John Grote, Cambridge University And the Development of Victorian Thought

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  • Copyright: 2006-09-01
  • Publisher: Ingram Pub Services

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Monograph study of the Idealist philosopher JOhn Grote

Author Biography

John R. Gibbins is Director of Postgraduate Skills Development at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Table of Contents

Contexts and conventions
Making the man : the life and early writings of John Grotep. 21
Contexts, canons and conventions - idealism and the British philosophical traditions (1800-1860)p. 87
Intellectual elites, universities and philosophy at Cambridge (1800-1860)p. 123
The philosophy of John Grote
Philosophy and its methodsp. 159
Epistemology, ontology and language - the metaphysical foundations of philosophyp. 175
Human mind, human nature and morality : an idealist prolegomenon to ethicsp. 223
Moral and political philosophy
John grote's moral philosophyp. 273
Grote's critique of Mill's utilitarian moral philosophyp. 305
Jural ethicsp. 337
Summary and conclusions
John Grote, Cambridge University and the development of Victorian thoughtp. 407
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