Linked bibliography for the SEP article "George Edward Moore" by Tom Baldwin

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  • ‘The Nature of Judgment’ Mind 8 (1899) 176-93. Reprinted in *G. E. Moore: Selected Writings1-19. (Scholar)
  • ‘Truth’ in J. Baldwin (ed.) Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology Macmillan, London: 1901-2. Reprinted in *G. E. Moore: Selected Writings 20-2. (Scholar)
  • ‘The Refutation of Idealism’ Mind 12 (1903) 433-53. Reprinted in Philosophical Studies and in *G. E. Moore: Selected Writings23-44. (Scholar)
  • Principia Ethica Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 1903. *Revised edition with ‘Preface to the second edition’ and other papers, ed. T. Baldwin, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 1993. (Scholar)
  • Ethics Williams & Norgate, London: 1912.
  • ‘External and Internal Relations’ Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society20 (1919-20) 40-62. Reprinted in Philosophical Studies and in *G. E. Moore: Selected Writings 79-105. (Scholar)
  • ‘The Conception of Intrinsic Value’ in Philosophical Studies. Reprinted in *Revised edition of Principia Ethica,  280-98. (Scholar)
  • Philosophical Studies K. Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co, London: 1922.
  • ‘A Defence of Common Sense’ in J. H. Muirhead (ed.) Contemporary British Philosophy (2nd series), Allen and Unwin, London: 1925, 193-223. Reprinted in Philosophical Papers and in *G. E. Moore: Selected Writings106-33. (Scholar)
  • ‘Is Existence a Predicate?’ Aristotelian Society Supplementary volume 15 (1936) 154-88. Reprinted in Philosophical Papers and in *G. E. Moore: Selected Writings 134-46. (Scholar)
  • ‘Proof of an External World’ Proceedings of the British Academy 25 (1939) 273-300. Reprinted in Philosophical Papers and in *G. E. Moore: Selected Writings 147-70. (Scholar)
  • ‘A Reply to My Critics’ in P. A. Schilpp (ed.) The Philosophy of G. E. Moore Northwestern University Press, Evanston ILL: 1942, 535-677. (Scholar)
  • Some Main Problems of Philosophy George, Allen and Unwin, London: 1953.
  • ‘Certainty’ in Philosophical Papers 226-251. Reprinted in *G. E. Moore: Selected Writings 171-96. (Scholar)
  • Philosophical Papers George, Allen and Unwin, London: 1959.
  • The Elements of Ethics, T. Regan (ed.), Temple University Press, Philadelphia PA: 1991.
  • G. E. Moore: Selected Writings, T. Baldwin (ed.), Routledge, London: 1993.

For a complete bibliography of Moore's published writings up to 1966, see P. A. Schilpp (ed.) The Philosophy of G. E. Moore Northwestern University Press, Evanston ILL: 1942, 691-701.

Secondary Sources

General

  • P. A. Schilpp (ed.) The Philosophy of G. E. Moore Northwestern University Press, Evanston ILL: 1942.
  • A. Ambrose and M. Lazerowitz (eds.) G. E. Moore: Essays in Retrospect Allen and Unwin, London: 1970.
  • T. Baldwin G. E. Moore Routledge, London: 1990.

Section 1. Life and Career

  • J. M. Keynes ‘My Early Beliefs’ in Two Memoirs Hart-Davis, London: 1949. (Scholar)
  • G. Ryle ‘G. E. Moore’ in Collected Papers I, Hutchinson, London: 1971. (Scholar)

Section 2. The Refutation of Idealism

  • C. Ducasse ‘Moore's Refutation of Idealism’ in P. A. Schilpp (ed.) The Philosophy of G. E. Moore. (Scholar)
  • P. Hylton Russell, Idealism and the Emergence of Analytic Philosophy Oxford University Press, Oxford: 1990.

Section 3. Principia Ethica

  • C. D. Broad ‘Certain Features in Moore's Ethical Doctrines’ in P. A. Schilpp (ed.) The Philosophy of G. E. Moore. (Scholar)
  • W. J. Frankena ‘Obligation and Value in the Ethics of G. E. Moore’ in P. A. Schilpp (ed.) The Philosophy of G. E. Moore. (Scholar)
  • W. J. Frankena ‘The Naturalistic Fallacy’ Mind 48 (1939). (Scholar)
  • N. M. Lemos Intrinsic Value. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 1994.
  • W. D. Ross The Right and the Good Oxford University Press, Oxford: 1930.
  • N. Sturgeon ‘Ethical Intuitionism and Ethical Naturalism’ in P. Stratton-Lake (ed.) Ethical Intuitionism Oxford University Press, Oxford: 2002. (Scholar)
  • Ethics 113 (2003) — special edition for centenary of Principia Ethica
  • The Journal of Value Inquiry 37 (2003) — special edition for centenary of Principia Ethica. (Scholar)

Section 4. Philosophical Analysis

  • B. Russell The Problems of Philosophy, Williams and Norgate, London: 1912.
  • N. Malcolm ‘Moore and Ordinary Language’ in P. A. Schilpp (ed.) The Philosophy of G. E. Moore. (Scholar)
  • J. Wisdom ‘Moore's Technique’ in P. A. Schilpp (ed.) The Philosophy of G. E. Moore. (Scholar)

Section 5. Perception and Sense-data

  • O. K. Bowsma ‘Moore's Theory of Sense-data’ in P. A. Schilpp (ed.) The Philosophy of G. E. Moore. (Scholar)
  • R. Chisholm ‘The Theory of Appearing’ in R. Swarz (ed.) Perceiving, Sensing and Knowing Doubleday & Co., Garden City NY: 1965, 168-86. (Scholar)
  • G. A. Paul ‘Is There a Problem about Sense-Data?’ in R. Swarz (ed.) Perceiving, Sensing and Knowing Doubleday & Co., Garden City NY: 1965, 271-87. (Scholar)

Section 6. Common Sense and Certainty

  • T. Clarke ‘The Legacy of SkepticismJournal of Philosophy (1972). (Scholar)
  • N. Malcolm ‘Defending Common SensePhilosophical Review (1949). (Scholar)
  • N. Malcolm ‘Moore and Wittgenstein on the sense of “I Know”’ in Thought and Language, Cornell University Press, Ithaca NY: 1977. (Scholar)
  • M. McGinn Sense and Certainty Blackwell, Oxford: 1989.
  • A. Stroll Moore and Wittgenstein Oxford University Press, New York: 1994.
  • B. Stroud The Significance of Philosophical SkepticismOxford University Press, Oxford: 1984.
  • L. Wittgenstein On Certainty Blackwell, Oxford: 1969.
  • C. J. Wright ‘Facts and CertaintyProceedings of the British Academylxxi (1985) 429-72. (Scholar)

Section 7. Moore's Legacy

  • L. Wittgenstein Philosophical Investigations Blackwell, Oxford: 1953 (see part II section x for ‘Moore's paradox’). (Scholar)

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