|Title||:||henry sidgwick a memoir|
|Number of Pages||:||633 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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henry sidgwick a memoir Reviews
Fascinating combination of autobiography, occasional philosophical commentary, and journal of politics of 1880s as the Irish Home Rule crisis pushes Sidgwick and his fellow Liberal Unionists towards the Tory Party.Some great asides, eg:"Our discussion [at the Political Economy Club] was on the rise in value of gold as cause of depression. The bankers came to the front. It is an exaggeration to say that they know no Political Economy; I think they read Mill some time ago, and look at him from time to time on Sundays."