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John Stuart Mill on Liberty

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45mins

17 Jun 2022

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FOUNDATIONS: John Stuart Mill, Part 2

A Freedom of Ideas

In Season 2 - our FOUNDATIONS series - we’ll examine European philosophers from the 17th through the 19th centuries, to see how their views have shaped and defined our own… whether we realize it or not. We begin with the thesis statement from Mill’s ON LIBERTY. We continue our discussion by exploring the fact that how we are perceived or identified may affect how we are included, or excluded, from aspects of freedom in Civil Society. Specifically, in a system that we describe as being driven by the dynamics of reason, we’ll ask how being denied the status as a rational individual – in essence, being perceived as somewhat or entirely incapable of reason - limits our access to power and freedom. A FREEDOM OF IDEAS may be found online at afreedomofideas.com. Support the Podcast... and the Podcaster through Patreon, or by buying some AFOI Merch(andise) at the show's Redbubble shop. ***SEASON TWO READINGS AND SOURCES***On Liberty, by John Stuart MillJohn Locke's 2nd Treatise on Civil Government, by John LockeMeditations on First Philosophy, by René DescartesThinking, Fast and Slow, by Daniel KahnemanSand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World, by Tyson YunkaportaA Treatise of Human Nature [Books 1-3], by David HumeLeviathan, by Thomas HobbesThe Social Contract, by Jean-Jacques RousseauDiscourse on the Origin of Inequality, by Jean-Jacques RousseauThe Encyclopedia Logic (Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences Series #1), by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelPhilosophy of Mind: Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences (Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences Series #3), by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelHegel's Philosophy of Right, by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (Thom Brooks, Editor) Copyright 2022 Cori Di Biase

1hr 4mins

24 Mar 2022

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Nudie Reads John Stuart Mill On Liberty [S2E19]

Nudie Reads

John Stuart Mill wrote On Liberty in 1859 and it is as relevant today as then. Never out of print for over 160 years it's a political philosophy classic. How much liberty do you feel you enjoy where you are? 🇬🇧✍️🔔🎯🐐 Get in touch: Email: nudiereads@gmail.com Web: https://about.me/nudiereads Instagram: instagram.com/nudiereads Podcast: https://anchor.fm/nudiereads Review: https://ratethispodcast.com/nudiereads--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nudie-reads/message

38mins

20 Mar 2022

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FOUNDATIONS: John Stuart Mill, Part 1

A Freedom of Ideas

In Season 2 - our FOUNDATIONS series - we’ll examine European philosophers from the 17th through the 19th centuries, to see how their views have shaped and defined our own… whether we realize it or not. We begin with the thesis statement from Mill’s ON LIBERTY. In what amounts to a fundamentally libertarian view of freedom – that my own freedom should not be limited, so long as I am not doing harm to others – we begin by asking: What constitutes harm?How must differing perspectives and power dynamics be weighed and considered? What does it means that the currency and mechanisms of our freedom, and the institutions of civil society that are designed to protect and ensure that freedom, are rooted in basic dynamics of European reasoning? A FREEDOM OF IDEAS may be found online at afreedomofideas.com.Support the Podcast... and the Podcaster through Patreon, or by buying some AFOI Merch(andise) at the show's Redbubble shop. SEASON TWO READINGS AND SOURCESOn Liberty, by John Stuart MillJohn Locke's 2nd Treatise on Civil Government, by John LockeMeditations on First Philosophy, by René DescartesThinking, Fast and Slow, by Daniel KahnemanSand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World, by Tyson YunkaportaA Treatise of Human Nature [Books 1-3], by David HumeLeviathan, by Thomas HobbesThe Social Contract, by Jean-Jacques RousseauDiscourse on the Origin of Inequality, by Jean-Jacques RousseauThe Encyclopedia Logic (Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences Series #1), by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelPhilosophy of Mind: Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences (Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences Series #3), by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelHegel's Philosophy of Right, by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (Thom Brooks, Editor) Copyright 2022 Cori Di Biase

55mins

17 Mar 2022

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TLA Arguing for Liberty from John Stuart Mill

The Prepper Broadcasting Network

Tactical arguments and study for freedom with Aden Tate!

56mins

6 Jul 2021

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On Liberty (Ch. I), by John Stuart Mill

Harvard Classics

"Democracy" has not always been the choice of oppressed people. The tyranny of the majority is a recognized evil as harmful as the misrule of a king. And rather than exchange a lesser evil for a greater, a rule by king has often been preferred to a republic. (Volume 25, Harvard Classics)

1 Jul 2021

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Autobiography (Ch. I), by John Stuart Mill

Harvard Classics

John Stuart Mill – one of the greatest intellects in England – tells how his father educated him. At the early age of three years he began the study of Greek, and at twelve started writing a book of his own. (Volume 25, Harvard Classics) James Mill, father of John Stuart Mill, died June 23, 1836.

31mins

24 Jun 2021

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Ep. 13 - Bald and Bankrupt and John Stuart Mill

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In this episode, we discuss and compare the extraordinary adventures of YouTube travel vlogger Bald and Bankrupt (also known as Benjamin Rich) and the foundational, 19th-century philosophy of John Stuart Mill.

1hr 12mins

13 May 2021

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John Stuart Mill: Utilitarianism

World Of Literature

What is wrong and what is right? The question philosophers have pondered throughout time has created various amount of ethical theories that argue to hold the answer to that question. One of those theories is Utilitarianism, the greatest happiness principle, which claims that actions are right as they create happiness and wrong as they create the reverse of it.   John Stuart Mill was raised by his father to be a believer of this theory. Following the footsteps of Bentham, John Stuart Mill proposed that the foundation of ethics should be build upon the idea of Utilitarianism. This led him to publish three essays that were made to defend and to clarify the principle. Eventually those essays were put together and published in the format of a book in 1863 and those essays have developed to be essential parts of the 19th century philosophy. In this work, Mill defends the principle, answers to its critics, clarifies the principle and also adds his own to it, as he distances himself from act utilitarianism in favor of rule utilitarianism. How did Mill defend the principle and most importantly, is he right? Should ethics be grounded upon the idea of utilitarianism?   "By happiness, is intended pleasure, and the absence of pain; by unhappiness, pain, and the privation of pleasure."

25mins

13 Apr 2021

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John Stuart Mill: On Liberty

World Of Literature

On liberty by John Stuart Mill is a classic philosophical work of libertarianism and a demand for freedom of thought, conscience, speech, ideas, tastes and pursuits. On liberty, John Stuart Mill examines and argues why the freedom of the individual is the best recipe for making a functioning and prospering society. He defends the classic harm principle: people should be free to act however they wish unless their actions cause harm to others. He takes a look at what are the proper limitations of liberty and why those limitations are rare and few as the freedom of the individual is not only for the better of all but a necessity.  “If all mankind minus one, were of one opinion, and only one person were of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one person, than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.” 

28mins

7 Mar 2021

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