&lt;Tab/&gt;Mill believes that as long as a person is not harming anyone but themselves, it is not right for the government to step in and do anything to stop them. He believes that it is a greater injustice to not let someone do something if they are not harming anyone else than it is to let them do it even if they are guaranteed to die from it. Although Mill
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to you. Just because these people seem to be bad examples of society, it is their right to live however they choose. In responding to these three main criticisms of Mill's work, he keeps to his main theory that as long as a person is not harming anyone but themselves, it is not right for the government to step in and take action to stop them from living the lifestyle that they choose to live.