First Published in 1999. The purpose of this series is to provide a contemporary assessment and history of the entire course of philosophical thought. Each book constitutes a detailed, critical introduction to the work of a philosopher of major influence and significance. This book is an attempt to deal critically with all aspects of the work of George Moore, with interest interest in his early writings.

chapter I|29 pages

The refutation of idealism

chapter II|21 pages

Pure realism

chapter III|34 pages

The naturalistic fallacy

chapter IV|26 pages

Ideal utilitarianism

chapter V|20 pages

Pure realism rejected

chapter VI|16 pages

Logic and fictions

chapter VII|31 pages

Philosophical analysis

chapter VIII|26 pages

Sense-data and perception

chapter IX|34 pages

Knowledge and scepticism