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I. Childhood, and Early Education
II. Moral Influences in Early Youth. My Father's Character and Opinions
III. Last Stage of Education, and First of Self-Education
IV. Youthful Propagandism. The Westminster Review.
V. A Crisis in My Mental History. One Stage Onward
VI. Commencement of the Most Valuable Friendship of My Life. My Father's Death. Writings and Other Proceedings up to 1840
VII. General View of the Remainder of My Life
Index of Personal Names
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.
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