John Stuart Mill
The majority of this character's literary works fall well within what has been defined as the 'canon' of the Western philosophical tradition. The English are understandably very proud of him as his thinking was so powerful as to reign within a philosophical context which had not been dominated by the English.
This English woman was a self educated intellectual. For many years she was an intellectual friend of John Stuart Mill's.
This character devoted a great deal of his energies to work in the East India Company. However, he came under the powerful influence of Jeremy Bentham and as such was brought into a major cultural effort at reformation within the British society.
This character was a 'giant' in English culture during the Victorian period. He was an original thinker and a great reformist.
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