Foundational Problems in Philosophy
Politics, Ethics, Aesthetics, and Religion
This work provides critical introductions to, and extensive annotations on, a number of the essays, many previously unpublished, of South African philosopher Arthur Ritchie Lord. The editors have compiled writings that show the extent of Lord's interests and present some of his original ideas on political philosophy, aesthetics, the philosophy of religion, and the philosophy of history. A distinctively idealist approach is brought to philosophical issues, drawing on a rich tradition of thought rooted in Kant, Hegel, and the British Idealists.
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"... these essays deserve to find a place among the writings of the British idealists, and to be read not only out of antiquarian interest, but because they have something to say about issues that remain as contentious now as they were then." - Professor David Boucher, Cardiff University"