Edirne for Ideally, as J.S. Mill suggested, these restrictions would simply keep individuals from harming each other. But in a densely populated, technically advanced society there are few actions or endeavors that could not be construed as potentially harming others. In economic affairs, for instance, one person’s gain often amounts to another’s loss, as the scarcity of resources pits competitors against each other. In turn, industrial processes often pollute the environment and adversely affect human health. Thus human and ecological health and welfare have become important public issues. Edirne 2016.