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It has been said of John Stuart Mill that he wrote so clearly that he could be found out.
Admitted to the bar in 1836, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, and began to practice law under John T. Stuart, Mary Todd's cousin.
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Over the period 1858 to 1861, John McDouall Stuart led six expeditions north from Adelaide into the outback, culminating in successfully reaching the north coast of Australia and returning, without the loss of any of the party's members ' lives.
For instance, John Stuart Mill famously suggested that " the Battle of Marathon, even as an event in British history, is more important than the Battle of Hastings ".
John Stuart Mill's famous opinion was that " the Battle of Marathon, even as an event in British history, is more important than the Battle of Hastings ".
John Stuart Mill, an influential liberal thinker of the 19th century and a teacher of utilitarianism, albeit his teachings are a bit different from Jeremy Bentham's philosophy
John Stuart Mill, in his exposition of hedonistic utilitarianism, proposed a hierarchy of pleasures, meaning that the pursuit of certain kinds of pleasure is more highly valued than the pursuit of other pleasures.
Hedonism, for example, teaches that this feeling is pleasure — either one's own, as in egoism ( the 17th-century English philosopher Thomas Hobbes ), or everyone's, as in universalistic hedonism, or utilitarianism ( the 19th-century English philosophers Jeremy Bentham, John Stuart Mill, and Henry Sidgwick ), with its formula of the " greatest pleasure of the greatest number.
Moore and Hastings Rashdall ) tries to meet the difficulty by advocating a plurality of ends and including among them the attainment of virtue itself, which, as John Stuart Mill affirmed, " may be felt a good in itself, and desired as such with as great intensity as any other good.
* John Stuart Mill ( 1806 – 1873 )
Although utilitarianism prompted legislative and administrative reform and John Stuart Mill's later writings on the subject foreshadowed the welfare state, it was mainly used as a justification for laissez-faire.
John Stuart Mill argued that general conceptions are formed through abstraction.
* A System of Logic, John Stuart Mill, University Press of the Pacific, ISBN 1-4102-0252-6
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They were codified by Francis Bacon, and developed further by John Stuart Mill and consist of controlling several variables, in turn, to establish which variables are causally connected.
John Stuart Mill ( 1844 ) defines the subject in a social context as:
Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill are influential proponents of this school of thought.
John Stuart Mill, in his exposition of hedonistic utilitarianism, proposed a hierarchy of pleasures, meaning that the pursuit of certain kinds of pleasure is more highly valued than the pursuit of other pleasures.
John Stuart Mill ( and also Kant's pupil Herbart ) argued that the predicative nature of existence was proved by sentences like " A centaur is a poetic fiction " or " A greatest number is impossible " ( Herbart ).
An earlier, slightly different sense of the term was proposed by John Stuart Mill in his 1843 < cite > System of Logic </ cite >.
His statement of the Ethic of Reciprocity as the foundation of ethics is the earliest in Ancient Greece, and he differs from the formulation of utilitarianism by Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill by emphasizing the minimization of harm to oneself and others as the way to maximize happiness.
Philosophers associated with empiricism include Aristotle, Alhazen, Avicenna, Ibn Tufail, Robert Grosseteste, William of Ockham, Francis Bacon, Thomas Hobbes, Robert Boyle, John Locke, George Berkeley, David Hume, Leopold von Ranke, John Stuart Mill, and Karl Popper.

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After editing a book on John Stuart Mill's letters he planned to publish two books on the liberal order, The Constitution of Liberty and " The Creative Powers of a Free Civilization " ( eventually the title for the second chapter of The Constitution of Liberty ).
Darwin's scientific method was also disputed, with his proponents favouring the empiricism of John Stuart Mill's A System of Logic, while opponents held to the idealist school of William Whewell's Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences, in which investigation could begin with the intuitive truth that species were fixed objects created by design.
It influenced John Stuart Mill's essay On Liberty through which von Humboldt's ideas became known in the English-speaking world.
Devlin attacks the principle, derived from John Stuart Mill's On Liberty, that the law ought not concern itself with " private immorality ", saying that the Report " requires special circumstances to be shown to justify the intervention of the law.
John Stuart Mill's The Subjection of Women made her question the social pressures on a woman to marry and devote her life to family.
After John Stuart Mill's death in 1874 suffrage Bills continued to be introduced but were just as regularly defeated.
During the voyage he wrote a series of articles which resulted in his book Liberty, Equality, Fraternity ( 1873 – 1874 )-- a protest against John Stuart Mill's neo-utilitarianism.
Harriet Taylor was a significant influence on John Stuart Mill's work and ideas, reinforcing Mill's advocacy of women's rights.
* The Philosophy of the Conditioned ( 1866 ) in reply to John Stuart Mill's criticism of Hamilton ;
For a severe criticism of Brown's philosophy, see Sir William Hamilton's Discussions and Lectures on Metaphysics ; and for a high estimate of his merits, see John Stuart Mill's Examination of Hamilton.
Though not a member of John Stuart Mill's Utilitarian Society ( 1822 – 1823 ), he took a great interest in a society for reading and discussion, which met from 1823 onwards in a room at the bank before business hours, twice a week.
However it was the friendship of Evans and Lewes that acquainted him with John Stuart Mill's A System of Logic and with Auguste Comte's positivism and which set him on the road to his life's work.
Jenkins argues that empathy only enjoys such a privileged position in the present because it corresponds harmoniously with the dominant Liberal discourse of modern society and can be connected to John Stuart Mill's concept of reciprocal freedom.
It was under the immediate impression of his loss that he concluded a review he was writing of John Stuart Mill's Essay on Liberty with an argument for immortality, based on the yearning of the affections to regain communion with the beloved dead — on the impossibility of standing up and living, if we believed the separation were final.
However, the term ( and its approximate sense ) can be found at least as early as 1840, in John Stuart Mill's 1840 essay on Coleridge, where Mill contrasts the Kantian-influenced thought of " Continental philosophy " and " Continental philosophers " with the English empiricism of Bentham and the 18th century generally.
John Stuart Mill's arguments in " On Liberty " ( 1859 ) in support of the freedom of speech were phrased to include a defense of religious toleration:
Pentonville is John Stuart Mill's birthplace ( 20 May 1806 ).
In 1908 he wrote The Legal Subjection of Men as a response to John Stuart Mill's 1869 essay " The Subjection of Women.
* The Legal Subjection of Men, 1908 antithesis of John Stuart Mill's 1869 The Subjection of Women.
The undoubted passion and intensity of the text may also be due to the famous incident where he sent the completed draft of the first volume to John Stuart Mill for comment, only for Mill's maid to accidentally burn the volume to ashes, forcing Carlyle to start from scratch.
Geolibertarians are generally influenced by Georgism, but the ideas behind it pre-date Henry George, and can be found in different forms in the writings of John Locke, the French Physiocrats, Thomas Jefferson, Adam Smith, Thomas Paine, James Mill ( John Stuart Mill's father ), David Ricardo, John Stuart Mill, Herbert Spencer and Thomas Spence.

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