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Chapter 3 of the author's Mill on Liberty, which Clarendon Press published in 1980. It has been included in the Victorian Web with the kind permission of the author and of the Clarendon Press, which retains copyright.
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Brown, D.G. “Mill on Liberty and Morality” Philosophical Review, 81 (1972).
_____”What is Mill's Principle of Utility” Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 3 (1973).
_____ “Mill on Harm to Others' Interests” Political Studies, 26 (1978).
Lyons, David. “Mill's Theory of Morality” Nous, 10 (1976).
_____ “Human Rights and the General Welfare” Philosophy and Public Affairs, 6 (1977).
_____ “Mill's Theory of Justice” Values and Morals, ed. Alvin L. Goldman / Jaegwon Kim. Dordrecht, 1978.
Mill, John Stuart. Utilitarianism. Utilitarianism, Liberty, Representative Government (Everyman edn).
Ryan, Alan. “Mr McCloskey on Mill's Liberalism” The Philosophical Quarterly, 14 (1964)..
_____ “John Stuart Mill's Art of Living” The Listener, 21 October 1965.
_____ The Philosophy of John Stuart Mill. London, 1970..
_____ John Stuart Mill. London, 1974.