"John Macmurray is not one of the twentieth century's most famous philosophers. This is surprising. Actually his work is more accessible, better written, and above all far more relevant than most of what I and many others studied as hallowed texts at university. I also find him immensely modern... in the sense that he confronted what will be the critical political question of the twenty-first century: the relationship between individual and society" (Tony Blair, Prime Minister of England, "Foreword" to Philip Conford, The Personal World: John MacMurray on Self and Society. Edinburgh: Floris Books, 1997).More information on Macmurray. (Philip Hunt)
Macmurray, John. The John Macmurray Papers, Edinburgh University Library.
Macmurray, John. 1991. The Self As Agent. Paperback Reprint edition (July 1991). Humanity Books.
Macmurray, John. 1961. Form of the Personal.
Macmurray, John. 1992. Freedom in the Modern World. Paperback Reprint edition (February 1, 1992) Prometheus Books.
Macmurray, John. 1993. Conditions of Freedom. Paperback Reprint edition (April 1993). Humanity Books.
Macmurray, John. 1998. Persons in Relation. Humanity Books.
Macmurray, John. 1996. Interpreting the Universe. Humanity Books
Macmurray, John. 1999. Reason and Emotion. Paperback Reprint edition (February 1999). Humanity Books.
Conford, Philip. 1997. The Personal World : John MacMurray on Self and Society. Edinburgh: Floris Books.
Costello, John E. (in press, 2002). John Macmurray: A Biography. Edinburgh: Floris Books. (384 pp; 234 x 154 cm. ISBN 0-86315-361-5; pbk; £20.00. Publication: February 21, 2002. For more information contact email@example.com).
Creamer. David G. 1996. Guides for the Journey : John MacMurray, Bernard Lonergan, James Fowler. University Press of America.
Duncan, A. R. C. 1991. On the Nature of Persons (John MacMurray Studies, Vol. 1). Peter Lang Publishing.
Harrison, S. M. 1993 "The John Macmurray Centenary," Chapman: Scotland's Quality Literary Magazine, No. 73 (Summer 1993) 69-71.
Wren, Thomas. (Out of Print). Personal Universe : Essays in Honor of John MacMurray.
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