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    Estrella Trincado Aznar (2015). Silencios que hacen ruido: De cómo se sobrepuso John Stuart Mill de los estados melancólicos del utilitarismo. Télos 20 (1):27-50.
    John Stuart Mill based initially his conception of suicide on Hume's theory and on Bentham's moral arithmetic; nevertheless, he had a transforming experience in his youth, moment in which he longed for ending his life that he overcame reading the English romanticism. This article describes Mill's vision on the suicide, which he purposely silenced, through the conception of romanticism, of Hume and also of Adam Smith. Certainly, in the Theory of Moral Sentiments Smith was bold enough to criticize Hume's famous (...)
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    Ricardo Cueva Fernández (2015). Karl Marx, John Stuart Mill y el “Poder Esclavista. Télos 20 (1):91-123.
    Karl Marx and John Stuart Mill supported Abraham Lincoln against what they called the “Slave Power”. Both thinkers fought for the abolition of slavery, and backed the Union in the American Civil War. Marx spread out his opinions on the war and the future social and political changes in several newspapers, while Mill was active trying to persuade the English public realm to prevent England from joining the South. Both shared an historical vision of the future in which human progress (...)
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    Esperanza Guisán (2015). Mill Como Filósofo Moral. Télos 20 (1):13-25.
    First, I want to thank Professor Rosen’s deep and illuminating study of the Philosophy of Stuart Mill. In my view, one of the most important contributions of the author is his claim that Mill was not only a social moralist but was primarily a philosopher and a logician. In many ways, Rosen is right. Mill was not a moral philosopher, or at least was not only a moral philosopher. However, he was concerned with the part of philosophy that deals with (...)
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    Ángel Longueira Monelos (2015). Lo deseable se desprende de lo deseable: acerca de las condiciones de validez formales en el utilitarismo de John Stuart Mill. Télos 20 (1):69-89.
    The mistake Mill made by confusing what we can desire and what deserves to be desired or must be desired has been discussed extensively in the literature. However, the meta-normative intuition that remains in the background of the argument has been less discussed. This intuition, though, aims in the right direction, as it points at the idea that the desirable emerges from the desirable. My purpose here is to defend this claim by arguing that it provides a way to avoid (...)
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    Xavier De Donato Rodríguez (2015). Sobre Las Nociones de Lógica y Argumento de John Stuart Mill. Télos 20 (1):51-68.
    My aim in this paper is to discuss Mill’s notions of logic and argument and to highlight the epistemic dimension that for Mill has every argument and that, it is in the light of this epistemic dimension, that an argument should be assessed. By taking into account these considerations, I focus on his criticism against deductive arguments to the effect that they commit the fallacy of begging the question. I try to show that this idea relies on his radical empiricism (...)
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    Raquel Díaz Seijas (2015). Revista de revistas 20/1. Télos 20 (1):137-140.
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    José L. Tasset (2015). Sobre las interpretaciones de John Stuart Mill. Un comentario a Frederick Rosen: Mill , Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013, 315 pp. [REVIEW] Télos 20 (1):127-133.
    Sobre las interpretaciones de John Stuart Mill. Un comentario a Frederick Rosen: Mill, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013, 315 pp.
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