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Moral Writings$

H. A. Prichard and Jim MacAdam

Print publication date: 2002

Print ISBN-13: 9780199250196

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0199250197.001.0001

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Reviews of Prichard's Books

Broad, C. D., ‘Critical Notice, H. A. Prichard, Moral Obligation: Essays and Lectures’, Mind, 59 (1950), 555–66.

Dawes Hicks, G., ‘Recent Criticism of Kant's Theory of Knowledge’ (reviews Sidgwick's Lectures on the Philosophy of Kant and Prichard's Kant's Theory of Knowledge), Mind, 22 (1913), 331–43.

Findlay, J. N., ‘Kant and Anglo‐Saxon Criticism’, in Kant's Theory of Knowledge, ed. Beck (Dordrecht: Reidel, 1974).

Hardie, W. F. R., ‘H. A. Prichard, Moral Obligation: Essays and Lectures’, Philosophy, 26 (1951), 159–61.

Hawkins, D. J. B., ‘The Ethics of H. A. Prichard’, Philosophical Quarterly, 1 (1950–1), 242–7.

Marvin, W. T., ‘Review of H. A. Prichard's Kant's Theory of Knowledge’, Philosophical Review, 18 (1909), 653–8.

Price, H. H., ‘Review of H. A. Prichard: Knowledge and Perception: Essays and Lectures’, Mind, 60 (1951), 103–21.

Richardson, E. E., ‘Review of H. A. Prichard's Kant's Theory of Knowledge’, Journal of Philosophy, 7 (1910), 359–61.

Walsh, W. H., ‘Kant's Critique of Pure Reason, Commentators in English, 1875–1945’, Journal of the History of Ideas, 42 (1981), 723–37.

Whitely, C. H., ‘H. A. Prichard, Knowledge and Perception, Essays and Lectures’, Philosophy, 25 (1950), 358–60.

Woozley, A. D., ‘H. A. Prichard, Knowledge and Perception, Essays and Lectures’, Philosophical Quarterly, 1 (1950–1), 172–3.

Obituaries

Carritt, E. F., ‘Professor H. A. Prichard Personal Recollections: A Memorial’, Mind, 57 (1948), 146–8.

Price, H. H., ‘Harold Arthur Prichard, 1871–1947’, Proceedings of the British Academy, 33 (1947), 331–50.

Ross, W. D., ‘Harold Arthur Prichard’, Dictionary of National Biography (London: Oxford University Press, 1941–50), 697–8.

The Times, (London), ‘Prichard, Harold Arthur, Death, December 31’, 2 Jan. 1947, 6–7. [W. D. Ross and the author of Who was Who? obituary report the date of death as 29 Dec. 1947. Price writes in his memorial ‘He died at the end of December, 1947’. Ed.]

Who was Who?, iv (London: Adam and Charles Black, 1941–50; repr. 1967), 938.

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