One day in the life of John Stuart Mill

John Stuart Mill, the founder of Utilitarianism was studying Greek at the age of 3, Latin at the age of 8 and Logic at the age of 12. Unlike many other children, he neither received state-funded nor private education. Little John was always taught by his father and then took on teaching his smaller siblings himself. This man is truly outstanding in everything he has achieved in his life. This Scottish man went down in history by introducing a completely new way of thinking giving direction to the whole field of philosophy.

Not everyone is born with this sort of talent and ambition and has to learn this quality during the course of their lives. Thy English Academy will give its best to support your innate strengths and will work with you on your weaknesses.

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