Objective Prescriptions, and Other Essays

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REFERENCES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY

1. Writings of R. M. Hare

References in the text of the form 'H 1981a' are to this part of the bibliography, the last figure being the page except where otherwise indicated. References to The Language of Morals ( 1952b), Freedom and Reason ( 1963a), Moral Thinking ( 1981a), and Sorting Out Ethics ( 1997) take the form of the letters 'LM', 'FR', 'MT', and 'SOE' respectively, followed by the section number. References of the form 'I.I' are to sections of this volume. A complete bibliography of R. M. Hare's writings is contained in SOE, and on the internet at http://users/ox.ac.uk/∼corpo212/bibl.htmI.

1951. "'Freedom of the Will'", Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, supp. vol. 25. Repr. in H 1972b.

1952. The Language of Morals ( Oxford: Oxford University Press).

1957. "'Geach: Good and Evil'", Analysis 17.

1960. "'Nothing Matters'", in H 1972c. Repr. in T. Beauchamp, ed., Death and Dying ( Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1978), and elsewhere.

1963a. Freedom and Reason ( Oxford: Oxford University Press).

1963b. "'Descriptivism'", Proceedings of the British Academy 49. Repr. in W. D. Hudson , ed., The Is--Ought Question ( London: Macmillan, 1969), and in H 1972b.

1964. "'The Promising Game'", Revue internationale de philosophie 70. Repr. in P. Foot , ed., Theories of Ethics ( Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1967); in W. D. Hudson , ed., The Is--Ought Question ( London: Macmillan, 1969); and in H 1989a.

1967. "'Some Alleged Differences between Imperatives and Indicatives'", Mind 76. Repr. in H 1971b.

1969a. "'Practical Inferences'", in V. Kruse, ed., Festskrift til Alf Ross ( Copenhagen: Juristvorbundetsvorlag). Repr. in H 1971b.

1969b. "'Community and Communication'", in S. Verney, ed., People and Cities ( London: Collins). Repr. in H 1972c.

1970. "'Meaning and Speech Acts'", Philosophical Review 79. Repr. in H 1971b.

1971a. "'Wanting; Some Pitfalls'", in R. Binkley et al., eds., Agent, Action and Reason ( Toronto, Ont.: Toronto University Press). Repr. in H 1971b.

1971b. Practical Inferences ( London: Macmillan).

1972a. "'Principles'", Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 73 ( 1972-3). Repr. in H 1989a.

1972b. Essays on the Moral Concepts ( London: Macmillan).

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