Hello and welcome to Episode 23 (Part II/II) on John Stuart Mill's Political Philosophy.
The following is a quotation from Colin Heydt: Writing of John Stuart Mill a few days after Mill’s death, Henry Sidgwick claimed, “I should say that from about 1860-65 or thereabouts he ruled England in the region of thought as very few men ever did: I do not expect to see anything like it again.” Mill established this rule over English thought through his writings in logic, epistemology, economics, social and political philosophy, ethics, metaphysics, religion, and current affairs. One can say with relative security, looking at the breadth and complexity of his work, that Mill was the greatest nineteenth-century British philosopher.
This week in Part II, we'll be discussing Mill's Subjection of Women as well as engaging in some further analysis and discussion.
Any thoughts? Please tweet us @thepanpsycast.
The file size is large, please be patient whilst the podcast buffers/downloads/allows its people to flourish
Part I. Utilitarianism (7:30)
Part II. On Liberty (17:00)
Part III. Subjection of Women (00:05 in Part II)
Part IV. Further Analysis and Discussion (23:15 in Part II)
Reading and References