Tyler, Colin Books

Thomas Hill Green (1836-1882) and the Philosophical Foundations of Politics an Internal Critique
1998 0-7734-8498-1
“Tyler’s study of Green displays a threefold strength: he takes seriously the interrelated nature of Green’s philosophy; not only does he pursue an internal critique of Green, but he also effectively defends Green against some major persisting criticism; and Tyler extends Greenian scholarship by connecting Green’s philosophy with contemporary issues. . . . This explains his systematic re-examination of the metaphysical and epistemological foundation of Green’s ethical and political philosophy. . . . serious and highly scholarly study of Green. Scholars of Green and late nineteenth century British political thought should welcome Tyler’s book and find it enriching.” – Avital Simhony in Bradley Studies