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" Thus the mind itself is bowed to the yoke: even in what people do for pleasure, conformity is the first thing thought of; they like in crowds; they exercise choice only among things commonly done: peculiarity of taste, eccentricity of conduct, are shunned... "
Fraser's Magazine - Page 381
1874
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The Living Age ..., Volume 89

1866
...by dint of not following their own nature, thoy have no nature to follow; their human capacities ate withered and starved ; they become incapable of any...or feelings of home growth, or properly their own. " To ┐rive any fair play to the nature of each, it is essential that different persons should be allowed...
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liberty

john stuart mill - 1859
...family, do not ask themselves — what do I prefer ? or, what would suit my character and disposition ? or, what would allow the best and highest in me to...feelings of home growth, or properly their own. Now is this, or is it not, the desirable condition of human nature ? It is so, on the Calvinistic theory....
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 115

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, William Harrison Ainsworth, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood - 1859
...station and circumstances superior to mine ?" Thus conformity is the first thing thought of ; people "like in crowds; they exercise choice only among things...or feelings of home growth, or properly their own." Accordingly, the Essayist's definition of persons of genius is, that they are, ex vi termini, more...
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Bentley's quarterly review

1860
...or, (worse still), What is usually done by persons of a station and circumstances superior to mine? 1 do not mean that they choose what is customary, in...feelings of home growth, or properly their own. Now is this, or is it not, the desirable condition of human nature?'—P. 110. Such statements, so remarkably...
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Bentley's quarterly review. [with variant title-leaf to vol. 1].

1860
...choice only among things commonly done : peculiarity of taste, eccentricity of conduct, are shmmed equally with crimes ; until by dint of not following...feelings of home growth, or properly their own. Now is this, or is it not, the desirable condition of human nature ?' — P. 110. Such statements, so remarkably...
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On Liberty

John Stuart Mill - Liberty - 1863 - 68 pages
...family, do not ask themselves — what do I prefer ? or, what would suit my character and disposition ? or, what would allow the best and highest in me to...feelings of home growth, or properly their own. Now is this, or is it not, the desirable condition of hu-_ man nature ? It is so, on the Calvinistic theory....
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On Liberty

John Stuart Mill - Liberty - 1863 - 223 pages
...nature to follow : their human capacities are withered and starved : they become incapable of any eraily without either opinions or feelings of home growth, or properly their own. Now is this, or is it not, the desirable condition of hu- / man nature? It is so, on the Calvinistic theory....
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On Liberty, Issue 57

John Stuart Mill - Liberty - 1865 - 68 pages
...: peculiarity of taste, eccentricity of conduct, are shunned equally with crimes : until by dint oi not following their own nature, they have no nature...feelings of home growth, or properly their own. Now is this, or IB it not, the desirable condition of human nature ? It is so, on the Calvinistic theory....
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Victoria Magazine, Volume 6

1865
...threatens human nature is not the excess, but the deficiency of personal impulses and preferences. human capacities are withered and starved ; they become...or feelings of home growth, or properly their own. "To give any fair play to the nature of each, it is essential that different persons should be allowed...
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On Liberty

John Stuart Mill - Liberty - 1869 - 223 pages
...family do not ask themselves — what do I prefer ? or, what would suit my character and disposition? or, what would allow the best and highest in me to...feelings of home growth, or properly their own. Now is this, or is it not, the desirable condition of human nature? It is so, on the Calvinistic theory....
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