Proof of an External World

Bibliography

  • G. E. Moore, The Nature of Judgment (1899)
  • G. E. Moore, Principia Ethica (1903)
  • G. E. Moore, Review of Franz Brentano's The Origin of the Knowledge of Right and Wrong (1903)
  • G. E. Moore, The Refutation of Idealism (1903)
  • G. E. Moore, The Nature and Reality of the Objects of Perception (1905-6)
  • G. E. Moore, Ethics (1912)
  • G. E. Moore, Some Judgments of Perception (1918)
  • G. E. Moore, "Philosophical Studies" (1922) [Papers published 1903-21, and first published two:]
    • G. E. Moore, The Conception of Intrinsic Value
    • G. E. Moore, The Nature of Moral Philosophy
  • G. E. Moore, Are the Characteristics of Things Universal or Particular? (1923)
  • G. E. Moore, A Defence of Common Sense (1925)
  • G. E. Moore and F. P. Ramsey, Facts and Proposition (Symposium) (1927)
  • G. E. Moore, Proof of an External World (1939)
  • G. E. Moore, "Some Main Problems of Philosophy" (1953) [Lectures delivered 1910-11]
    • G. E. Moore, Propositions
  • Margin Notes by G. E. Moore on The Works of Thomas Reid (1849: With Notes by Sir William Hamilton)
  • G. E. Moore: The Early Essays, by Tom Regan, Temple University Press (1986).
  • The elements of ethics / G.E. Moore; edited and with an introduction by Tom Regan, Temple University Press, (1991).
  • G. E. Moore, On Defining "Good," in Analytic Philosophy: Classic Readings, Stamford, CT: Wadsworth, 2002, pp. 1–10. ISBN 0-534-51277-1.

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