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On liberty : and Utilitarianism

Author: John Stuart Mill
Publisher: New York : Bantam Classic, 2008.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Bantam reissueView all editions and formats
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These two essays by John Stuart Mill, England's greatest nineteenth-century philosopher, are the fruit of six hundred years of progressive thought about individual rights and the responsibilities of society. Together they provide the moral and theoretical justification for liberal democracy as we know it, and their incalculable influence on modern history testifies not only to the force of their arguments, but also  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Mill, John Stuart.
On Liberty and Utilitarianism.
Westminster : Random House Publishing Group, ©2008
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Stuart Mill
ISBN: 9780553904994 055390499X 9780553904994 055390499X
OCLC Number: 276471110
Notes: "The text of 'On liberty' reproduces the first edition published in 1859. The text of 'Utilitarianism' is the last to appear in Mill's lifetime, published in 1871"--Title page verso
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: On liberty --
Utilitarianism.
Other Titles: Utilitarianism.
Responsibility: John Stuart Mill ; introduction by Alan M. Dershowitz.

Abstract:

These two essays by John Stuart Mill, England's greatest nineteenth-century philosopher, are the fruit of six hundred years of progressive thought about individual rights and the responsibilities of society. Together they provide the moral and theoretical justification for liberal democracy as we know it, and their incalculable influence on modern history testifies not only to the force of their arguments, but also to the power ideas can have over human affairs. From the Hardcover edition.

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