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" I fully admit that the mischief which a person does to himself, may seriously affect, both through their sympathies and their interests, those nearly connected with him, and in a minor degree, society at large. "
On Liberty - Страница 145
по John Stuart Mill - 1859 - 207 страници
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liberty

john stuart mill - 1859
...any person's individuality. There must be some length of time and amount of experience, after which a moral or prudential truth may be regarded as established...connected with him, and in a minor degree, society at large. When, by conduct of this sort, a person is led to violate a distinct and assignable obligation...

On Liberty

John Stuart Mill - 1863 - 223 страници
...any person's individuality. There must be some length of time and amount of experience, after which a moral or prudential truth may be regarded as established:...connected with him, and in a minor degree, society at large. When, by conduct of this sort, a person is led to violate a distinct and assignable obligation...

The Christian Examiner, Том 74

Edward Everett Hale - 1863
...between the two classes Mr. Mill states with his usual candor and fulness, and meets as follows : — " I fully admit that the mischief which a person does...sympathies and their interests, those nearly connected with them, and in a minor degree society at large. When by conduct of this sort a person is led to violate...

On Liberty

John Stuart Mill - 1865 - 68 страници
...any person's individuality. There must be some length of time and amount of experience, after which a moral or prudential truth may be regarded as established:...nearly connected with him, and in a minor degree, 48 society at large. When, by conduct of this sort, a person is led to violate a distinct and assignable...

Individual liberty, legal, moral, and licentious; in which the political ...

George Vasey (miscellaneous writer.) - 1877
...any person's individuality. There must be some length of time and amount of experience, after which a moral or prudential truth may be regarded as established;...precipice, which has been fatal to their predecessors." 3. This is admirably and forcibly expounded, and true to the letter. In these objections, the author...

Outlines of the History of Ethics for English Readers, Том 59; Том 718

Henry Sidgwick - 1886 - 276 страници
...of social interference which society is only justified in using for its own protection. Mill admits that the mischief which a person does to himself may seriously, affect those connected with him through sympathy or interest, and, in a minor degree, society at large : but...

Outlines of the History of Ethics for English Readers, Том 59; Том 718

Henry Sidgwick - 1886 - 276 страници
...of social interference which society is only justified in using for its own protection. Mill admits that the mischief which a person does to himself may seriously affect those connected with him through sympathy or interest, and, in a minor degree, society at large : but...

The Greatest Works of the Greatest Authors, Ancient and Modern ...

1894 - 896 страници
...any person's individuality. There must be some length of time and amount of experience, after which a moral or prudential truth may be regarded as established...connected with him, and in a minor degree, society at large. When, by conduct of this sort, a person is led to violate a distinct and assignable obligation...

On Liberty: The Subjection of Women

John Stuart Mill - 1895 - 394 страници
...any person's individuality. There must be some length of time and amount of experience, after which a moral or prudential truth may be regarded as established...connected with him, and in a minor degree, society at large. When, by conduct of this sort, a person is led to violate a distinct and assignable obligation...

Sociology and Social Progress: A Handbook for Students of Sociology

Thomas Nixon Carver - 1905 - 810 страници
...any person's individuality. .There must be some length of time and amount of experience, after which a moral or prudential truth may be regarded as established;...connected with him, and in a minor degree, society at large. When, by conduct of this sort, a person is led to violate a distinct and assignable obligation...




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