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John Stuart Mill : a mind at large

Author: Eugene R August
Publisher: New York : Scribner, [1975]
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John Stuart Mill's activist career spanned the whole central portion of the nineteenth century and brought him into contact with almost every notable figure of the period from Macaulay to Gladstone. Though his reputation as philosopher and political economist has stood the test of time, this lively study is the first to assess all Mill's major works, each a classic in its field. Against the background of his  Read more...
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August, Eugene R., 1935-
John Stuart Mill.
New York : Scribner, [1975]
(OCoLC)612605636
Named Person: John Stuart Mill; John Stuart Mill; John Stuart Mill
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eugene R August
ISBN: 0684142325 9780684142326
OCLC Number: 1339712
Description: xii, 276 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Father and son --
Zeitgeist: The spirit of the age --
Logician in ordinary: four essays on poetry --
Completing counterparts: "Bentham" and "Coleridge" --
Rational proof: A system of logic --
Economic realities and social visions: The principles of political economy --
Heroic individualism: on liberty --
The ethics of humanism: Utilitarianism --
Member for Westminster: works of the middle sixties --
Sexual politics: The subjection of women --
Philosophic comedy: the Autobiography --
Pattern of conversion: Three essays on religion.
Responsibility: Eugene August.

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John Stuart Mill's activist career spanned the whole central portion of the nineteenth century and brought him into contact with almost every notable figure of the period from Macaulay to Gladstone. Though his reputation as philosopher and political economist has stood the test of time, this lively study is the first to assess all Mill's major works, each a classic in its field. Against the background of his extraordinary education at home and his attachment to a liberated married woman, we follow the development of Mill's remarkable profession: reformer of the world.--From publisher description.

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