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Autobiography and Literary Essays (Collected Works of John by John Stuart Mill

By John Stuart Mill

Volume 1 beneficial properties Mill’s Autobiography in addition to similar essays which jointly paint a balanced photo of his youth, together with his rigorous “home education” by the hands of his father, James Mill, and the emotional main issue of his early maturity. Such insights are a superb primer for later important volumes of Mill’s paintings and shed gentle at the personality of nineteenth-century Britain’s prime liberal highbrow. This quantity was once assembled less than the course of Professor John M. Robson of the college of Toronto and contains such infrequent fabric as Mill’s youth writings, examples of his early articles released in such journals as The Westminster Review and the London Review, and a younger critique of his father’s philosophical contributions.

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The Autobiography tells us, of course, that the story does not end here, but the record of Mill's further career as an author must be sought in other volumes of the Collected Works. This is not the appropriate place to enter into detailed exposition of Mill's critical ideas or their relation to his ethical or political thought, and in any case one would be hard pressed to maintain that the essays in this volume--so various in occasion, scope, and seriousness of purpose--represent a coherent body of theory.

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