John Stuart Mill

On Liberty  (1859)

Chapter I Introductory

Assumption of opening sentence

Relation of popular government and limitation of powers

Principle:  self-protection as sole end for interference with liberty of action

Region of human liberty and basis of free society

Chapter II Of the Liberty of Thought and Discussion

Preliminary Points

If received opinion is false and new one is true

If received opinion is true and new one is false

If received and new opinion are both true and false