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by John Stuart Mill

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Through Mill's autobiography, the social and political climate of nineteenth century England comes alive. The reader is given new insights into the events of an age: the reform movements, the English-Irish question, the development of democratic principles. With candor and perception, Mill discusses these issues and explains how they influenced his writing and

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Autobiography 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
JimJim More than 1 year ago
In attempting to find an autobiographical account of some great thinker's mental development, at which stages primarly between childhood and adolescence, I fortuitously happened upon "Autobiography" by John Stewart Mill. In which he narrates so well, each successive phase of his intellectual development. In fact, a significant portion was commited to detail of both his early education and his adult self-education. I can say the substance of Mill's autobiography has principally satisfied a part of my search, as to how a proper thinker, from youth to adulthood, might come about. I strongly recommend
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If you want to know something ask. Even though im mostlikly going to lie to you ;)
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