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  • (Answered) John Stuart Mill believed that individuals have ...

    Sep 06, 2015 · John Stuart Mill believed that individuals have the right to choose their own behavior. What did Mill say was the exception to that rule? A. If the cost of personal liberty is too high for society as a whole. B. If the individual is behaving in a foolish, self-destructive, or reckless manner. C. When the majority of the people in the society disapproved of the behavior.

  • John Stuart Mill's Brief for Individuality — Confessions ...

    John Stuart Mill's Brief for Individuality. July 05, 2014 by Miles Kimball. image source. I have been publishing a post based on John Stuart Mill's On Liberty every other Sunday since January 27, 2013. Each of these posts is a bit like a homily based on a passage of scripture; ...

  • About John Stuart Mill, a Male Feminist and Philosopher

    John Stuart Mill and Harriet Taylor had 21 years of an unmarried, intimate friendship. After her husband died, they married in 1851. That same year, she published an essay, "The Enfranchisement of Women," advocating for women being able to vote.

  • John Stuart Mill's On Liberty | Libertarianism

    John Stuart Mill (1806-1873), one of the best known intellectual figures of the nineteenth century, is especially revered by civil libertarians (as well as by Margaret Thatcher) for his essay On Liberty, published in 1859. Mill's principal concern was to ensure that individual liberty was not ...

  • John Stuart Mill - Freedom Circle

    John Stuart Mill (20 May 1806 – 8 May 1873), usually cited as J. S. Mill, was an British philosopher, political economist and civil servant. One of the most influential thinkers in the history of liberalism, he contributed to social theory, political theory and political economy.

  • On Liberty – John Stuart Mill

    Aug 21, 2013 · (On Liberty, John Stuart Mill) Other regarding actions refer to actions which directly affect other individuals. Mill maintained that if an individual performs an action which harms another individual or which encroaches on their basic rights then such an individual should be punished and if needed incarcerated. This, Mill stated, is the only ...

  • John Stuart Mill's Harm Principle: Definition & Examples ...

    This lesson will cover John Stuart Mills' harm principle, which states that society does not have the right to prevent actions which only affect the individual performing them and nobody else.

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    Sep 18, 2009 · John Stuart Mill biographer Richard Reeves discusses "The Individual and Society: How would Mill Define 'The Common Good?" at the Jepson Leadership Forum. September 16, 2009.