Subjection of women

Mill's Subjection of Women

John Stuart Mill Essays List - Pg.

Karl Marx and Alienation Compared to John Stuart Mill and Liberty
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This 8 page report discusses Karl Marx’s attitudes regarding alienation and John Stuart Mill’s theory of liberty. Karl Marx’s primary dictum, reduced in the most simplistic of terms, was that all events are determined by economic forces. Marx was always well-aware that it was not the working class but the middle class that drove history along its ever-progressing path. That reality results in a fundamental sense of alienation. John Stuart Mill believes that it is “the business of ethics” to underscore or illustrate what any person’s actual duties are and in what way those duties define individual freedom. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Aristotle and John Stuart Mill -- Concepts of Justice
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This 6 page report discusses ideas of justice as perceived by the classical philosopher Aristotle and John Stuart Mill. According to Aristotle, the human soul is made up of rational and non-rational elements. In comparison, John Stuart Mill did not model his understanding of character on any factors other than his own belief that a person’s (male or female) character develops and is forged by his or her response to society. That response is what then empowers the individual to make the necessary changes within as well as related to fundamental societal parameters. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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John Stuart Mill's Utilitarianism
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A 5 page paper which discusses the implications of John Stuart Mill's assertion in Utilitarianism that, 'Pleasure and freedom from pain are the only things desirable as ends.' Specifically considered are the principles Mill developed in Chapters 2 and 4 which make this idea plausible and critically evaluations whether his arguments are successful. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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