John Stuart Mill and his wife wrote this book.
Part 1) What is unusual about this? What does this reveal about J.S. Mill?
Part 2) What does this reveal about Mill's wife?
Part 3) How might John's relationship with his wife influence his advocacy of women's rights, or vice versa?
John Stuart Mill is a home-schooled philosopher.
Part 1) Describe Mill's education. How has his education prepared him for his future as a journalist and civil rights advocate?
Part 2) Compare his education to you own. What aspects of each do you believe are beneficial? Why?
Part 3) If his education had been different or non-existent, how might this have changed his life? So, how influential was his education on his life's work?
John Stuart Mill was an outspoken advocate of women's rights.
Part 1) How did he support the rights of women? Why did he believe women deserved the same rights as men...
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