While each of the four philosophers that we’ve studied – Plato, Aristotle, Kant, and Mill – agrees that there is a summum bonum, no two of them seem to agree on precisely what it is. In fact, in no small part, the success of each philosopher’s theory depends heavily on the success of his challenge of his predecessor’s conception of the highest good. Discuss this in some detail as you track the series of challenges from Aristotle’s refutation of Plato’s account of the Good through Kant’s refutation of eudaimonistic ethics to Mill’s challenge of Kant.
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