APA Citation

Friend of the utmost reform. (1828). A new theory of moral and social reform founded on the principal and most general facts of human nature, or, Essays to establish a universal criterion of moral truth that shall be intelligible and practicable alike to every individual, and to found thereon a plan of voluntary association and order .. London: Printed for E. Wilson.

Chicago Style Citation

Friend of the utmost reform. A New Theory of Moral and Social Reform Founded On the Principal and Most General Facts of Human Nature, Or, Essays to Establish a Universal Criterion of Moral Truth That Shall Be Intelligible and Practicable Alike to Every Individual, and to Found Thereon a Plan of Voluntary Association and Order .. London: Printed for E. Wilson, 1828.

MLA Citation

Friend of the utmost reform. A New Theory of Moral and Social Reform Founded On the Principal and Most General Facts of Human Nature, Or, Essays to Establish a Universal Criterion of Moral Truth That Shall Be Intelligible and Practicable Alike to Every Individual, and to Found Thereon a Plan of Voluntary Association and Order .. London: Printed for E. Wilson, 1828.

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