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Article Number - AF76BA4286


Vol.1(2), pp. 32-33 , July 2009

ISSN: 2141-663X



Short Communication

Review of Baum Bruce: Re-reading power and freedom in J.S. Mill, University of Toronto press, 2000


Vasilis Grollios




Vasilis Grollios


Email: vgrollios@gmail.com






 Accepted: 16 July 2009  Published: 31 July 2009

Copyright © 2009 Author(s) retain the copyright of this article.
This article is published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0


One of the most interesting books about J.S. Mill’s political and social philosophy is Bruce Baum’s PhD thesis. His book is one of the very few that seriously try to lift to the surface economic freedom and distributive justice in Mill’s social theory and to relate liberty and equality in this philosopher’s social thought.

 

Key words: Social expediency, democracy, working class, competition.

 

Bruce Baum (2000). Rereading power and freedom in J.S.Mill, 170.
 
Bruce Baum (2000). Rereading power and freedom in J.S.Mill, 274.
 
Bruce Baum (2000). Rereading power and freedom in J.S.Mill, 274.
 
Bruce Baum (2002). ibid., 265.
 
For Mill's view on the nature of Capital see, J.S.Mill, Principles of political economy, Collected works 2, Book I, chapter V, paragraph 4. (1965). p. 68-70.
 
Mill JS (1977). "On liberty", Collected Works 19, 292.
 
Mill JS (1977). "Considerations on representative government", Collected Works 19, 475.
 
Mill JS (1977). "Utilitarianism", Collected Works 19, 258.

 


APA (2009). Review of Baum Bruce: Re-reading power and freedom in J.S. Mill, University of Toronto press, 2000. Philosophical Papers and Review, 1(2), 32-33.
Chicago Vasilis Grollios. "Review of Baum Bruce: Re-reading power and freedom in J.S. Mill, University of Toronto press, 2000." Philosophical Papers and Review 1, no. 2 (2009): 32-33.
MLA Vasilis Grollios. "Review of Baum Bruce: Re-reading power and freedom in J.S. Mill, University of Toronto press, 2000." Philosophical Papers and Review 1.2 (2009): 32-33.
   
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