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Young Adulthood -- The Molding Of The Personal Identity

Young adulthood (YA) is a period of life ranging approximately from the age of 18 (in most Western countries) to about 35 years of age, depending on the exact source/country that one is referring to. In philosophy, the issue of personal identity seeks to determine whether two mental states belong to the same person, whether a person exhibits continuity through time, and whether a person can switch bodies or characteristics and memories with another person and retain his continuous consciousness. ... For other uses, see Life (disambiguation) and Living (disambiguation). ... For alternative meanings for The West in the United States, see the U.S. West and American West. ...


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John Stuart Mill, Biography: The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics: Library of Economics and Liberty (574 words)
He was taught Greek at age three and Latin at age eight.
By the time he reached young adulthood, John Stuart Mill was a formidable intellectual, albeit an emotionally depressed one.
After recovering from a nervous breakdown, he departed from his Benthamite teachings to shape his own view of political economy.
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