pp. 249.

Dialectic, pp. 15-17.

reprinted in Moral Obligation.

Hellenic-Macedonian Policy, International Journal of Ethics, XLVIII, 1.

Grotius is still unsurpassed.

Defoe I owe of course to the analysis of Professor Ian Watts in The Rise of the Novel, a book whose interest for the student of morality can scarcely be overrated.

(1647-8) from the Clarke Manuscripts, selected and edited by A. S. P. Woodhouse.

II, 415.

II, 3.

in Practice, in Kant, edited and translated by G. Rabel.


Snodgrass, p. 158.

of reason; because we suspect that this stock in each man is small, and that the individuals would do better to avail themselves of the general bank and capital of natures and of ages.”-Reflections on the Revolution in France, Everyman edition, p. 84.

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