John Stuart Mill's Social and Political Thought: Critical Assessments
Psychology Press, 1998 - 1696 стор.
This collection covers the breadth of Mill's work in social theory and political economy, including his ethics, liberalism, theory of government, methodology and feminism. It represents the most important scholarly and philosophical criticism of this century, illustrating the development of modern Mill scholarship and the influence of changing social conditions and philosophical trends upon it.
In a general introduction the editor describes the social and intellectual context of Mill criticism, and provides a linking commentary to the material in each volume. The material in the collection displays the breadth and depth of high-quality scholarly and philosophical criticism of Mill's social thought.
* Volume One covers Social Ethics
* Volume Two covers Freedom
* Volume Three covers Politics and Government
* Volume Four covers Method, Life, Feminism and Culture
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Review of Considerations on Representative Government
J S Mill and Democracy 182961 I J H Burns
J S MiU and Democracy 182961 II H Burns
John Stuart Mill and Democracy Graeme Duncan
An Introduction to Mills Theory of Authority
MiU and Tocqueville H O Pappe
A Note on the Importance of Class in the Political Theory
J S Mill and Political Violence Geraint Williams
John Stuart Mill on the Theory of Property John Gray
Mills Doubts About Freedom Under Socialism
the Development of John Stuart Mills Views on Socialism
John Stuart Mill and the Welfare State Q Kurer
J S Mills Liberal Utilitarian Assessment of Capitalism Versus
J S Mills Defense of
J S Mill and the Secret Ballot Bruce L Kinder
J S Mill and the Problem of Party Bruce L Kinder
J S Mill and India Ljnn Zastoupil
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