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In Liberty by John Stuart Mill

With the liberty of thought and discussion In the second chapter, J. S. Mill attempts to prove his claim from the first chapter that opinions ought never to be suppressed. Looking to the consequences of suppressing opinions, he concludes that opinions ought never to be suppressed, stating, Such prejudice, or oversight, when it [i.e. false […]

In Liberty by John Stuart Mill

With the liberty of thought and discussion In the second chapter, J. S. Mill attempts to prove his claim from the first chapter that opinions ought never to be suppressed. Looking to the consequences of suppressing opinions, he concludes that opinions ought never to be suppressed, stating, Such prejudice, or oversight, when it [i.e. false […]