Seen from this perspective, the tension in chapter five dissolves, but Mill is scarcely out of the woods because much then turns on the determination of relevant harm.
The Moral Foundation of Politics by Ian Shapiro [pp. 62]
For this sentence I have got some questions:
- What does much refer to? (woods?)
- What does then means? Just what it says or taken with "much" like much then?
- And most importantly: What does turns on means?