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Mill, John Stuart

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Pronunciation: /mɪl
 
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( 1806–73), English philosopher and economist. Mill is best known for his political and moral works, especially On Liberty (1859), which argued for the importance of individuality, and Utilitarianism (1861), which extensively developed Bentham’s theory.

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Millian

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  • In the Millian view, proper names have denotation, but not connotation.
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