by John Stuart Mill
edited by Zbigniew Janowski and Jacob Duggan
afterword by Nicholas Capaldi
St. Augustine's Press, 2021
Paper: 978-1-58731-414-8 | Cloth: 978-1-58731-413-1
Library of Congress Classification B1602.A5J36 2022
Dewey Decimal Classification 192

This is the second volume, following the well-received edition of Mill’s writing essential to understanding the liberal tradition. His commentary on a full spectrum of issues gives further insight into the strengths and vulnerabilities of liberal democratic theory in practice. Rare and difficult to locate material is here brought to attention and made available. 

The contribution of Mill’s most authoritative biographer, Nicholas Capaldi, is a singular and unmatched highlight. The tenor of St. Augustine’s Press volumed on Mill is distinct in its intention to place his work in the framework of political philosophy and the conversation of the viability of liberalism as a tradition of thought. 

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