GREEN, THOMAS HILL:
Title Lectures on the Principles of Political Obligation. With an introduction by A.D.Lindsay. Reprinted from Green’s Philosophical works, vol II. With a preface by Bernard Bosanquet.
Publisher Longmans Green and Co. 1941 repr.
Seller ID 73039
Size 5.75 x 9.0 inches. In brown cloth covers with paper title label to spine. With dustwrapper. 252pp. In very good condition with very good dustwrapper (dw; spine slightly darkened with small marks and rubbed at ends. Handling and other small marks. Slightly rubbed along edges with small chips and tears. Not price clipped). Small marks to fore edge. Neat inscription to font endpaper, dated 1945. Occasional small marks and foxing spots. Else a clean and tight copy. Lectures first delivered by T.H.Green in 1879. Political theory of the Oxford Idealists who claimed that the doctrine of human equality was a religious doctrine. The general thread is that of individual responsibility and whether the State has the right to interfere and if so to what extent.
THOMAS HILL GREEN, Lectures, Principles, Political Obligation, introduction, A.D.Lindsay, Oxford Idealists, human equality, individual responsibility, State, interfere, Politics Philosophy dustwrapper