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Temporal Aspect

This work is characterized mainly by temporal discontinuity, the authors or what is the same, the narrator, doesn’t tell his history or biography of a chronological way it goes bouncing in time.

 In the work are three stages: which children begin to narrate ten years, adolescence, who lives with his old childhood friends, and just when she has to leave to study at the university, and finally the maturity, since it becomes an adult until his time in reality.

To sum up, all this makes the reader confused and at the same time do a more complex reading.

 

Conclusion

To conclude the work of the second paper said that thanks to the analysis of hypertext “Foward Anywhere” I have known a new method of reading with many more prospects, because I hadn’t known previously how to define a hypertext.

Lastly, I think that this particular hypertext despite being a fun way to read, the readings have became a bit difficult,  but overall I liked the work.

Hypertext

Hypertext is a term that I have known or rather I have known how to use thanks to the work, oddly enough readings of works by hypertexts are more enjoyable, because you can make reading more jumps.


I would define the term “hypertext” by definition:

Hypertext is a text that can be found on the Internet which can be read linearly and readers don’t have to do a reading according to parameters established, it can choose between a term or concept or another according to their tastes and preferences and also served by a system of links to jump from one document to another .

Introduction

In this part I would like to do an overview of the work, because at first I found it a bit complex when I read because the authors didn’t  follow a chronological order, and are jumping at the time, in this work we  could emphasize  the descriptions made in their stories and especially the plenty of both positive and negative adjectives.

Conclusion

I hope that this J.S. Mill work  helps you as information on this English author of the XIX century.

Finally, I would also like to give the importance it has has this “first paper” as we have known how to use hyperlinks, and at the same time as sift out information when we were working with our topic.

Introduction

When I had to choose between different authors, I decided to work on J.S. Mill because  I found it quite interesting because of his interesting life, regarding its three most important aspects throughout his life as a philosopher, as a politician and finally as an economist. Apart from that you can also observe a long list of publications, as well as their important studies.

Lastly, in this chronology you can see organized all important facts and publications J.S. Mill’s life.

Bibliography’s URL (2nd paper)

http://www.eastgate.com/people/Marshall.html

http://www.csdl.tamu.edu/~marshall/

http://www.eastgate.com/people/Malloy.html

http://www.well.com/user/jmalloy/cyberagora.html

http://www.eastgate.com/catalog/ForwardAnywhere.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judy_Malloy

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cathy_Marshall_(hypertext_developer)

http://www.csdl.tamu.edu/~malloy/html/beginning.html

Bibliography’s URL (1st paper)

www.wikipedia.org/

http://plato.stanford.edu/

http://www.iep.utm.edu/

Chronology

John Stuart Mill’s  CHRONOLOGY

 

1806 John Stuart Mill was born on May 20th in on Rodney Street in the Pentonville area of London.

 

1809 He was three years old when he was taught Greek

 

1814 Mill was eight years old when he had read some philosophers, a big book of history in English and he studied algebra and Latin. Furthermore, he was designated schoolmaster to the younger children of the family.

 

1818 It was published his father’s work History of India (James Mill)

         When J.S. Mill was twelve years old, he was reading Aristotle’s logical treatises in its original language, and then started an important study about the scholastic logic.

 

1819 He was introduced to political economy and taught Adam Smith by his father.

         Mill’s Comptes Rendus of his daily economy lessons helped his father in writing   “Elements of Political Economy”.

 

1820 When he was fourteen years old, he stayed a year in France with the Bentham’s family. In Montpellier he studied courses of chemistry, zoology, logic and higher mathematics. In Paris he met many leaders of the Liberal party.

 

1826 When he was twenty, he suffered a nervous breakdown, caused by the high physical and mental difficulty of his studies. But then he gets healed.

         Mill refused to study at Oxford University and Cambridge University so as not to take Anglican orders; instead he worked with his father for the East India Company.

 

1834 The Palace of Westminster, also known as the Houses of Parliament, burnt down.

 

1838 Publication of “Bentham”.

 

1840 Publication of “Coleridge”.

 

1843 Publication of “System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive”.

 

1844 Publication of “Essays on Some Unsettled Questions of Political Economy”.

 

1848 Publication of “Principles of Political Economy”.

        “The Communist Manifesto” was first published on February 21st in London.

 

1851 John Stuart married widow Harriet Taylor, his intimate friend, who was an important influence on him.

At the same year took place the Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nations.

 

1858 His wife dies after seven years of marriage.

         He stopped working with his father.

 

1859 Publication of “On Liberty” .

 

1961 Publication of “Utilitarianism” and “Considerations on Representative Government”.

 

1865 Publication of “An Examination of Sir William Hamilton’s Philosophy” and “Auguste Comte and Positivism”.

 

From 1865 Mill served as Lord Rector of the University of Saint Andrews.

He was also a Member of the Parliament for City and Westminster, being often associated with the Liberal Party.

 

1867 Queen Victoria assented to the bill and the Dominion of Canada.

 

1869 He became the first person in Parliament to call for women to be given the right to vote, and an advocate of women’s rights.

Publication of “The Subjection of Women” and “Analysis of the Phaenomena of the Human Mind”.

 

1873 John Stuart Mill died on May 8th in Avignon, France.

        Publication of “Autobiography”.

 

1874 Publication of “Three Essays on Religion” and “Chapters on Socialism”.