On Liberty Topics for Discussion

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Do you think that John Stuart Mill's success was dependent upon the social position of his father? Explain the extent to which you feel this to be true with defenses for your answer.

Do you think that On Liberty provides readers with principles that can be applied to contemporary society, in the reader's own culture? Explain why you agree or disagree.

Discuss your view on free trade. Compare how it appears in the book On Liberty with how it is in the society in which you actually live.

Do you think the fact that JS Mill's book is about England makes it irrelevant to contemporary non-English readers? Explain your answer.

Do you agree with JS Mill that individuals should be free to speak their own opinions?

Do you think that JS Mill is correct that when people disagree and share their views that this can correct error...

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