Mill, John Stuart. Son of James Mill. Born in London in 1806. Established his reputation in 1843 by the publication of "A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive," a work the success of which paved the way for "The Principles of Political Economy, with Some of Their Applications to Social Philosophy." His later works are an "Essay on Liberty," "An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy," and the "Subjection of Women," in which he avows himself a partisan of the woman's rights movement. Died 1873.