John Stuart Mill's arguments, put forth in his book "On Liberty," rely very heavily on a few things, both common sense, and examples from real life situations of his time. Common sense is such an important tool to him, especially as it relates to the harm principle, and from his common sense, he applies common sense examples from his time period to lead the reader on a logical path, which ultimately portrays liberty as the cornerstone for continual human progress and avoidance of social stagnation.
<Tab/>In his first chapter, Mill sets up historical context for the reader to…
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