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  1. Morris Ginsberg (1968). Essays in Sociology and Social Philosophy. Harmondsworth, Penguin.
    v. 1. On the diversity of morals.--v. 2. Reason and unreason in society.--v. 3. Evolution and progress.
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  2. Morris Ginsberg (1965). On Justice in Society. Penguin in Association with Heinemann.
  3. Morris Ginsberg (1963). The Concept of Justice. Philosophy 38 (144):99 - 116.
    Since the war there has been a revival of interest in the idea of justice and its relation to law. The main contributions have come from the side of jurisprudence among which may be mentioned Sir Carleton Kemp Allen, Aspects of Justice ; Potter, The Quest of Justice ; Friedmann, Legal Theory ; Stone, Province and Function of Law ; Paton, Textbook of Jurisprudence ; Goodhart, English Law and the Moral Law ; H. L. Hart, The Concept of Law ; (...)
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  4. Morris Ginsberg (1962). On the Diversity of Morals. Mercury Books.
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  5. J. Kemp & Morris Ginsberg (1962). Essays in Sociology and Social Philosophy. Volume III: Evolution and Progress. Philosophical Quarterly 12 (49):379.
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  6. J. Kemp & Morris Ginsberg (1959). Essays in Sociology and Social Philosophy:Volume I: On the Diversity of MoralsVolume II: Reason and Unreason in Society. Philosophical Quarterly 9 (34):91.
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  7. Morris Ginsberg (1958). On the Diversity of Morals. By R. H. Turner. [REVIEW] Ethics 69:209.
     
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  8. Morris Ginsberg (1958). Reason and Experience in Ethics. By R. H. Turner. [REVIEW] Ethics 69:141.
     
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  9. Morris Ginsberg (1956). Reason and Experience in Ethics. London.
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  10. Morris Ginsberg (1953). Comparative Ethics. Philosophical Quarterly 3 (12):253-256.
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  11. Morris Ginsberg (1953). The Idea of Progress a Revaluation. Methuen.
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  12. Morris Ginsberg & A. Pfander (1950). Philosophie der Lebensziele. Philosophical Quarterly 1 (1):85.
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  13. Morris Ginsberg (1948). Basic Needs and Moral Ideals. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 49:195 - 214.
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  14. Morris Ginsberg (1947). Reason and Unreason in Society. New York, Longmans, Green.
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  15. Morris Ginsberg (1947). Reason and Unreason in Society Essays in Sociology and Social Philosophy. School of Economics and Political Science.
     
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  16. Morris Ginsberg (1944). Moral Progress. Glasgow, Jackson, Son & Co..
  17. Morris Ginsberg (1944). Moral Progress Being the Frazer Lecture Delivered Within the University of Glasgow on 18th April 1944. Jackson, Son & Co.
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  18. Morris Ginsberg (1942). The Individualist Basis of International Law and Morals: The Presidential Address. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 43:i-xxvi.
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  19. Morris Ginsberg (1940). Arnold J. Toynbee, A Study of History. Vol. IV., V., and VI. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 39:210.
     
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  20. Morris Ginsberg (1939). Edward Westermarck, Christianity and Morals. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 38:277.
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  21. Morris Ginsberg (1938). The Function of Reason in Morals. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 39:249 - 270.
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  22. Morris Ginsberg (1935). Sociology. Philosophy 10 (40):499-500.
     
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  23. Morris Ginsberg (1934). Causality in the Social Sciences. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 35:253 - 270.
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  24. Morris Ginsberg (1933). No Title Available: New Books. [REVIEW] Philosophy 8 (32):498-498.
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  25. Morris Ginsberg (1933). History, Psychology, and Culture. By A. Goldenweiser, Ph.D. (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co.. 1933. Pp. Xii + 474. Price 18s.). [REVIEW] Philosophy 8 (32):498-.
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  26. Morris Ginsberg (1933). Systematic Sociology. By Leopold Von Wiese. Adapted by Howard Becker. (New York: J. Wiley & Sons. London: Chapman and Hall. 1932. Pp. Xxi + 772. Price $6; 37s.). [REVIEW] Philosophy 8 (32):497-.
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  27. Morris Ginsberg & Martin White (1933). Studies in Sociology. Philosophy 8 (30):246-248.
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  28. Morris Ginsberg (1932). Studies in Sociology. By C. D. Burns. [REVIEW] Ethics 43:365.
     
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  29. Morris Ginsberg (1932). History and Sociology. Philosophy 7 (28):431 - 445.
    In actual practice the relation between history and sociology is very close. The sociologist of necessity derives his material from the data furnished by anthropology and history. On his side the historian, however eager he may be to confine himself to detailed and close narration of actual fact, cannot avoid reference to problems of causation or assumptions regarding human nature or the general course of human evolution, and so is a sociologist malgré lui. Again, though there are still not wanting (...)
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  30. J. A. Hobson & Morris Ginsberg (1931). L. T. Hobhouse, His Life and Works. Philosophy 6 (24):512-515.
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  31. Morris Ginsberg (1930). The Concept of Evolution in Sociology. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 31:201 - 224.
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  32. Morris Ginsberg (1929). Leonard Trelawny Hobhouse. Philosophy 4 (16):442-.
    The sudden death of Professor Hobhouse on June 21, at the age of sixty-four years, at Alençon, Normandy, is a heavy loss to science and philosophy. He combined in a rare degree great powers of metaphysical speculation and synthesis with capacity for painstaking and detailed research in many fields of empirical science. He was one of the pioneers of comparative psychology; he developed a technique of the greatest value in the handling of the vast and chaotic data of anthropology; he (...)
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  33. Morris Ginsberg (1929). No Title Available. Philosophy 4 (13):148-148.
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  34. Morris Ginsberg (1929). The Unconscious in Action. By Barbara Low. With a Foreword by Professor T. P. Nunn. (University of London Press, 1928. Pp. 226. Price 5s. Net.). [REVIEW] Philosophy 4 (13):148-.
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  35. Morris Ginsberg (1926). Emotion and Instinct. Philosophy 1 (01):38-.
    Many contributions have been made in recent psychological literature to the study of the nature of emotion, yet profound differences of opinion remain both as to the aetiology and function of emotional states. I propose in this paper to inquire whether a consistent theory can be put forward which would do justice to all the facts that recent investigations have brought to light. It would appear that the defects of most of the theories of emotion are due to the fact (...)
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  36. Morris Ginsberg (1925). Harold J. Lenki, A Grammar of Politics. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 24:388.
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  37. Morris Ginsberg (1925). Paul Bureau, Towards Moral Bankruptcy. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 24:603.
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  38. Morris Ginsberg (1924). L. T. Hobhouse, Social Development: Its Nature and Conditions. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 23:569.
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  39. Morris Ginsberg & James Michel Williams (1924). The Psychology of Society. Journal of Philosophy 21 (10):273-275.
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  40. Morris Ginsberg (1922). The Category of Purpose in Social Science. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 23:245 - 262.
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  41. Morris Ginsberg (1921). L. T. Hobhouse, The Elements of Social Justice. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 20:793.
     
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  42. Morris Ginsberg (1921). L. T. Hobhouse, The Rational Good: A Study in the Logic of Practice. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 20:175.
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  43. Morris Ginsberg (1919). Is There a General Will? Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 20:89 - 112.
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  44. Morris Ginsberg (1919). W. S. Urquhart, Pantheism and the Value of Life. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 18:638.
     
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  45. Morris Ginsberg (1918). Hon. Bertrand Russell, Roads to Freedom. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 17:760.
     
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  46. Morris Ginsberg (1916). Wilhelm Wundt, Elements of Folk Psychology. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 15:337.
     
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