John Stuart Mill quote about happiness from The Subjection of Women - There are no means of finding what either one person or many can do, but by trying—and no means by which any one else can discover for them what it is for their happiness to do or leave undone.
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There are no means of finding what either one person or many can do, but by trying—and no means by which any one else can discover for them what it is for their happiness to do or leave undone.
 John Stuart Mill, The Subjection of Women (1869). copy citation

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