56; compare Plato 1993 and Hutcheson 1755, 421–23). Thisqualitative hedonism has been subjected to much criticism,including charges that it is incoherent and does not count as hedonism(Moore 1903, 80–81; cf. Feldman 1997, 106–24).


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