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T. H. Green: Political Theory and Liberalism

  • Helen LoaderEmail author
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Abstract

As a leading exponent of liberalism and a member of the Liberal Party from 1876 until his death in 1882, T. H. Green had a significant impact on his community and those whom he inspired through his idealist philosophy. Green’s liberalism was characterised by his religious beliefs and his idea of the state as a mechanism for moral improvement, as he sought to address poverty and social injustice.

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  1. 1.Centre for History of Women’s EducationUniversity of WinchesterWinchesterUK

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