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  1. P. S. Burrell (1932). Man the Measure of All Things: Socrates Versus Protagoras : Man the Measure of All Things. Philosophy 7 (26):168-184.
    First Criticism of the Theory .—This is of the nature of an argumentum ad hominem . In the first place, It is surprising that so clever a man as Protagoras did not see that he proved more than he intended, for according to his theory not only are all men, the wise and the foolish, reduced to the same level, but on the plane of sentient experience it is just as true to say that a pig or a tadpole is (...)
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  2. P. S. Burrell (1932). Man the Measure of All Things: Socrates Versus Protagoras : PHILOSOPHY. Philosophy 7 (25):27-41.
    The study of Plato has become involved in so many entanglements of higher criticism that it is difficult even to approach the interpretation of any particular dialogue without bias or preconceptions. A swarm of problems starts up for settlement as a preliminary consideration to the correct understanding of Plato’s aims in writing the dialogue, and there is a danger lest its precise issue and philosophical value may be obscured by discussions about its place in the chronological order of the dialogues, (...)
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  3. P. S. Burrell (1932). Man the Measure of All Things: Socrates Versus Protagoras (I). Philosophy 7 (25):27 - 41.
  4. P. S. Burrell (1932). Man the Measure of All Things: Socrates Versus Protagoras (II). Philosophy 7 (26):168 - 184.
  5. P. S. Burrell (1927). The Problem of Ethics. Philosophy 2 (05):62-.
    The problem of ethics may arise in any circumstances, at all times and in all places. For it is an ever-present problem which confronts every individual at all stages of his career after the dawn of consciousness. It is not limited to any particular aspect or department of life; it concerns the whole life of every human being from the cradle to the grave. Its existence may not be consciously recognized, and generally the choice of right and wrong action is (...)
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  6. P. S. Burrell (1916). The Plot of Plato's Republic (I). Mind 25 (97):56-82.
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  7. P. S. Burrell (1916). The Plot of Plato's Republic. Mind 25 (98):145-176.
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