J.S.Mill: Critical Assessments (Critical Assessments of Leading Political Philosophers)

J.S.Mill: Critical Assessments (Critical Assessments of Leading Political Philosophers)

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VOLUME 1 Preface General Commentary Appendix: Chronological Table of Reprinted Articles SECTION ONE: THE LIFE OF J. S MILL AND PERSPECTIVES ON HIS THOUGHT Commentary 1. John Stuart Mill and Mrs. Taylor S. E. Henshaw 2. The Economics of John Stuart Mill J. Bonar 3. John Stuart Mill's Attitude Toward Neo-Malthusianism N. E. Himes 4. John Stuart Mill, the Reformer, 1806-1873 J. Bonar 5. John Stuart Mill, Pioneer of Democratic Liberalism in England J. S. Schapiro 6. J. S. Mill and J. E. Cairnes G. O'Brien 7. The 'Mental Crisis' of John Stuart Mill A. W. Levi 8. Utility and Radicalism, 1825-1837: A Note on the Mill-Roebuck Friendship F. E. Hyde 9. Bentham and J. S. Mill: The Utilitarian Background J. Viner 10. The Writing of Mill's Autobiography A. W. Levi 11. William Whewell and John Stuart Mill: Their Controversy about Scientific Knowledge E. W. Strong 12. J. S. Mill on Democracy, 1829-1861 J. H Burns 13. J. S. Mill and the Definition of Freedom J. P. Scanlan 14. A Re-reading of Mill on Liberty J. C. Rees 15. John Stuart Mill and the Working-out of Empiricism J. H. Randall 16. Was Mill for Liberty? J. C. Rees 17. A New Exploration of Mill's Essay On Liberty R. B. Friedman 18. Some Recent Interpreations of John Stuart Mill R. J. Halliday 20. Mill and Liberty C. L. Ten 21. J. S. Mill on Alternative Economic Systems D. L. Losman 22. J. S. Mill's Political Philosophy of Mind M. Hollis 23. Mill on Liberty and Morality D. G. Brown 24. Mill and Cairnes and the Emergence of Marginalism in England N. B. de Marchi 25. John Stuart Mill and the Limits of State Action R Wollheim 26. Comte, Mill and Cairnes: The Positivist-Empiricist Interlude in Late Classical Economics R. B. Ekelund and E. S. Olsen 27. The Worth of J. S. Mill On Liberty T. Honderich 28. John Stuart Mill's Methodology J. K. Whitaker 29. Mill's Principle of Liberty G. L. Williams 30. Mill's Notion of Social Responsibility P.R. Struhl 31. Mill on Harm to Others' Interests D. G. Brown 32. Mill's Conception of Individuality R. F. Ladenson 33. The Logic of J. S. Mill on Freedom G. W. Smith 34. J. S. Mill on Edger and Reville: An Episode in the Development of Mill's Conception of Freedom G. W. Smith 35. William Whewell and John Stuart Mill on the Methodology of Political Economy S. Hollander 36. 'Dynamic Equilibrium' with Constand Wages: J. S. Mill's Malthusian Analysis of the Secular Wage Path S. Hollander VOLUME II SECTION TWO: J. S. Mill's Principles of Political Economy Commentary 37. Principles of Political Economy W. Bagehot 38. Mill, the Principles of Political Economy N. W Senior 39. Variations in the Editions of J. S. Mill's Principles of Political Economy M. A. Ellis 40. Rent and Price: 'Alternative Use' and 'Scarcity Value' L. H. Haney 41. John Stuart Mill's Principles: A Centernary Estimate V. W. Bladen 42. On the Possibility of Optimum (Unique) Equilibrium in Mill's Reciprocal Demand T. N. Dhar 43. The Success of J. S. Mill's Principles N. B. de Marchi 44. A Note on Mill's Theory of International Values A. J. Dalal 45. A Reconsideration of hte Additions to Mill's 'Great Chapter' D. R. Appleyard and J. C. Ingram 46. Mill's 'Superstructure': How Well Does It Stand Up? J. S. Chipman 47. Further Thoughts on Mill's 'Great Chapter': A Reply D. R Appleyard and J. C. Ingram 48. John Stuart Mill on Value G. de Vivo VOLUME III SECTION THREE: MILLIAN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS Commentary 49. Mill on Machinery J. E. LeRossignol 50. John Stuart Mill and the Law of Markets B. A. Balassa 51. Mill and the Law of Markets: Comment L. C. Hunter 52. Mill on Freedom and Voluntary Association A. L. Harris 53. Technology and Aggregate Demand in J. S. Mill's Economic System S. Hollander 54. The Empirical Content and Longevity of Ricardian Economics N. B. de Marchi 55. The Money Supply Theory of J. S. Mill T. Havrilesky 56. Population and Mill's Peasant-Proprietor Economy W. C. Bush 57. A Short-run Classical Model of Capital and Wages: Mill's Recantation of the Wages Fund R. B. Ekelund 58. The New Political Economy of J. S. Mill: the Means to Social Justice R. B. Ekelund and R. D. Tollison 59. J. S. Mill's New Political Economy: Another View R. B. Ekelund and R. D. Tollison 60. J. S. Mill's Redistribution Policy: New Political Economy or Old? E. G. West 61. J. S. Mill, Unions, and the Wages Fund Recantation: A Reinterpreation E. G. West and R. W. Hafer 62. J. S. Mill, Unions, and the Wages Fund Recantation: A Reinterpreation - Comment R. B. Ekelund and W. F. Kordsmeier 63. J. S. Mill, Unions, and the Wages Fund Recantation: A Reinterpreation - Reply E. G. West and R. W. Hafer 64. Mill on Proprietorship, Productivity, and Population: A Theoretical Reappraisal M. E. Bradley 65. Mill's Recantation Once Again: Reply to Professor Negishi R. B. Ekelund VOLUME IV SECTION FOUR: SPECIALISED TOPICS 66. John Stuart Mill and the London and Westminster Review C. Towers 67. The Place of John Stuart Mill and of Robert Owen in the History of English Neo-Malthusianism N. E. Himes 68. J. S. Mill's Correspondance F. A. Hayek 69. John Stuart Mill and the Saint Simonians J. R. Hainds 70. The Centenary of Marx and Mill V. W. Bladen 71. John Stuart Mill and Marxian Socialism L. S. Feuer 72. Comment J. S. Schapiro 73. John Stuart Mill's Visit to Wordsworth, 1831 A. J. Mill 74. The Earliest Use of the Term 'Social Science' P. R. Senn 75. Packe on Mill L. Robbins 76. John Stuart Mill: Letters on the French Revolution of 1830 F. E. Mineka 77. Karl Marx and John Stuart Mill B. A. Balassa 78. Mill and Cairnes on the Rate of Interest L. C. Hunter 79. J. S. Mill and the Term 'Social Science' J. H. Burns 80. Further Remarks About Early Use of the Term 'Social Science' G. C. Iggers 81. J. S. Mill on Monopology and Socialism: A Note A. L. Harris 82. John Stuart Mill's Theory of International Relations K. E. Miller 83. The Religious Thought of John Stuart Mill: A Study in Reluctant Scepticism R.Carr 84. John Stuart Mill: Servant of hte East India Company A. L. Harris 85. Similarities in the Work of John Stuart Mill and Karl Marx B. Shoul 86. John Stuart Mill and Laissez Faire: London Water P. Schwartz 87. Sir John Herschel's Marginal Notes on Mill's On Liberty, 1859 S. Ross 88. Mill and Comte on the Methods of Social Science D. Lewishohn 89. John Stuart Mill: The Subjection of Women: An Analysis A. Tatalovich 90. Poetry, Pushpin and Utility M. Bronfenbrenner 91. Keynes's Misquotation of Mill J. R. Davis and F. J. Casey 92. Keyne's Misquotation of Mill: Comment D. Patinkin 93. The Theory of Small Enterprise: Smith, Mill, Marshall, and Marx J. D. Phillips 94. Keyne's Misquotation of Mill: Further Comment J. R. Davis 95. On Keyne's Quotations from Mill: A Note P. Bridel 96. Liberty and the Higher Pleasures: In Defense of Mill M. S. McPherson 97. Liberty and the Higher Pleasures: Reply M. Bronfenbrenner 98. John Stuart Mill and the French Revolution J. Coleman 99. John Stuart Mill on Colonies and Colonisation R. N. Ghosh

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  • publication date: 22/01/1987
  • ISBN13: 9780415065726
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 1456
  • ID: 9780415065726
  • weight: 2993
  • ISBN10: 0415065720

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