Adam Smith

Apr 02, 2014Adam Smith was an economist and philosopher who wrote what is considered the bible of capitalism, The Wealth of Nations, in which he details the first system of political economy

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Why John Stuart Mill Matters: Think for Yourself

Mar 11, 2012The first post in a series looking at John Stuart Mill and the defence of individual liberty. The great English philosopher and thinker John Stuart Mill (1806-1873) regarded himself as

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Majority Rule/Minority Rights: Essential Principles

Mill's views became the basis for much of liberal political philosophy, whether it is economic liberalism or social liberalism. How do majority rule and the protection of minority rights function in practice? Clearly, the two can easily collide when the assertion of Madisonian rights and Millian liberalism confront an immovable democratic majority.

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Don't Abandon Afghanistan's Economy Too

Aug 27, 2021The single clearest index of this dependence-based relationship is its balance of trade. Afghanistan is in deficit to the tune of 25 to 30 percent of its GDP. At $7 billion in 2020, Afghanistan

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(PDF) JOHN STUART MILL'S INSTITUTIONAL INDIVIDUALISM

In Mill's analysis, the dialectical relation between knowledge and nature penetrates through culture, which is regarded by Mill as a structural element of each stage of economic development.

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Utilitarianism: The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number

Utilitarianism: The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number. Utilitarianism is an ethical system that determines morality on the basis of the greatest good for the greatest number. A modern form of utilitarianism is situation ethics. Kerby Anderson examines the problems with this ethical system, and evaluates it from a biblical perspective.

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John Stuart Mill's Liberal thought on Education and the

John Stuart Mill (180 - 1873) was the most influential English language philosopher of the nineteenth century. He created a great number of works which attracted remarkable public attention in the past and positive reviews even in these days. In this article, the author wants to clarify J. S. Mill's education and self-education process during his childhood with his views on education.

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Economic Ideas of Mahatma Gandhi

Apr 17, 2013Economic Ideas of Mahatma Gandhi, much like everything else in his life, were governed by ethical and moral considerations. His stress on rural economy and emphasis on a simple life, coupled with

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James Mill

Mar 06, 2021Mill, James 1773-1836. BIBLIOGRAPHY. James Mill was a British political philosopher, economist, and historian. Born in Scotland, he was educated at the University of Edinburgh through the patronage of Sir John Stuart, where he attended the lectures of the philosopher Dugald Stewart (1753 – 1828) and specialized in philosophy, according to Alexander Bain ' s 1882 James Mill: A Biography.

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Adam Smith's Philosophy – Political Economy

Jan 04, 2010Adam Smith's Philosophy. Adam Smith was a Scottish moral philosopher with noteworthy contributions to political economy relating to how individuals make the market economy and free trade. However, at the core of his thinking, he was driven by a moral conviction to find how to improve society in a just way. He is considered the father of

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Identity, Belief, and Bias* Geoffrey L. Cohen Stanford

"mill" of people's prior beliefs (Kruglanski, Webster, Klein, 1993; see also Vallone, Ross, Lepper, 1985). For example, among political experts, expertise in a given domain of world affairs predicted greater bias and worse accuracy when it was accompanied by ideological extremity and a thinking style that favored simplification.

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Kant and Mill on Physician

Kant and Mill on Physician-Assisted Suicide. Dr. Timothy Quill made headlines in the fields of patient rights and euthanasia when he published "Death and Dignity" in the New England Journal of Medicine (1991). In the articlce, Quill described his long-term patient, Diane, who had a history of surviving vaginal cancer and regaining control

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Difference Between Modern Liberalism and Classical

Sep 27, 2011• Economic Preferences: • Classical liberalism liked taxation with low taxes, low or no tariff, etc. • Modern liberalism liked high tax systems, many laws on businesses, high minimum wage laws, etc. Images Courtesy: Adam Smith and John Stuart Mill via Wikicommons (Public Domain)

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Does Culture Affect Economic Outcomes?

economic relations, he argued that the underlying technology determines the type of social structure prevailing and even the dominant culture: the hand-mill pro-duces feudal society and the steam-mill capitalism. In a famous passage in his preface to "A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy," Marx (1859 [1979]) wrote:

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John Stuart Mill on the Role of Custom in Human Life

Sep 28, 2013John Stuart Mill on the Role of Custom in Human Life. Nobody denies that people should be so taught and trained in youth, as to know and benefit by the ascertained results of human experience. But it is the privilege and proper condition of a human being, arrived at the maturity of his faculties, to use and interpret experience in his own way.

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Sociocultural Factors Impacting Economic Development

Nov 27, 2020Economic development is when is a society shifts from traditional, agricultural-based living standards into an industrialized and business-driven society, for

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John Stuart Mill

John Stuart Mill. The English philosopher and economist John Stuart Mill (1806-1873) was the most influential British thinker of the 19th century. He is known for his writings on logic and scientific methodology and his voluminous essays on social and political life. John Stuart Mill was born on May 20, 1806, in London to James and Harriet

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J.S. Mill and Hate Speech

J.S. Mill and Hate Speech. DAVID CARLIN. John Stuart Mill's book On Liberty (1859) is the great foundational document of today's dominant theory of morality: I mean moral liberalism, the theory that says that, for adults, any conduct is morally permissible provided it

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The Strike at Homestead Mill

The bitter conflict in 1892 at his steel plant in Homestead, Pennsylvania revealed Andrew Carnegie's conflicting beliefs regarding the rights of labor.

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Mill on Liberty and Utilitarianism

Mill, by contrast, had the luxury of concerning himself with social improvement. In its time, the early to mid-19th century, classical utilitarianism was a doctrine of reform. They were for rationalizing the legal system, liberalizing the economy, promoting science, and public education. Following in this tradition, utilitarians today tend to

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Jeremy Bentham versus John Stuart Mill

Jul 30, 2016Jeremy Bentham versus John Stuart Mill. Utilitarianism speaks of pleasures, pain, quality, quantity, etcetera. This paper intends to reintroduce the definition, concepts, as well as, ideas provided by the greatest thinkers namely: Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill. It also aims to state the differences between their concepts.

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The Subjection of Women Summary

Nov 25, 2019The Subjection of Women is an essay published in 1869 by English philosopher, parliamentarian, and political economist John Stuart Mill. Mill

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Scott Morrison. Politics and Pentecostalism 101

Scott Morrison's personal religion is entirely his own business. However, given recent public statements about his beliefs, by himself and in the media, it is legitimate to ask about Pentecostalism in Australia and its relationship, if any, to politics and politicians. Two odd bedfellows in contemporary politics are the preachers of neoliberal economic policies on the Continue reading

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What Is the Liberal Response to Illiberal Speech? John

Apr 17, 2018And yet, while the ideal of free speech is a core Western value, it often finds itself pitted against another of Mill's principles—namely, that of toleration. Legal license and social acceptance of nearly all religious beliefs, cultures, and lifestyles are critical to the maintenance of a liberal society, says Mill.

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Utilitarianism

In this video, I take a look at John Stuart Mill's Utilitarianism. The work is summarized with reference to Jeremy Bentham and Ursula K. Le Guin's The Ones W

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John Locke Economic Theory – Political Economy

Apr 10, 2011John Locke on inequality. Locke believed that in nature men are generally equal in talents and skills. This was an enlightenment idea. Although modern psychology might argue against this, I personally believe the talents of people are more equal (but sometimes different) than unequal. Economic inequality comes about when people applied talent

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Karl Marx

Karl Marx is a well-studied and well-cited economist. Marx believed that in a capitalist system, society would inevitably divide themselves into two classes: (1) the business owners and (2) the workers. He's been a prominent voice in the debate against capitalism, writing the famous books The Communist Manifesto and Das Kapital and inspiring

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(PDF) JOHN STUART MILL'S INSTITUTIONAL INDIVIDUALISM

In Mill's analysis, the dialectical relation between knowledge and nature penetrates through culture, which is regarded by Mill as a structural element of each stage of economic development.

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Ideology Examples: Political and Cultural Beliefs

The ways that political parties differ from each other are referred to as ideological differences. Political ideology impacts one's beliefs about the role of government in society. Classical liberalism is a capitalistic ideology that stands for a limited government with political freedom, civil liberties and laissez-faire economic policies.

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Socialist Beliefs, Socialism Beliefs, Socialist Ideology

Political Ideologies: Socialism. Socialism is an ideology that has a range of economic and social systems characterised by social proprietorship and democratic control of the means of production as well as the political beliefs, theories, and movements that aim at their formation.

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Philosophical Disquisitions: Mill's Argument for Free

Nov 14, 2018The notes are intended to explain the logic, structure and shortcomings of J.S. Mill's defence of free speech. They are my take on the argument, not a definitive interpretation or analysis of Mill. Nevertheless, I hope they explicate the structure of Mill's argument a bit better than some of the other online summaries.

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What We Believe – The Episcopal Church

We Episcopalians believe in a loving, liberating, and life-giving God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. As constituent members of the Anglican Communion in the United States, we are descendants of and partners with the Church of England and the Scottish Episcopal Church, and are part of the third largest group of Christians in the world. We believe in following the teachings of Jesus Christ

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