Liberty, Happiness, and Imagination in J. S. Mill and William Wordsworth
The conference put Mill's best-known ideas on liberty into dialogue not only with some of his writings on religion, hope, and poetry, but also with Wordsworth's poetry to understand the relationship between reason, imagination, and emotion in Mill's thought and in the life of a free individual more generally.
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