John Stuart Mill
John Stuart Mill
To do as one would be done by, and to love one's neighbour as oneself, constitute the ideal perfection of utilitarian morality.
Utilitarianism, London, 1863

Writings by John Stuart Mill
[books / book excerpts]
·  The Logic of the Moral Sciences. Excerpted from A System of Logic. London, 1843, 8th ed. 1872. [French translation]
·  Essays on Some Unsettled Questions of Political Economy. London, 1844.
·  Principles of Political Economy. London, 1848, 7th ed. 1871.
·  On Liberty. London, 1859. [French translation]
·  Dissertations and Discussions. London, 1859, 4th ed. 1882.
·  Considerations on Representative Government. London, 1861.
·  Utilitarianism. London, 1863. Reprinted from Fraser's Magazine, 1861. [French translation]
·  Auguste Comte and Positivism. London, 1865. Reprinted from Westminster Review, 1865. [French translation]
·  An Examination of Sir Hamilton's Philosophy. London, 1865.
·  The Subjection of Women. London, 1869. [French translation] [Spanish translation]
·  Autobiography. London, 1873. [French translation]
·  Three Essays on Religion [Nature + Utility of Religion + Theism]. London, 1874.
·  Chapters on Socialism. Fortnightly Review, 1879.
[articles]
·  Free Discussion (1). Morning Chronicle, 1823.
·  Free Discussion (2). Morning Chronicle, 1823.
·  Free Discussion (3). Morning Chronicle, 1823.
·  A Defense of Bentham. Excerpted from 'Whewell on Moral Philosophy'. Westminster Review, 1836.
·  Note on N. W. Senior's Political Economy. In Senior's Outline of the Science of Political Economy, London, 1836.
·  The Negro Question. Fraser's Magazine, 1850.
·  Bentham. 1838, 2nd ed. 1859.
·  The Contest in America. Fraser's Magazine, 1862.
·  Inaugural Address. Delivered to the University of St. Andrews, 1867.
·  Meetings in Royal Parks. Delivered in Parliament, 1867.
·  Speech in Favour of Capital Punishment. Delivered in Parliament, 1868.
·  Thornton on Labour and its Claims. Fortnightly Review, 1869.
·  Theism. In Three Essays on Religion, London, 1874.
·  Nature. In Three Essays on Religion, London, 1874.
·  Utility of Religion. In Three Essays on Religion, London, 1874.
[letters]
·  To James Mill. April 25, 1821.
·  To ? March 18, 1840.
·  To Gustave D'Eichthal. January 10, 1842.
·  To ? May 13, 1865.
·  To a Gentleman in Ohio. September 1, 1865.

Writings about John Stuart Mill
[dictionary / encyclopaedia entries]
·  John Stuart Mill. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature.
·  John Stuart Mill. The Columbia Encyclopedia.
·  John Stuart Mill. The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics.
·  John Stuart Mill. Encyclopædia Britannica.
·  John Stuart Mill. Encyclopædia Britannica (1911).
·  John Stuart Mill. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
·  John Stuart Mill. Island of Freedom.
·  John Stuart Mill. The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory & Criticism.
·  John Stuart Mill. The Literary Encyclopedia.
·  John Stuart Mill. The Penguin Dictionary of Philosophy.
·  John Stuart Mill. Spartacus Educational.
·  John Stuart Mill. The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
·  John Stuart Mill. Wikipedia.
[other writings]
·  Law Reform in England. The United States Democratic Review, 1851.
·  John Stuart Mill and his Residence. Anonymous. Littell's Living Age, 1868.
·  John Stuart Mill. By G. M. Towle. Appleton's Journal, 1870.
·  John Stuart Mill. By M. D. Conway. Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 1873.
·  The Reality of Duty. Anonymous. Littell's Living Age, 1876.
·  John Stuart Mill (I). By Lyell Adams. New Englander and Yale Review, 1877.
·  John Stuart Mill (II). By Lyell Adams. New Englander and Yale Review, 1877.
·  John Stuart Mill (III). By Lyell Adams. New Englander and Yale Review, 1877.
·  John Stuart Mill and the Destruction of Theism. By President Shairp. Princeton Review, 1878.
·  James and John Stuart Mill. Littell's Living Age, 1882.
·  John Stuart Mill and the London and Westminster Review. By C. Marion D. Robertson Towers. The Atlantic Monthly, 1892.
·  A Letter to John Stuart Mill. By Winthrop More Daniels. The Atlantic Monthly, 1900.
·  John Stuart Mill. By Leslie Stephen. In The English Utilitarians. London, 1900, vol. III.
·  Variations in the Editions of J. S. Mill's Principles of Political Economy. By M. A. Ellis. Economic Journal, 1906.
·  Biography. By O. M. W. Sprague. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature, Cambridge, 1921.
·  John Stuart Mill: Traditional and Revisionist Interpretations. By John Gray. Literature and Liberty, 1979.
·  Early Buddhism and John Stuart Mill's Thinking. By Vijitha Rajapakse. Philosophy East and West, 1987.
·  J. S. Mill: the Utilitarian Influence in the Demise of laissez-faire. By Ellen Frankel Paul. Journal of Libertarian Studies, 1978.
·  Wallace's Campaign to Nationalize Land. By M. Gaffney. The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, October 1, 1997.
·  Utility and Preferences. By Soshichi Uchii. October 25, 1998.
·  The Worm at the Root of the Passions: Poetry and Sympathy in Mill's Utilitarianism. By L. A. Paul. Utilitas, 1998.
·  The Carlyle-Mill "Negro Question" Debate. ca. 2000.
·  Mill, Liberty, and the Facts of Life. By Shannon C. Stimson and Murray Milgate. 2001.
·  Mill's "Proof" of the Principle of Utility. By Geoffrey Sayre-McCord. Social Philosophy and Policy, 2001.
·  J.S. Mill and the Diversity of Utilitarianism. By Daniel Jacobson. Philosophers' Imprint, 2003.
·  Mill between Aristotle & Bentham. By Martha C. Nussbaum. Daedalus, March 22, 2004.
·  The Ethics of Identity. By Kwame Anthony Appiah. The New York Times, June 12, 2005.
·  The Influence of Mary Bentham on John Stuart Mill. By Catherine Pease-Watkin. Journal of Bentham Studies, 2006.
·  Narrative, Imagination, and the Religion of Humanity in Mill's Ethics. By Colin Heydt. Journal of the History of Philosophy, 2006.
·  Mill, Bentham and 'Internal Culture'. By Colin Heydt. British Journal for the History of Philosophy, May, 2006.
·  Mill and Sidgwick, Imperialism and Racism. By Bart Schultz. Utilitas, March, 2007.
[reviews]
·  Autobiography. New Englander and Yale Review, 1874.
·  Autobiography. New Englander and Yale Review, 1874.
·  Autobiography. Scribner's Monthly, 1874.
·  Autobiography. North American Review, 1874.
·  Autobiography. Littell's Living Age, 1874.
·  Autobiography and Three Essays on Religion. New Englander and Yale Review, 1875.
·  Considerations on Representative Government. New Englander and Yale Review, 1862.
·  Dissertations and Discussions, Vols. I-III. New Englander and Yale Review, 1866.
·  Dissertations and Discussions, Vol. IV. New Englander and Yale Review, 1867.
·  Dissertations and Discussions, Vol. I. North American Review, 1865.
·  Dissertations and Discussions, Vol. IV. North American Review, 1868.
·  Examination of Sir Hamilton's Philosophy. New Englander and Yale Review, 1865.
·  Inaugural Address at the University of St. Andrew's. North American Review, 1865.
·  On Liberty. North America Review, 1863.
·  On Liberty. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature, Cambridge, 1921.
·  The Philosophy of Auguste Comte. New Englander and Yale Review, 1866.
·  Principles of Political Economy. The Prospective Review, 1848.
·  Principles of Political Economy. North American Review, 1848.
·  Principles of Political Economy. North American Review, 1864.
·  Principles of Political Economy. DeBow's Review, 1867.
·  Principles of Political Economy. New Englander and Yale Review, 1872.
·  Principles of Political Economy. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature, Cambridge, 1921.
·  The Subjection of Women. North American Review, 1869.
·  The Subjection of Women. New Englander and Yale Review, 1869.
·  A System of Logic. North American Review, 1854.
·  A System of Logic. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature, Cambridge, 1921.
·  Three Essays on Religion. North American Review, 1875.
·  Utilitarianism. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature, Cambridge, 1921.

General websites
·  Erratic Impact.
·  History of Economic Thought.
·  John Stuart Mill.
·  Vintage Mill.

Miscellaneous
·  Bibliography of John Stuart Mill.

David Hume   ·    Jeremy Bentham   ·    William Godwin   ·    James Mill
John Stuart Mill   ·    Henry Sidgwick   ·    R. M. Hare   ·    Peter Singer

My first adhesion to a definite Ethical system was to the Utilitarianism of Mill: I found in this relief from the apparently external and arbitrary pressure of moral rules which I had been educated to obey, and which presented themselves to me as to some extent doubtful and confused; and sometimes, even when clear, as merely dogmatic, unreasoned, incoherent.
Henry Sidgwick