# Mill says that individuality is `one of the principal ingredients of human happiness,' `one of the leading essentials of well-being,' and that there are two requisites for cultivating `individuality of power and development.' ## What are those `two requisites?' ## What does Mill mean by `individuality?' (What are some synonyms he uses?) ## Mill gives three reasons for saying that "it is the privilege and proper condition of a human being, arrived at the maturity of his faculties, to use and interpret experience in his own way" (35). What are those three reasons (in your own words\!)? # In Chapter 3, Mill argues that individuality is valuable both for individuals and for society (i.e., other people). ## In a paragraph and in your own words, explain Mill's reason or one of his reasons for thinking that individuality is valuable or beneficial to the individual. ## In a paragraph and in your own words, explain Mill's reason or one of his reasons for thinking that individuality is socially beneficial. # Does Mill think that human beings are more like machines or more like trees? Explain. # Is Mill for or against the `despotism of custom?' Explain. (What is the despotism of custom?) # What is the connection between the Harm Principle and Mill's defense of individuality?