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1983 Thiel, M., John Stuart Mill, Lotze, Spencer, Heidelberg: Elpis.
1984 Gray, J., ‘Indirect Utility and Fundamental Rights’, in Paul, E. Frankel, Miller, F. D. Jun. and Paul, J. eds., Human Rights, Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
1984 West, R. L., ‘In the Interest of the Governed: A Utilitarian Justification of Substantive Judicial Review’, Georgia Law Review, xviii (1984), 469528.
1985 Backhouse, R., A History of Modern Economic Analysis, Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
1985 Dasgupta, A. K., Epochs in Economic Theory, Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
1985 Fontana, B., Rethinking the Politics of Commercial Society: The Edinburgh Review, 1802–1832, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
1985 Olafson, F. A., ‘Reflections on a Passage in Mill's Utilitarianism’, in Potter, N. T. ed., Morality and Universality, Boston: Reidel, pp. 103–14.
1985 Strasser, M., ‘Mill's Higher and Lower Pleasures Re-examined’, International Studies in Philosophy, xvii (1985), 5172.
1986 Blaug, M., ‘John Stuart Mill’, in Great Economists Before Keynes: An Introduction to the Lives and Works of One Hundred Great Economists of the Past, Brighton: Harvester Wheatsheaf, pp. 164–67.
1986 Chitnis, A. C., The Scottish Enlightenment and Early Victorian Society, London: Croom Helm.
1986 Dixon, K., Freedom and Equality: The Moral Basis of Socialism, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.
1986 Francis, M., ‘A Prolegomena for the History of British Political Thought during the Nineteenth Century’, Political Science, xxxviii (1986), 7085.
1986 Griffin, J., Well-being, Its Meaning, Measurement, and Moral Importance, Oxford: Clarendon Press.
1986 Madison, G. B., The Logic of Liberty, New York: Greenwood Press.
1986 McGowan, R., ‘A Powerful Sympathy: Terror, the Prison, and Humanitarian Reform in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain’, Journal of British Studies, xxv (1986), 312–34.
1986 Vezzi, R., Directing Human Actions: Perspectives on Basic Ethical Issues, Lanham: University Press of America.
1987 Boesche, R., The Strange Liberalism of Alexis de Tocqueville, Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
1987 Burgess-Jackson, K., ‘Duties, Rights and Charities’, Journal of Social Philosophy, xviii (1987), 312.
1987 Canovan, M., ‘The Eloquence of John Stuart Mill’, History of Political Thought, viii (1987), 505–20.
1987 Forsythe, W. J., The Reform of Prisoners, 1830–1900, London: Croom Helm.
1987 Galbraith, J. K., A History of Economics: The Past as the Present, London: Hamish Hamilton, published in the U.S.A. as Economics in Perspective: A Critical History, Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
1987 Holbrook, D. M., ‘Qualitatively-Hedonistic Utilitarianism’, University of Iowa Ph.D. thesis.
1987 Hollander, S., ‘John Stuart Mill as Economic Theorist’, in Eatwell, J., Milgate, M. and Newman, P. eds., The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, 4 vols., London: Macmillan, iii. 471–76.
1987 Hudson, S. D., Human Character and Morality: Reflections from the History of Ideas, Boston: Routledge and Kegan Paul.
1987 Kamm, J., ‘Harriet Taylor (née Hardy, Later Mrs John Stuart Mill) (1807–58)’, The New Palgrave, iv. 612.
1987 Koot, G. M., English Historical Economics, 1870–1926: The Rise of Economic History and Neo-Mercantilism, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
1987 Morris, H. A., ‘The Influence of the Mill, Carlyle “West Indian debate” on Four Victorian Novelists’, Howard University Ph.D. thesis.
1987 Norbendo, S. E., ‘Children's Rights, ‘die Antipadagogen’, and the Paternalism of John Stuart Mill’, Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, xxxi (1987), 163–80.
1987 Ryan, A., ‘John Stuart Mill (1806–1873)’, The New Palgrave, iii. 466–71.
1987 Thomas, G., The Moral Philosophy of T. H. Green, Oxford: Clarendon Press.
1987 Trusted, J., Moral Principles and Social Values, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.
1987 Winch, D., ‘James Mill (1773–1836)’, The New Palgrave, iii. 465–66.
1988 Andrew, E., Shylock's Rights: A Grammar of Lockian Claims, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
1988 Brundage, A., England's ‘Prussian Minister’: Edwin Chadwick and the Politics of Government Growth, University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press.
1988 Curtis, S., ‘The Philosopher's Flowers: John Stuart Mill as Botanist’, Encounter, lxxx (1988), 2633.
1988 Edwards, D., ‘Toleration and Mill's Liberty of Thought and Discussion’, in Mendus, S. ed., Justifying Toleration: Conceptual and Historical Perspectives, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 87114.
1988 Green, M., ‘Sympathy, Self-Interest, and the Revision of Benthamism: The Development of John Stuart Mill's Moral and Social Philosophy, 1826–1840’, York University Canada Ph.D. thesis.
1988 Kekes, J., The Examined Life, Toronto: Associated University Presses.
1988 Laidler, D., ‘British Monetary Orthodoxy in the 1870's’, Oxford Economic Papers, xl (1988), 71109.
1988 Le Selva, S. V., ‘A Single Truth: Mill on Harm, Paternalism, and Good Samaritanism’, Political Studies, xxvi (1988), 486–96.
1988 Luce, L., ‘Mill, Law and Numbers’, Australasian Journal of Philosophy, lxvi (1988), 320–30.
1988 Melden, A. I., Rights in Moral Lives: A Historical Philosophical Essay, Berkeley: University of California Press.
1988 Mill, J. S., Journals and debating Speeches, ed. Robson, John M., 2 vols., Toronto: University of Toronto Press (The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, vols. xxvi–xxvii).
1988 Mill, J. S., Public and Parliamentary Speeches, eds. Robson, John M. and Kinzer, Bruce L., 2 vols., Toronto: University of Toronto Press (The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, vols. xxviii–xxix).
1988 The Mill Newsletter, xxiii. 2 (1988).
1988 The Mill Newsletter, xxiii. 2 (1988). Rea, B., ‘J. S. Mill: On Justice and Rights’, pp. 714.
1988 The Mill Newsletter, xxiii. 2 (1988). Schweik, R. C., ‘Mill's Analogies in On Liberty and the Uses of Inconsistency’, pp. 37.
1988 Millar, A., ‘Following Nature’, Philosophical Quarterly, xxxviii (1988), 165–85.
1988 Miller, P. J. and Kim, K. S., ‘Human Nature and the Development of Character: The Clash of Descriptive and Normative Elements on John Stuart Mill's Educational Theory’, Journal of Educational Thought, xxii (1988), 133–44.
1988 Organ, T. W., The Self in its Worlds, East and West, London: Associated University Presses.
1988 Peltason, T., ‘Imagination and Learning in George Eliot, Mill, and Dickens’, Essays in Criticism, xxxviii (1988), 3554.
1988 Riley, J., Liberal Utilitarianism: Social Choice Theory and John Stuart Mill, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
1988 Santiago-Valiente, W., ‘Historical Background of the Classical Monetary Theory and the “Real Bills” Banking Tradition’, History of Political Economy, xx (1988), 4363.
1988 Shurbutt, S. B., ‘Matthew Arnold and John Stuart Mill: In Harmony with Nature’, Essays in Literature, xv (1988), 3543.
1988 Turk, C., Coleridge and Mill: A Study of Influence, Brookfield: Gower.
1988 Walter, E., ‘A Concept of Happiness’, Philosophy Research Archives, xiii (1988), 137–50.
1988 Zastoupil, L., ‘J. S. Mill and India’, Victorian Studies, xxxii (1988), 3154.
1989 Tullock, G., Mill and Sexual Equality, Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf.
1989 Utilitas, i (1989)
1989 Utilitas, i (1989) Brown, D. G., ‘More on Self-Enslavement and Paternalism in Mill’, pp. 144–50.
1989 Utilitas, i (1989) Smith, G. W., ‘Freedom and Virtue in Politics: Some Aspects of Character, Circumstance and Utility from Helvétius to J. S. Mill’, pp. 112–34.
1989 Williams, G., ‘J. S. Mill and Political Violence’, pp. 102–11.
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