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The English mind; studies in the English moralists presented to Basil Willey.

Author: Hugh Sykes Davies; Basil Willey; George Watson
Publisher: Cambridge [England] University Press, 1964.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Davies, Hugh Sykes, 1909-1984.
English mind.
Cambridge [Eng.] University Press, 1964
(OCoLC)609069160
Named Person: Basil Willey; Basil Willey; Basil Willey
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hugh Sykes Davies; Basil Willey; George Watson
OCLC Number: 371062
Description: viii, 302 pages 23 cm
Contents: Basil Willey: a tribute / H. Butterfield --
Francis Bacon / A. Righter --
Thomas Hobbes / R.L. Brett --
John Locke and the rhetoric of the Second treatise / T. Redpath --
Shaftesbury's horses of instruction / J.B. Broadbent --
Berkeley and the style of dialogue / D. Davie --
Joseph Butler / G. Watson --
David Hume: reasoning and experience / R. Williams --
Radical prose in the late eighteenth century / Hodgart --
Wordsworth and the empirical philosophers / H.S. Davies --
Coleridge and the Victorians / G. Hough --
Newman and the romantic sensibility / J. Beer --
John Stuart Mill / N. Annan --
Matthew Arnold and the continental idea / H. Straumann --
Joseph Conrad: alienation and commitment / I. Watt --
English and some Christian traditions / J. Holloway.
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