Contesting patrilineal descent in political theory: James mill and nineteenth-century feminism

Hypatia 15 (1):151-174 (2000)
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: Liberal philosopher James Mill has been understood as being unambiguously antifeminist. However, Terence Ball, supposedly informed by a feminist perspective, has argued for a new interpretation. Ball has reconceptualized Mill as a feminist and the sole source of the feminism of his son (J. S. Mill), suggesting a revision of the received wisdom about their relationship to the development of nineteenth century feminist thought. This paper takes issue with Ball's "new interpretation" and its presumed feminist basis
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DOI 10.1353/hyp.2000.0006
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