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G. E. Moore

a.k.a. George Edward Moore

Author Code: EGEM

Born: Nov. 4, 1873 - London, England

Died: Oct. 24, 1958 - Cambridge, England

Educated at Dulwich College and Trinity College, Cambridge, Moore met and became good friends with Bertrand Russell who infuenced him to alter his study from Classics to Philosophy. After graduating in 1896, he worked toward a fellowship at Trinity for which he was successful in 1898. In 1903, he published Principia Ethica, undoubtedly his greatest and most influential work and which received accolades in the scholarly world. After his time at Cambridge, he left in 1904 to pursue various interests. In 1911, he returned to Cambridge as a lecturer, eventually becoming professor of philosophy in 1925. In 1921, he became the editor of the influential philosophical journal, Mind, a position he held until 1944. He retired from Cambridge in 1939. Moore's influence was evident in the works of Russell and and his peer, Wittgenstein, but also with his many literary and scholarly acquaintances such as Lytton Strachey and John Maynard Keynes. His other works include The Nature of Judgment (1899), The Refutation of Idealism (1903), The Nature and Reality of the Objects of Perception (1906), Ethics (1912), Some Judgments of Perception (1918), Philosophical Studies (1922), A Defense of Common Sense (1925), Proof of an External World (1939) and Some Main Problems of Philosophy (1953).

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EGEM002 The Nature of Judgment 1899 10 260k eBook Download PDF - 'The Nature of Judgment' (EGEM002) Find a printed copy of The Nature of Judgment by G. E. Moore at AbeBooks
EGEM001 The Refutation of Idealism 1903 12 262k eBook Download PDF - 'The Refutation of Idealism' (EGEM001) Find a printed copy of The Refutation of Idealism by G. E. Moore at AbeBooks

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