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The English utilitarians

Author: Leslie Stephen
Publisher: New York : P. Smith, 1950.
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Stephen, Leslie, Sir, 1832-1904.
English utilitarians.
New York : P. Smith, 1950
(OCoLC)647013216
Named Person: Jeremy Bentham; James Mill; John Stuart Mill; Jeremy Bentham; James Mill; John Stuart Mill; Jeremy Bentham; James Mill; John Stuart Mill
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leslie Stephen
OCLC Number: 4208453
Notes: A sequel to the author's "History of English thought in the eighteenth century."
Description: 3 volumes in 1 ; 28 cm
Contents: I. Jeremy Bentham. Introductory --
Political conditions. I. The British constitution ; II. The ruling class ; III. Legislation and administration ; IV. The army and navy ; V. The church ; VI. The universities ; VII. Theory --
The industrial spirit. I. The manufacturers ; II. The agriculturists --
Social problems. I. Pauperism ; II. The police ; III. Education ; IV. The slave-trade ; V. The French Revolution ; VI. Individualism --
Philosophy. I. John Horne Tooke ; II. Dugald Stewart --
Bentham's life. I. Early life ; II. First writings ; III. The panopticon ; IV. Utilitarian propaganda ; V. Codification --
Bentham's doctrine. I. First principles ; II. Springs of action ; III. The sanctions ; IV. Criminal law ; V. English law ; VI. Radicalism ; VII. Individualism --
Note on Bentham's writings --
II. James Mill. James Mill. I. Early life ; II. Bentham's lieutenant ; III. Leader of the utilitarians --
Reform movements. I. Political change ; II. Law reform ; III. Economic reform ; IV. Church reform ; V. Sinister interests --
Political theory. I. Mill on government ; III. Whiggism ; III. Conservatism ; IV. Socialism --
Malthus. I. Malthus's starting-point ; II. The ratios ; III. Moral restraint ; IV. Social remedies ; V. Political application ; VI. Rent --
Ricardo. I. Ricardo's starting-point ; II. The distribution problem ; III. Value and labour ; IV. The classical political economy ; V. The ricardians --
Economic heretics. I. The Malthusian controversy ; II. Socialism --
Psychology. I. Thomas Brown ; II. James Mill's analysis ; III. James Mill's ethics --
Religion. I. Philip Beauchamp ; II. Contemporary thought --
III. John Stuart Mill. John Stuart Mill's life. I. Childhood ; II. Early propagandism ; III. The philosophical radicals ; IV. Philosophic leadership ; V. Minor writings ; VI. Political activity --
Mill's logic. I. Intuitionism and empiricism ; II. Syllogism and definition ; III. Mathematical truths ; IV. Causation ; V. Plurality of causes ; VI. Real kinds ; VII. Uniformity of nature ; VIII. The four methods ; IX. The moral sciences --
Political economy. I. Mill's starting-point ; II. Contemporary movements ; III. Malthusian controversy ; IV. Peasant-proprietorship ; V. Capitalists and labourers ; VI. The wage-fund ; VII. Socialism ; VIII. Logical method --
Politics and ethics. I. Mill's problem ; II. Intellectual liberty ; III. The decay of individuality ; IV. Economic application ; V. Political application ; VI. Women's rights ; VII. The self-protection principle ; VIII. Ethics --
Historical method. I. John Austin ; II. George Grote ; III. Henry Thomas Buckle --
Philosophy. I. Mill's opponents ; II. Hamilton on perception ; III. Mill on the external world ; IV. Theories of the absolute ; V. Antinomies ; VI. Revealed religion ; VII. Mill on theology ; VIII. Liberalism ; IX. Dogmatism.
Responsibility: by Leslie Stephen.

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