Garland (1989)

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Stephen R. L. Clark
University of Liverpool
Abstract
This book, first published in 1985, presents a key collection of essays on Berkeley's moral and political philosophy. They form an introduction to, and analysis of, Berkeley's immaterialist arguments, part of his consciously adopted strategy to subvert Enlightenment thought, which he saw as a danger to civil society.
Keywords Ethics, Modern  Economics History
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Call number B1348.M66 1989
ISBN(s) 036718382X   0824024451   0367183803   9780367183820
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