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  1. Democracy In America (Unabridged Edition in Two Volumes; Volume 1) by Alexis de Tocqueville (Author); John Stuart Mill (With the Classic and Critical, 1967
  2. ESSAYS ON ECONOMICS AND SOCIETY 2 VOL SET (4 & 5) (Collected Works of John Stuart Mill) by JOHN STUART MILL, 2006-08-01
  3. ESSAYS ON ETHICS, RELIGION AND SOCIETY (Collected Works of John Stuart Mill) by JOHN STUART MILL, 2006-08-01
  4. A Guided Tour of John Stuart Mill's Utilitarianism by Christopher Biffle, Julius J. Jackson, 1992-12-09
  5. Auguste Comte & Positivism by John Stuart Mill, 2008-09-19
  6. Early essays by John Stuart Mill by John Stuart Mill, 1897-01-01
  7. John Stuart Mill: A selection of his works (College classics in English) by John Stuart Mill, 1980
  8. Essays on Politics and Culture by John Stuart Mill, 1990-01
  9. John Stuart Mill and Harriet Taylor: Their Correspondence and Subsequent Marriage. by John Stuart Mill, Harriet Taylor, 1951
  10. John Stuart Mill's the Subjection of Women: His Contemporary and Modern Critics by John Stuart Mill, 1999-04
  11. Essays on Fr Hist & Historians (Mill, John Stuart//Collected Works of John Stuart Mill) (Vol 20) by John Stuart Mill, 1985-03-01
  12. Personal Representation: Speech Of John Stuart Mill, Delivered In The House Of Commons, May 20, 1867 (1867) by John Stuart Mill, 2010-09-10
  13. The Ethics of John Stuart Mill by Charles Douglas, John Stuart Mill, 2010-03-04
  14. John Stuart Mill: A logical critique of sociology; (Tutor books) by John Stuart Mill, 1971

61. John Stuart Mill Collection At
Full text of autobiography, On Liberty, other works; essays about Mill and his works.
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This timeless essay addresses points on civil liberties that resonate into our twenty-first century world. On Liberty
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62. Mill, John Stuart
John Stuart Mill (18061873), a British philosopher and classical economist who suggested the ultimate need for a stationary or steady state economy.,_John_Stuart

63. Economics 3LL3 -- Mill
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64. Mill, John Stuart | Mill, John Stuart Information | HighBeam Research - FREE Tri
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65. Mill's "On Nature"
Brief essay by Mill aimed at refuting Rousseau s notion of living in accord with nature.
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Source : Lancaster E-text, prepared by the Philosophy Department at Lancaster University, from Nature, The Utility of Religion and Theism , Rationalist Press, 1904. "NATURE," "natural," and the group of words derived from them, or allied to them in etymology, have at all times filled a great place in the thoughts and taken a strong hold on the feelings of mankind. That they should have done so is not surprising when we consider what the words, in their primitive and most obvious signification, represent; but it is unfortunate that a set of terms which play so great a part in moral and metaphysical speculation should have acquired many meanings different from the primary one, yet sufficiently allied to it to admit of confusion. The words have thus become entangled in so many foreign associations, mostly of a very powerful and tenacious character, that they have come to excite, and to be the symbols of, feelings which their original meaning will by no means justify, and which have made them one of the most copious sources of false taste, false philosophy, false morality, and even bad law. The most important application of the Socratic Elenchus, as exhibited and improved by Plato, consists in dissecting large abstractions of this description; fixing down to a precise definition the meaning which as popularly used they merely shadow forth, and questioning and testing the common maxims and opinions in which they bear a part. It is to be regretted that among the instructive specimens of this kind of investigation which Plato has left, and to which subsequent times have been so much indebted for whatever intellectual clearness they have attained, he has not enriched posterity with a dialogue

66. Mill, John Stuart Books
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67. Modern History Sourcebook: John Stuart Mill: On Colonies And Colonization, 1848
An excerpt from Mill s 1848 Principles of Political Economy. Part of the Internet Modern History Sourcebook.
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If it is desirable, as no one will deny it to be, that the planting of colonies should be conducted, not with an exclusive view to the private interests of the first founders, but with a deliberate regard to the permanent welfare of the nations afterwards to arise from these small beginnings; such regard can only be secured by placing the enterprise, from its commencement, under regulations constructed with the foresight and enlarged views of philosophical legislators; and the government alone has power either to frame such regulations, or to enforce their observance. The question of government intervention in the work of Colonization involves the future and permanent interests of civilization itself, and far outstretches the comparatively narrow limits of purely economical considerations. But even with a view to those considerations alone, the removal of population from the overcrowded to the unoccupied parts of the earth's surface is one of those works of eminent social usefulness, which most require, and which at the same time best repay, the intervention of government. To appreciate the benefits of colonization, it should be considered in its relation, not to a single country, but to the collective economical interests of the human race. The question is in general treated too exclusively as one of distribution; of relieving one labor market and supplying another. It is this, but it is also a question of production, and of the most efficient employment of the productive resources of the world.

68. Mill, John Stuart
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69. John Stuart Mill - A System Of Logic - 'Squashed Philosophers' Abridged Edition
The Condensed Edition of John Stuart Mill s A System of Logic
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"Logic is not the science of belief, but the science of proof" Reading time: about 20 minutes
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John Stuart Mill did not by any means invent logic. The ability to think one thing because another thing is so is perhaps essential to humans, and had been formally studied at least since Aristotle . What made 'A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive, Being a Connected View of the Principles of Evidence and the Methods of Scientific Investigation' such an instant success was the (relative) clarity it brought to the subject. Mill defined just five, and only five, ways (known as 'Mill's Methods') of determining whether causes and effects are connected, and so produced a system which became an important source for all the experimental sciences. ABOUT THIS SQUASHED EDITION
This abridgement reduces the original 427000 words down to 3096 (1%), giving an estimated reading time of 20 minutes. It is based on the condensed version first published by Sir John Hammerton in 1919.

70. Mill, John Stuart (Harper's Magazine)
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71. James Landrith Is...Taking The Gloves Off - On Liberty
An html version of John Stuart Mill s classic essay on the struggle between Liberty and Authority.
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72. Mill, John Stuart
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73. On Liberty Study Guide & Literature Essays | GradeSaver
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75. University/Politics/JS Mill - On Liberty
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76. John Stuart Mill Legal Definition Of John Stuart Mill. John Stuart Mill Synonyms
John Stuart Mill was the leading English political philosopher of the middle and late nineteenth century. Mill's writings on individual freedom, most notably the essay On Liberty Stuart Mill

77. John Stuart Mill - On Liberty - 'Squashed Philosophers' Abridged Edition
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"The sole end for which mankind are warranted in interfering with the liberty of action of any of their number is to prevent harm to others. His own good, either physical or moral, is not sufficient warrant." Reading time: about 35 minutes
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Rigorously educated by his father James Mill (the co-founder (with Jeremy Bentham ) of Utilitarianism) John Stuart grew to suffer horrid depression over an upbringing which had forced classical literature, logic, political economy, history and mathematics down him before he was fourteen. He lived modestly as a clerk to the East India Company, but wrote profusely on political and philosophical matters. In Utilitarianism he states that actions are right if they bring about happiness and wrong if they bring the reverse. In On Liberty, written with his beloved wife, who died before its completion, he moved away from the Utilitarian notion that individual liberty was necessary for economic and governmental efficiency and advanced the classical defense of individual freedom as a value in itself.
The basic argument is simple: that liberty is good. Good because it allows new and improved ideas to appear. Good because it forever puts the old ideas to the test and good because it just, well, is. We Europeans, thinks Mill, are so wonderful because we allow diversity of ideas, unlike the silly Chinese. Mill isn't impressed with the Chinese, or with Christians. The philosopher Fung-Yu-Lan agreed with him about China, but Mill continues to irritate religious types to this day.

78. Mill, John Stuart | The Energy Library
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Mill, John Stuart John Stuart Mill was a British philosopher and classical economist who suggested the ultimate need for a stationary or steady state economy. His work laid the intellectual foundations for ecological economists such as Herman Daly in the 1970s who argued that population growth, resource depletion, environmental degradation, and socioeconomic inequalities demanded a shift towards a steady state society. Mill is best known for his writings on moral and political philosophy ( Utilitarianism , 1863), and on political economy ( Principles of Political Economy , 1848). In Utilitarianism , Mill defends the view that we ought to aim at maximizing the welfare of all sentient creatures and that welfare consists of their happiness. Mill demonstrated an early insight into the value of the natural world - in particular in Book IV, chapter VI of " Principles of Political Economy ": "Of the Stationary State" in which Mill recognizes wealth beyond the material, and argues that the logical conclusion of unlimited growth is destruction of the environment and a reduced quality of life. He was a persistent advocate of political and social reform, such as proportional representation, the emancipation of women, and the development of labor organizations and farm cooperatives. Mill is viewed as one of the key figures in the school of classical economics, along with David Ricardo and Adam Smith.

79. Sur La Nature De John Stuart Mill
Article d Estiva Reus sur un essai de philosophie morale de John Stuart Mill dans les Cahier antisp cistes (n 23).

80. Utilitarian Philosophers
Lists links to writings by and about the major utilitarian figures David Hume, Jeremy Bentham, James Mill, John Stuart Mill, Henry Sidgwick, R. M. Hare and Peter Singer.
The dictates of utility are neither more nor less than the dictates of the most extensive and enlightened (that is, well-advised) benevolence. Jeremy Bentham David Hume Jeremy Bentham William Godwin James Mill ... Peter Singer Latest Updates March 28, 2008 Please note: I apologize to regular visitors for the lack of updates in the past few months, but I no longer have the time to keep this website updated. I would be happy to hand it over to someone else who can give it the attention it requires. If you have some experience managing websites and feel like taking control of this one, please write me an email indicating briefly your abilities and interests, and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. January 31, 2008 The Tenth Conference of the International Society for Utilitarian Studies will be held on 11-14 September 2008, at the University of California, Berkeley (Berkeley, California, U.S.A.). The meeting is co-hosted by the U.C. Berkeley School of Law and its Kadish Center for Morality, Law and Public Affairs. The conference seeks paper and panel proposals concerning the study of utilitarianism and the utilitarian tradition broadly conceived. This includes scholarship (both positive and critical) on contemporary utilitarianism and consequentialism, as well as more wide-ranging scholarship concerning figures within the utilitarian canon and the leading social and political issues such as democracy, law reform, political economy, welfare and equality, colonization and international law which have figured centrally in the utilitarian tradition.

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