Bradley Studies 3 (2):192-198 (1997)

On its first publication, Stuart Hampshire opened his review of Melvin Richter’s Politics of Conscience with the claim that, “T H Green, who died in 1882, is a minor figure in the history of philosophy.” Hampshire continued
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