John Stuart Mill

a biography

By Capaldi, Nicholas

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ISBN
978-0-52162-024-6
Publisher
Cambridge, England : Cambridge University Press, 2004.


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Reviewed on February 9, 2004

While he is considered to be the greatest English intellectual of the 19th century, Mill (1806-1873) is often reduced to a set of parochial engagements with his"utilitarianism." In this authoritatively comprehensive analysis of Mill's lifelong explication of the"liberal culture" spawned by the Industrial Revolution, Loyola professor of business ethics Capaldi presents a probing account of the personal, social and environmental influences on Mill and his relationship to major intellectual precursors and contemporaries. Interspersed with a series of close readings of his mostly political essays and reviews, Mill's life is cast from a diverse quilt of p...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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