Listed below are some examples that Mil introduces to help interpret his liberty principle and to illustrate its application

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Mill holds that in some of these cases the restriction of liberty that is proposed is permissible according to the liberty principle. In other cases, the proposed restriction violates the liberty principle as Mill understands it. (Mill first formulates the "liberty principle" on p. 9.).
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