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  1. Mandeville: a tale of the seventeenth century by William Godwin, 2010-05-14
  2. William Godwin by Peter H. Marshall, 1984-07-11
  3. The Anarchist Writings Of William Godwin by William Godwin, 1986-01-01
  4. Caleb Williams Or Things as They Are by William Godwin, 2004-02-01
  5. Lives of the Necromancers by William Godwin, 2010-03-07
  6. Caleb Williams (Penguin Classics) by William Godwin, 2005-08-30
  7. Memoirs of the Author of a Vindication of the Rights of Woman by William Godwin, 2010-07-12
  8. Enquiry Concerning Political Justice and its Influence on Modern Morals and Happiness (Dodo Press) by William Godwin, 2009-09-11
  9. Caleb Williams (Oxford World's Classics) by William Godwin, 2009-03-15
  10. St. Leon; A Tale of the Sixteenth Century by William Godwin, 2010-10-14
  11. The Works: William Godwin by William Godwin, 2008-01-30
  12. The Godwins and the Shelleys: A Biography of a Family by William St Clair, 1991-06-01
  13. William Godwin: A Biographical Study (Black Rose Books) by George Woodcock, 1996-07-01
  14. The Essential William Godwin Collection by William Godwin, 2009-06-17

1. William Godwin (1756-1836) British Writer.
(17561836) British writer. William Godwin is known for his radical political views. He published Enquiry into Political Justice in 1793, and The Adventures of Caleb Williams in 1794
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  • (1756-1836) British writer. William Godwin is known for his radical political views. He published "Enquiry into Political Justice" in 1793, and "The Adventures of Caleb Williams" in 1794. He married Mary Wollstonecraft, and was the father of Mary Shelley.
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    "Mary Wollstonecraft's last year with Godwin had, however, not been spent in domestic activities alonethey had in fact maintained separate residences so that both could continue their writing."
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    2. GODWIN, WILLIAM - Encyclopedia Britannica - GODWIN, WILLIAM - JCSM's Study Cente
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    3. William Godwin (Stanford Encyclopedia Of Philosophy)
    Article on the life and work of the founder of philosophical anarchism. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Mark Philp.
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    First published Sun Jan 16, 2000; substantive revision Wed Apr 8, 2009 An Enquiry Concerning Political Justice (1793) he argued that government is a corrupting force in society, perpetuating dependence and ignorance, but that it will be rendered increasingly unnecessary and powerless by the gradual spread of knowledge. Politics will be displaced by an enlarged personal morality as truth conquers error and mind subordinates matter. In this development the rigorous exercise of private judgment, and its candid expression in public discussion, plays a central role, motivating his rejection of a wide range of co-operative and rule-governed practices which he regards as tending to mental enslavement, such as law, private property, marriage and concerts. Epitomising the optimism of events in France at the time he began writing, Godwin looked forward to a period in which the dominance of mind over matter would be so complete that mental perfectibility would take a physical form, allowing us to control illness and ageing and become immortal. and the chambermaid turns out to be my mother. Godwin's conclusion that we must save the former relies on consequentialist grounds. However, since his account of the content of utility is inseparable from the development of truth and wisdom, and since we can best promote this through the full and free exercise of private judgment and public discussion, the resulting position looks more like a form of perfectionism than utilitarianism.

    4. William Godwin - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Godwin, William Alternative names Short description Journalist, Philosopher, Novelist Date of birth 3 March 1756 Place of birth Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, GB (now UK)
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    UK Occupation Journalist Political philosopher novelist William Godwin (3 March 1756 – 7 April 1836) was a British journalist, political philosopher and novelist . He is considered one of the first exponents of utilitarianism , and the first modern proponent of anarchism Godwin is most famous for two books that he published within the space of a year: An Enquiry Concerning Political Justice , an attack on political institutions , and Things as They Are or The Adventures of Caleb Williams , which attacks aristocratic privilege, but also is virtually the first mystery novel . Based on the success of both, Godwin featured prominently in the radical circles of London in the 1790s. In the ensuing conservative reaction to British radicalism , Godwin was attacked, in part because of his marriage to the pioneering feminist writer Mary Wollstonecraft in 1797 and his candid biography of her after her death; their child, Mary Godwin (later Mary Shelley) would go on to author Frankenstein and marry the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley . Godwin wrote prolifically in the genres of novels

    5. Godwin, William (Harper's Magazine)
    SEE ALSO A German course adapted to use in colleges, high schools, and academies; A midsummernight's dream; A tale of eternity; Adventures of Caleb Williams; L'Estrange, Alfred
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    6. William Godwin - Wikipedia, La Enciclopedia Libre
    Biograf a del pensador con enlaces relacionados.
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    Londres Nacionalidad británico Ocupación político, escritor Cónyuge Mary Wollstonecraft Hijos Mary William Godwin Wisbech 3 de marzo de Londres 7 de abril de ) fue un político y escritor británico , considerado uno de los más importantes precursores liberales del pensamiento anarquista y del utilitarismo . Es también famoso por las mujeres con las cuales estuvo vinculado durante su vida: se casó con la escritora feminista Mary Wollstonecraft en y junto a ella tuvo una hija, también llamada Mary , que ha pasado a la posteridad como la compañera del poeta Shelley y autora de la novela gótica Frankenstein
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    7. Godwin William: Free Encyclopedia Articles At Questia.com Online Library
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    8. Essay On Sepulchres Or, A Proposal For Erecting Some Memorial Of
    GODWIN, (William). I am a man of no fortune or consequence Engraved frontispiece. First edition. Small 8vo., internally a good copy, contemporary marbled calf, rebacked, green
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    9. William Godwin
    A short biography.
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    William Godwin was born at Wisbech in 1756. After three years at day school and three years with a private tutor in Norwich , Godwin entered Hoxton Presbyterian College. Godwin left college as a Tory but after five years as a minister he had developed radical political views. While he was a minister in Beaconsfield William Godwin became friendly with the Rational Dissenters, Richard Price and Joseph Priestley
    In 1787 Godwin left the ministry and became a full-time writer. Inspired by the writings of Tom Paine , Godwin published Enquiry into Political Justice in 1793. In the book Godwin argued that as long as people acted rationally, they could live without laws or institutions. The following year Godwin's pioneering novel, The Adventures of Caleb Williams , was published.
    In 1797 Godwin married Mary Wollstonecraft but she died soon after their daughter was born. The following year he wrote Memoirs of the Author of a Vindication of the Rights of Women (1798). He also spent several years on the Life of Chaucer Godwin's political ideas had a great influence on writers such as Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lord Byron . Godwin and Shelley became close friends. However, their relationship was damaged when in 1814, Shelley fell in love and eloped with Mary, Godwin's sixteen-year-old daughter. In later life Godwin concentrated on writing novels, the most popular being

    10. Godwin, William - Definition Of Godwin, William By The Free Online Dictionary, T
    God win (g d w n), William 17561836. British writer and political theorist who believed in the perfectibility of human nature and maintained that people could live harmoniously
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    12. Godwin, William - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Godwin
    English philosopher, novelist, and father of the writer Mary Shelley. His Enquiry Concerning Political Justice (1793) advocated an anarchic society based on a faith in people's
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    14. Godwin Archive
    An extensive collection of online texts by this noted early anarchist. Also contains biography, bibliography, commentary, and images.
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    15. Godwin, William Definition Of Godwin, William In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Godwin, William, 1756–1836, English author and political philosopher. A minister in his youth, he was, however, plagued by religious doubts and gave up preaching in 1783 for a
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    16. Godwin, William | Eighteenth-Century Book Tracker
    Author(s) Title Imprint Year Bibliographical Reference Note ; Godwin, William An Enquiry Concerning Political Justice
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    17. Godwin Chronology
    Chronology of William Godwin s life.
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    Home Search About Us Contact Us ... Critics Corner The Cynosure Michael Bakunin William Godwin Emma Goldman Peter Kropotkin ... Bright but Lesser Lights Cold Off The Presses Pamphlets Periodicals Anarchist History Worldwide Movements ... Graphics Chronology of Godwin's Life (only the landmark publications will be noted.) : March 3, born in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire Fens, England. His father, John Godwin, was Minister of Wisbech Independent Chapel. His mother, Ann Hull, came from a well-to-do family, her father owning several ships trading on the Baltic Sea. : Family moved to Debenham, near Suffolk. : Family moved to Guestwich, near Norwich where, until his death, John Godwin was minister at the Independent Meeting House for twelve years. : William, a brother, and a boy named Steele sent to Akers's school at Hindolveston, two and a half miles from home. : Sent to Norwich to become the sole student of Reverend Samuel Newton : Returned to Guestwich and worked as an assistant to Akers at his old school. : Father died in November. : Went to London, applied to Homerton Academy, but refused admission because of his adherence to Sandemanian views. Spent several months with relatives in Kent.

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    WILLIAM GODWIN, (1756-1836)
    English philosopher, anarchist. The first mordern anarchist writer, friend of William Blake Works include: Enquiry Concerning Political Justice Caleb Williams Vancouver Sun
    Enquiry Concerning Political Justice The turning point in his career was the French Revolution, which spurred him to write his major work, Political Justice , completed in 1793. Though many were disillusioned after the early years of the Revolution, Godwin's liberalism remained intact. The publication of this work gained him a far-reaching contemporary fame. Although Godwin wrote indefatigably, only Political Justice is still a work of enduring fame. His Caleb Williams , a novel with a social purpose, is another of his works retaining some contemporary interest. (Irving Horowitz, The Anarchists , 1964, Dell Publishing)
  • See Kropotkin's Encyclopedia Britanicca for context, http://www.pitzer.edu/~dward/Anarchist_Archives/kropotkin/britanniaanarchy.html
  • Godwin is listed as owner of the ARMAGEDDONIA ANARCHISTS baseball team, http://www.clark.net/pub/cosmic/98aar.html#berkman
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