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  1. "The Moral Philosophy of Richard Price and Its Influence".

    Access to E. C. Lavers dissertation subtitled A study in ethics both critical and appreciative of his chief work on the Internet Archive, American Libraries site. Lavers explains Price's the rational origin of moral ideas in Price's ethics as an immediate intuition of the understanding. Intuitionism implies necessary truth in ethics.

  2. "Richard Price".

    Jonathan Bennett presents the complete text of Price's A Review of the Principal Questions in Morals in simplified and contemporary prose while still accurately retaining the content and style. Price's text is part of Some Texts from Early Modern Philosophy, a collection of edited and readable writings , all by Bennett.

  3. "Richard Price" [A Biography].

    J. J. O'Connor and E. F. Robertson outline a biography of Richard Price emphasizing his contributions to mathematics, science, and politics. This page is part of The MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive, sponsored by the School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of St Andrews, Scotland.

  4. "Richard Price".

    This article entry from the classic eleventh edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica includes a short summary of A Review of the Principal Questions in Morals along with the main biographical facts of Price's life. This Web page is part of the Love to Know, Classic Encyclopedia site.

  5. "Richard Price and Joseph Priestley"[Biographical Summaries].

    This biographical summary drawn from The Cambridge History of English and American Literature compares the lives of Price and Priestley and is presented on the Bartleby Great Books Online site.

Smelling out a Rat. Price, as a revolutionist is disturbed by the specter of Edmund Burke holding a crown and a cross, with an open copy of Price's revolutionary writing on his head. (Library of Congress)