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Noun1.John Stuart Mill - English philosopher and economist remembered for his interpretations of empiricism and utilitarianism (1806-1873)John Stuart Mill - English philosopher and economist remembered for his interpretations of empiricism and utilitarianism (1806-1873)
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* Before Avis Everhard was born, John Stuart Mill, in his essay, ON LIBERTY, wrote: "Wherever there is an ascendant class, a large portion of the morality emanates from its class interests and its class feelings of superiority."
He made as many thoughts as Stuart Mill; but his philosophy concerned flesh and blood, and was experimental as to its method.
There were also one or two portraits of fathers and grandmothers, and an engraving of John Stuart Mill, after the picture by Watts.
Moderator Reverend Stuart Mill welcomed everyone and opened the meeting with a minute silence and to give a reflection of the recent tragedies throughout the world.
Thomas Robert Malthus, David Ricardo, James Mill, John Stuart Mill, and other liberals, radicals, and reformers had a hand in conceptual transformations that culminated in the advent of neoclassical economics.
John Stuart Mill, for his part, co-authored with his wife Harriet Taylor Mill treatises against domestic violence and male domination and tracts in favor of women's education.
John Stuart Mill had an unusually intensive classical education that enabled him to read Greek and Latin as a young man with a fluency that few people today manage in a lifetime.
In so doing, they follow in the steps of Thomas Paine, John Stuart Mill, and John Kenneth Galbraith.
The Life of John Stuart Mill. New York: The MacMillan Company; 1954.
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IT astounds me how the Liberal philosophy, pioneered by John Locke and John Stuart Mill, has been tragically neglected.
SIR - It astounds me how the Liberal philosophy, pioneered by John Locke and John Stuart Mill, has been tragically neglected.