Rationale of judicial evidence, specially applied to English practice, from the MSS. of J. Bentham (1827)
John Stuart Mill, FRSE (20 May 1806 – 8 May 1873) was a British philosopher, political economist and civil servant. He was an influential contributor to social theory, political theory and political economy. He has been called "the most influential English-speaking philosopher of the nineteenth century". Mill's conception of liberty justified the freedom of the individual in opposition to unlimited state control. He was a proponent of utilitarianism, an ethical theory developed by Jeremy Bentham. Hoping to remedy the problems found in an inductive approach to science, such as confirmation bias, he clearly set forth the premises of falsifiability as the key component in the scientific method. Mill was also a Member of Parliament and an important figure in liberal political philosophy.
[by] Mary Wollstonecraft. The subjection of women [by] John Stuart Mill.; [No. 825]; Introduction by George E. G. Catlin.; "Life and bibliography, Mary Wollstonecraft": p. xxxix.; "Bibliography, John Stuart Mill": verso of p. xxxix.
Illustrations: Portraits; Edition: 3; 3rd ed.; edited by Horace N. Pym; Includes index; "To which are added fourteen original letters from J.S. Mill never before published"
by Col. H.A. Ouvry.
2: Principles of political economy : with some of their applications to social philosophy. 1, books 1.-2. / by John Stuart Mill ; introduction by V. W. Bladen ; textual editor J. M. Robson. - Toronto : Buffalo : University of Toronto Press ; London : Routledge & Kegan Paul,...
traduit de l'anglais par E. Cazelles.
John Stuart Mill; trad. de l'anglais par G. Clémenceau.
John Stuart Mill ; uit het Engelsch vertaald door Ph. van Cauteren.; Uitgave van het Willems-fonds
par M. John Stuart Mill ; traduits par MM. H. Dussard et Courcelle Seneuil ; et précédés d'une introduction par M. Courcelle Seneuil ...; Économistes et publicistes contemporains
par John Stuart Mill ; traduit sur la sixième éd. anglais par Louis Peisse.