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  • 2012 11-19 FNF PAK - john stuart mill

    1. 1. To do as one would be done by, and to loveones neighbour as oneself, constitute the idealperfection of utilitarian morality. Liberal Thinkers 02 John Stuart Mill by Binish Javed
    2. 2. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 Overview 1. Life British philosopher, economist, moral and political theorist 2. Work Most influential English speaking philosopher 3. Impact Greatest thinkers of 19th century
    3. 3. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 1. Life
    4. 4. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 Early Life  Born in London 1806  Son of a Scottish philosopher, historian and economist - James Mill  Influence by father, Jeremy Bentham and Francis Place  At age twenty suffered nervous breakdown
    5. 5. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 His Studies  At age of three was taught Greek  At age of eight began studying Latin  appointed school master to younger children of family  Main subject of interest was history
    6. 6. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 Studies  At age twelve thorough study of scholastic logic  Study of political economy
    7. 7. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 Serious Illness  1826 – suffered serious mental depression  Change in inherited opinions
    8. 8. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 Influenced by  New influences by : 1. Wordsworth 2. Coleridge 3. Carlyle 4. Goethe 5. Saint Simonians 6. Comte
    9. 9. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 Social and Political Conceptions  Value for poetry and art  Change in political and social conceptions
    10. 10. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 2. Work
    11. 11. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 Work  1843 – a System of logic  Political Economy  1859 – Liberty (joint product with step daughter Helen Taylor)
    12. 12. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 Work  1861 – Considerations on Representative Government  1861 – Fraser’s Magazine (set of essays on moral philosophy)
    13. 13. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 Utalitarianism  Published 1863  Establishes idea of public welfare => “father of welfare state”
    14. 14. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 Publications  1865 – Auguste Comte and Positivism  1869 – Subjection of Women
    15. 15. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 Representation in Parliament 1865–1868: Parliamentary representation of Westminister
    16. 16. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 3. Impact
    17. 17. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 Impact  Greatest thinkers of 19th century  Immense influence upon modern culture  Contemporary philosophy and modern thought
    18. 18. Binish Javed John Stuart Mill Nov. 11, 2012 Impact  Many facets of Mill’s thought and influence  Synopsis of recent developments

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