`Mander's new book ... contributes to the rebirth of Bradley's thought ... Mander's book has its strong points. He provides a rigorous defence of Bradley's arguments ... a meticulous analysis of the anti-relational arguments ... a welcome contribution to Bradley scholarship ... the book will be valued mainly for clarifying and accessing the various interpretations of Bradley and for providing a basis for contemporary treatment of Bradleian themes.' Mind
About the Author
W. J. Mander is a Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy at Manchester College, Oxford.