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" It is desirable, in short, that in things which do not primarily concern others, individuality should assert itself. Where, not the person's own character, but the traditions or customs of other people are the rule of conduct, there is wanting one of... "
On Liberty - Page 33
by John Stuart Mill - 1913 - 68 pages
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On Liberty

John Stuart Mill - Liberty - 1863 - 68 pages
...in things which do not primarily concern others, individuality should assert itself. Where, not the person's own character, but the traditions or customs...does not lie in the appreciation of means towards an acknowl- , edged end, but in the indifference of persons in general to the end itself. If it were felt...
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On Liberty, Issue 57

John Stuart Mill - Liberty - 1865 - 68 pages
...in things which do not primarily concern others, individuality should assert itself. Where, not the person's own character, but the traditions or customs of other people are the rale of conduct, there is wanting one of the principal ingredients of human happiness, and quite the...
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Mind, Volume 10

George Croom Robertson, George Frederick Stout, George Edward Moore - Philosophy - 1885
...deprecation of the pernicious influence of routine on the mind and character, Mill says, " Where not the person's own character but the traditions or customs...of the principal ingredients of human happiness". But, happiness for whom? For JS Mill and his peers, undoubtedly! But, for the people whom he -is exhorting,...
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Political Science: Or, The State Theoretically and Practically ..., Volume 1

Theodore Dwight Woolsey - Political science - 1877 - 1211 pages
...others individuality should assert itself. Where not the person's own character, but the traditions and customs of other people, are the rule of conduct,...chief ingredient of individual and social progress " (chap, i11, pp. 107-109). It is true, indeed, that " in some early states of society individual forces...
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Mind, Volume 10

George Croom Robertson, George Frederick Stout, George Edward Moore - Philosophy - 1885
...deprecation of the pernicious influence of routine on the mind and character, Mill says, " Where not the person's own character but the traditions or customs...of the principal ingredients of human happiness". But, happiness for whom? For JS Mill and his peers, undoubtedly! But, for the people whom he is exhorting,...
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Mind, Volume 10

George Croom Robertson, George Frederick Stout, George Edward Moore - Philosophy - 1885
...deprecation of the pernicious influence of routine on the mind and character, Mill says, " Where not the person's own character but the traditions or customs...of the principal ingredients of human happiness". But, happiness for whom? For JS Mill and his peers, undoubtedly! But, for the people whom he is exhorting,...
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Some Chapters on Judaism and the Science of Religion

Louis Grossmann - Jews - 1889 - 190 pages
...different opinions, so it is that there should be different experiments of living. . . . Where, not the person's own character, but the traditions or customs...ingredients of human happiness, and quite the chief ingredients of individual and social progress " (" On Liberty," People's Edition, London, p. 33). I...
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The Greatest Works of the Greatest Authors, Ancient and Modern ...

Literature - 1894 - 896 pages
...in things which do not primarily concern others, individuality should assert itself. Whore, not the person's own character, but the traditions or customs...be encountered does not lie in the appreciation of rqeans towards an acknowledged epd, but in the indifference of persons in general to the end itself....
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Essays in Liberalism

Hilaire Belloc, Francis Wrigley Hirst, John Allsebrook Simon Simon (Viscount), John Swinnerton Phillimore, John Lawrence Hammond, Philip James Macdonell - Great Britain - 1897 - 286 pages
...blessings of State-regulated existence, and declared the full expression of personal character to be " one of the principal ingredients of human happiness,...quite the chief ingredient of individual and social progress."1 Side by side with this idea of individuality as secure from legislative interference there...
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Source book in the philosophy of education

William Heard Kilpatrick - Education - 1923 - 365 pages
...in things which do not primarily concern others, individuality should assert itself. Where, not the person's own character, but the traditions or customs...chief ingredient of individual and social progress." Mill, Liberty (London, Parker, 1859), p. 101 f. 409. THE UNIVERSITY AND DEMOCRACY "At bottom and forever,...
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