Autobiography of John Stuart Mill

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Abolitionists. See United States, civil war
Æschines, early study of, 8
Æsop's Fables, study of, 4
Aldrich, study of his logic, 85
Algebra, early study of, 7-8
America. See United States
Amusements, lack of in boyhood, 25-26
Anacreon, early study of, 8
Analysis, effect on the feelings, 96- 101
Analytic psychology. SeePsychology
Annual register, early reading of, 5
Anson's Voyage, 6
Anthology, early study of, 8
Arabian nights, 6
Aristocratic rule, James Mill's opinions on, 65, 74-75; J. S. Mill's opinions on, 120-121
Aristophanes, early study of, 8
Aristotle, Rhetoric, early study of, 8; Organon, Analytics, etc., 12-13
Arithmetic, early study of, 4
Association, principle of, 75, 217; source of all feelings and qualities, 95-96; and Sir William Hamilton's philosophy, 191-194
Atheism, James Mill's opinion of, 28
Athenian institutions, 14-15
Austin, Charles, friendship with, 54- 56; contributor to the Westminster review, 67-68; utilitarian propagandism, 72; ed. of Marshall's Parliamentary history and review, 82-83; Owenites, 87; Cambridge union, 88; London debating society, 88
Austin, John, study of law under, 45; friendship with, 51-53; contributor to the Westminster review, 67-68; change of opinions under German influence, 124-126; enemy to Parliamentary reform, 182; Lectures on Jurisprudence, 190
Authors' signatures to articles in periodicals, 140
Axioms in ratiocination, 127
Bailey's Dissertation on value, study of, 84
Baillie, Joanna, 11 footnote
Bain, influence on Mill's System of logic, 174 footnote; intuitional philosophy, 192; assisting in a new ed. of James Mill's Analysis of the phenomena of the human mind, 217-218
Baldwin, publisher, and the Westminster review, 66
Ballot. SeeSuffrage
Baring, Alexander, petition for free trade, 69
Barrow Green House, Bentham's home, visits to, 38
Beattie, early study of, 11
Beauchamp, Philip (pseud.), study of, 49-50
Beaver's African memoranda, 6
Belper, Lord (Strutt), acquaintance with, 54; utilitarian propagandism, 72; contributor to the Parliamentary history and review, 83; Reformed parliament, 136
Bentham, Jeremy, V; books borrowed from, 5; friendship with, 38-39; practice of making marginal notes, 44; and John Austin, 45; principles of morality, 45-46; Traitéde législation
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