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  1. Helen Wodehouse (1950). Liberal Morality and Socialist Morality. Philosophy 25 (93):167 - 171.
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  2. Helen Wodehouse (1948). Between Man and Man. By Martin Buber. Translated by Ronald Gregor Smith. (Kegan Paul. 1947. Pp. 208. 12s. 6d.). Philosophy 23 (85):177-.
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  3. Helen Wodehouse (1948). Correspondence. Philosophy 23 (87):383.
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  4. Helen Wodehouse (1948). No Title Available: PHILOSOPHY. Philosophy 23 (85):177-178.
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  5. Helen Wodehouse (1947). The Case for Pacifism and Conscientious Objection: A Reply to Professor G. C. Field. By Rev. E. L. Allen, Francis E. Pollard, and G. A. Sutherland. (London: Central Board for Conscientious Objectors. 1946. No Price Given.). [REVIEW] Philosophy 22 (83):277-.
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  6. Helen Wodehouse (1947). The Idea of Perfection in the Western World. By Martin Foss (Princeton University Press. 1946. Pp. 102. $1.50.). Philosophy 22 (83):268-.
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  7. Helen Wodehouse (1945). Martin Buber's 'I and Thou'. Philosophy 20 (75):17 - 30.
    Reading and re-reading the difficult and important small book I and Thou , by Professor Martin Buber, which Mr. Ronald Gregor Smith has translated with so much care and skill, and trying to make it clearer to myself in words of my own, I find myself at odds on the threshold with the translator's Introduction. He is explaining the title and the general theme of the book:— “There is, Buber shows, a radical difference between a man's attitude to other men (...)
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  8. Helen Wodehouse (1944). One Kind of Religion. Cambridge [Eng.]The University Press.
    What are we to say then to the account of the object of religion as Unseen? It is so in the sense explained in the last chapter, that we never come to the end of seeing it: It is so, in the sense that every attempt at a photograph will have blurred  ...
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  9. Helen Wodehouse (1943). A World Adrift. Hibbert Journal 42:300.
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  10. Helen Wodehouse (1942). Freedom and Personality Again. Philosophy 17 (66):174 - 175.
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  11. Helen Wodehouse (1941). Art Without Form. Philosophy 16 (62):207 - 209.
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  12. Helen Wodehouse (1939). Bergson and World-Loyalty. Hibbert Journal 38:457.
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  13. Helen Wodehouse (1939). Critical Notices. Mind 48 (190):227-236.
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  14. Helen Wodehouse & D. Ph1l (1939). A Natural Approach to Religion. Hibbert Journal 38:68.
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  15. Helen Wodehouse (1938). Colour: An Alternative Statement. Philosophy 13 (49):81 - 84.
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  16. Helen Wodehouse (1938). Colour: An Alternative Statement: Colour: An Alternative Statement. Philosophy 13 (49):81-84.
    In an interesting article in a recent number of Philosophy Mr. H. Wallis Chapman examines Colour as one of the commonest illustrations of the universal; and comes to conclusions of a nominalist kind. I desire to propose alternative solutions for the problems he deals with. If my statements seem too dogmatic, or my quotations too brief, the motive is economy of space. I trust that any reader of the present paper will read the whole of Mr. Chapman's.
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  17. Helen Wodehouse (1938). Language and Moral Philosophy. Mind 47 (186):200-213.
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  18. Helen Wodehouse (1936). Science and the Explanation of Phenomena. Philosophy 11 (41):84 - 85.
    Describing and explaining; tracing the outlines and smoothing out the folds; making clear and making plain; in either case hoping that our hearer may be able to say, “Yes, I see it better now.” Is there really a fundamental difference between these two? Common parlance uses both words for the same kind of process. We may be asked either to “explain” or to “describe” the working of a machine, answering the English boy's question “Why does it do this?” or the (...)
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  19. Helen Wodehouse (1933). Poetry and Truth. Philosophy 8 (32):446 - 453.
    The vitalizing effect, spoken of somewhere by Graham Wallas, which one University “subject” may have upon another if the traditional division of compartments can be broken down, has nowhere been better illustrated of late years than by the life brought into the English school at Cambridge through the teaching of Dr. I. A. Richards, who came out of the school of Mental and Moral Science. Not only his students, but contemporaries and elders as remote as myself, are grateful for the (...)
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  20. Helen Wodehouse (1931). Leonard Woolf, After the Deluge, Vol. I. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 30:699.
     
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  21. Helen Wodehouse (1930). Social Machinery and the Social Spirit. Philosophy 5 (17):51-.
    There is a certain experience which awaits reformers of all parties sooner or later. They make plans for amending some small part of the world, and consider means for getting the idea into practice, and then someone interposes a comment: “This plan,” he says, “is all very well, but it is mere machinery. The world can be saved only by what is inward and living, by change in heart and thought, by renewal of spirit.”.
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  22. Helen Wodehouse (1922). Real Life. International Journal of Ethics 32 (3):271-281.
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  23. C. D. Broad, G. Galloway, Godfrey H. Thomson, W. Leslie Mackenzie, G. A. Johnston, M. L., Arthur Robinson, A. E. Taylor, L. J. Russell, W. D. Ross, R. M. MacIver, Herbert W. Blunt, A. Wolf, Helen Wodehouse & B. Bosanquet (1914). New Books. [REVIEW] Mind 23 (90):274-306.
  24. Helen Wodehouse (1914). New Books. [REVIEW] Mind 23 (1):301-a-301.
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  25. Helen Wodehouse (1912). The Value of Social Psychology. International Journal of Ethics 23 (1):50-59.
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  26. Helen Wodehouse (1911). The Presentation of Reality. Philosophical Review 20:566.
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  27. J. C., C. S. Myers, Helen Wodehouse, J. W. Scott, John Edgar & B. A. (1910). New Books. [REVIEW] Mind 19 (73):125-136.
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  28. Helen Wodehouse (1910). Book Review:Valuation: Its Nature and Laws. Wilbur Marshall Urban. [REVIEW] Ethics 20 (2):217-.
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  29. Helen Wodehouse (1910). On Thinking About Oneself. International Journal of Ethics 21 (1):36-51.
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  30. Helen Wodehouse (1910). The Apprehension of Feeling. Mind 19 (76):523-532.
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  31. Helen Wodehouse (1909). Book Review:Social Psychology, An Outline and Source Book. Edward Alsworth Ross. [REVIEW] Ethics 19 (3):378-.
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  32. Helen Wodehouse (1909). Book Review:Attention. W. B. Pillsbury. [REVIEW] Ethics 19 (2):251-.
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  33. Helen Wodehouse (1909). Knowledge as Presentation. Mind 18 (71):391-399.
  34. Helen Wodehouse (1909). Professor James on Conception. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods 6 (18):490-495.
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  35. Helen Wodehouse (1909). Valuation: Its Nature and Laws, by Wilbur Marshal Urban. [REVIEW] Ethics 20:217.
     
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  36. Helen Wodehouse (1908). Attention, by W. B. Pillsbury. [REVIEW] Ethics 19:251.
     
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  37. Helen Wodehouse (1908). Judgment and Apprehension. Mind 17 (67):359-367.
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  38. Helen Wodehouse (1908). Social Psychology: An Outline and Source Book, by E. A. Ross. [REVIEW] Ethics 19:378.
     
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  39. Helen Wodehouse (1908). The Logic of Will: A Study in Analogy.
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  40. Helen Wodehouse (1907). Fragments of a Statement of Idealism. International Journal of Ethics 18 (1):63-76.
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  41. Helen Wodehouse (1907). The Idealist and the Intuitionist. International Journal of Ethics 17 (2):164-180.
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