G.E. Moore - Baldwin (Arguments of the Philosophers)

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Together with Bertrand Russell, G.E. Moore was responsible for the rejection of the idealist philosophy of Bradley and for its replacement in the early years of this century by the distinctive style of analytic philosophy which has since predominated in the English-speaking world. In this work, Thomas Baldwin sets Moore's philosophy in its intellectual and historical context, analyzing the works of Russell, Bradley and Wittgenstein. The book is a major critical study not only of Moore's writings, but also of British philosophy from 1900 to the present day. Although not uncritical of Moore, Baldwin shows how some of Moore's most famous arguments, such as the criticisms of ethical naturalism and the appeal to common sense, can be sustained. This book should be of interest to undergraduates and postgraduates of philosophy.

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