You need to answer the following questions. Each question is 200-300 words

You need to answer the following questions. Each question is 200-300 words
J.S. Mill
What is utilitarianism, according to Mill? How does utilitarianism differ from Locke’s notion of natural rights?
What is Mill’s “harm” principle (or, more precisely, “harm-to-others” principle)? How is it related to his conception of liberty?
On what grounds does Mill defend the right of free speech and discussion?
What is Mill’s attitude toward custom and tradition? How does his view compare to Burke’s?
G.W.F. Hegel
Why does Hegel think that modern society is conducive to freedom?
In what sense does Hegel think that men and women have different needs in modern society? How do the different spheres of society cater to those needs?
What is the role of the state, according to Hegel, with respect to the family and the economy (civil society)?
Why does Hegel deny that legislators can simply “make” a constitution for a nation?
W.E.B. Du Bois
What kind of recognition does the African American want, according to Du Bois? To put the question in another way, what would it mean “to attain self-conscious manhood”? How does this relate to Hegel’s conception of recognition?
To what extent can a Black person identify as an American, according to Du Bois? (There might be different answers to this, depending on whether you are thinking about The Souls of Black Folk or “The Souls of White Folk.”)
What does freedom mean to Du Bois (particularly in “Of Our Spiritual Strivings”)?
How does Du Bois’s critique of America and Europe compare to Marx’s critique of capitalist society?
John Rawls
In what ways does Rawls’s theory of justice depart from Mill’s utilitarianism?
In what sense is Rawls’s theory a social contract theory? In what ways does it differ—not in its details, but in its basic function and aim—from that of Locke and Rousseau?