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James Mill

Author Code: EJML

Born: Apr. 6, 1773 - Northwater Bridge, Angus, Scotland

Died: Jun. 23, 1836 - London, England

The father of John Stuart Mill, he was educated at Montrose Academy and the University of Edinburgh. Mill spent a few years as a tutor before moving to London in 1802. He became editor of the Literary Journal in 1803 and in 1805 began work on The History of British India, which he completed in 1818. In 1808, he met Jeremy Bentham and the two became close friends, Bentham acting as Mill's mentor. Mill contributed articles to numerous periodicals over the next ten years until his History was published. The work was a huge success and led to his appointment as an official in India House, a relationship that would continue until his death. In 1821, Mill helped to form the Political Economy Club in London and published his Elements of Political Economy, which became the definitive work on the subject. Mill also developed a close relationship with David Ricardo and was instrumental in supporting Ricardian economics. Mill's interests were widely dispersed and included politics, philosophy, economics, history, law, prison reform and psychology, the latter of which led to his publication of Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind in 1829. Mill's other works include Commerce Defended (1808), Liberty of the Press (1823), Essays (1828), A Fragment on Mackintosh (1835) and The Principles of Toleration (1837 Posthumous).

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EJML002 Colony 1825 24 300k eBook Download PDF - 'Colony' (EJML002) Find a printed copy of Colony by James Mill at AbeBooks
EJML001 Elements of Political Economy 1821 95 571k eBook Download PDF - 'Elements of Political Economy' (EJML001) Find a printed copy of Elements of Political Economy by James Mill at AbeBooks

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