John Stuart Mill (May 20. 1806- May 8, 1873)

  • On Liberty was a foundation for his role in Parliament

    On Liberty was a foundation for his role in Parliament
    As a representative of Parliament, his political ideologies were applied with his most notable and famous work "On Liberty." It applies what is known as his ethical system of utilitarianism.
    Mill, John S. On Liberty. London: John W. Parker and Son, West Strand, 1859. Print.
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    Philosophical and Political contributions

    John Stuart Mill's philosophical ideologies regarding the human condition and the role of government: He believed in a natural sovereignty of individuals which could be suppressed by absolute control. Yet, he served in Parliament, he also believed in power structures to moderately contain natural proclivities of individuals for the good of society. Between 1859 and 1969 he wrote several works including On Liberty, Utilitarianism, and Subjection of Women.
  • Considerations on Representative Government

    Considerations on Representative Government
    Mill, John S. Considerations on Representative Government. London: Parker, Son, and Bourn, 1861. Print.
  • Utilitarianism

    Mill, John S. Utilitarianism. London: Parker, Son and Bourn, 1863. Print.
  • Subjection of Women

    Subjection of Women
    Mill, John S. The Subjection of Women. London: Longmans, Green, Reader and Dyer, 1869. Print.