An Examination of the Utilitarian Philosophy
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Excerpt from An Examination of the Utilitarian Philosophy
Professor Grote died in August 1866, leaving to me the charge of arranging and editing his manuscripts. In the preceding year he had brought out the first part of his Exploratio Philosophica, or Rough Notes on Modern Intellectual Science. The readers of that book will remember the words in which he expresses his foreboding that he had little time remaining for work. 'I have arrived,' he says, 'at an age at which a man begins to feel that, if he thinks he has anything to say, he must say it, without being too particular how: if it shall please God to give me opportunity, it is possible that some things said here confusedly may hereafter be put in a clearer form; but in the interim, as time is passing, it is possible that some things which I say may suggest thought in others, and what I see but indistinctly may be seen by them more clearly and put in a better and truer light.'
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