Item 121 - Letter from J.H. Stirling to Henry Sidgwick

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ADD.MS.c/95/121

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Letter from J.H. Stirling to Henry Sidgwick

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  • 31 Dec 1874 (Creation)

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(1820-1909)

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Thanks HS for sending him his book The Methods of Ethics, and says that he will 'take it up and read it from time to time'. Refers to the attitude of Hume and Hegel to ethics, and also refers to Begriff and [Alt]. States that he fears that he shall not be able to take the same interest 'in these Mills and Bains and Spencers, etc.' as Sidgwick does. Has no doubt, however, that he will gain much from the matter and form of his book.

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