External and Internal Relations∗

  title={External and Internal Relations∗},
  author={George Edward Moore},
In the index to Appearance and Reality (First Edition) Mr. Bradley declares that all relations are “intrinsical”; and the following are some of the phrases by means of which he tries to explain what he means by this assertion. “A relation must at both ends affect, and pass into, the being of its terms” (p. 364). “Every relation essentially penetrates the being of its terms, and is, in this sense, intrinsical” (p. 392). “To stand in a relation and not to be relative, to support it and yet not to… CONTINUE READING