Item 17 - Letter from T. H. Green to Henry Sidgwick

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Add. MS c/94/17


Letter from T. H. Green to Henry Sidgwick


  • 27 May [ ] (Creation)

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Thanks him for his letter. Mentions Sidgwick's article, which Appleton failed to send him. Regrets not having convinced him about Locke. With regard to 'the chair', claims that he believes that the majority of the electors had made up their minds against him 'before the book came out, and they are not likely to be changed by it, while [Thomas?] Fowler, [his] chief supporter, may be alienated by it.' Claims that he has not been sleeping well for some time.

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