This document contains brief discussions of major influences on politics, social organization, science, religion, philosophy, commerce and historically significant moments of the nineteenth century which influenced the thinking of the

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John Stuart Mill was a key figure in the movement known as utilitarianism, and a proponent of the liberal philosophy of Jeremy Bentham. Mill was educated at home by his father, philosopher and economist James Mill, who had been a champion of Bentham's movement. After a... Not quite an Atheist, Mill said he believed in a "probable God," or a "limited liability God" — that is, one that is not all-powerful. After his death, on 8 May 1873, Mill's stepdaughter published his Three Essays on Religion (1874), in which Mill claimed he disbelieved in miracles and immortality. []

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