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John Stuart Mill.[1] Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Life and works of Mill with emphasis on his empirical philosophy— including views on psychology, mathematics, ethics, and social philosophy by Fred Wilson.

John Stuart Mill.[2] The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory & Criticim. A reappraisal and analysis of Mill's poetic theory, informed by contemporary philosophies of language and earlier empirical associationist theories, by W. David Shaw.

John Stuart Mill.[3] Great Books Online. Summary article of Mill's literary and cultural thought from The Cambridge History of English and American Literature.

William Wordsworth, (adapted) Duykinck; Percy Bythe Shelley, (adapted) Thoemmes



John Stuart Mill.


John Stuart Mill.


John Stuart Mill.