Definition of James mill
1. Noun. Scottish philosopher who expounded Bentham's utilitarianism; father of John Stuart Mill (1773-1836).
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1. An Essay on the Spirit and Influence of the Reformation of Lutherby Charles de Villers by Charles de Villers (1805)
"Essay on the question: "What has been the influence of the reformation of Luther on the political situation of the different states of Europe and on the..."
2. The Cambridge Modern History by John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Ernest Alfred Benians, George Walter Prothero, Sir Adolphus William Ward (1907)
"As Bentham himself never wrote a single or succinct treatise on politics, James Mill undertook to explain the Benthamite political theories to the world. ..."
3. English Philosophers and Schools of Philosophy by James Seth (1912)
"As we advance from Bentham to james mill, and from the latter to JS ... james mill is the psychologist of the schooL As ..."
4. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1905)
"ВАШ, ALEXANDER, 1882, james mill, a Biography, pp. 59, 60. james mill's greatest achievement was, it has been said, to have produced John Mill. ..."
5. The History of English Rationalism in the Nineteenth Century by Alfred William Benn (1906)
"james mill was, above all things, a practical reformer; and the study of ... With such interests in view, james mill gave Contiguous Association far too ..."
6. History and Criticism of the Labor Theory of Value in English Political Economy by Albert Conser Whitaker (1904)
"I. THE three minor writers, McCulloch, james mill, and, to a less degree, Torrens, were imitative expounders of the Ricardian political economy. ..."