An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy
The textual introduction, by John M. Robson, examines the treatise in context of Mill's life in the 1860s, outlines its composition, and discusses, among other matters, the importance of the extensive revisions Mill made, mostly in response to critics.
Subjects: Philosophy, History
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