Placing William Forster Lloyd in context

@inproceedings{Moore2010PlacingWF,
  title={Placing William Forster Lloyd in context},
  author={G. Moore and M. White},
  year={2010}
}
There is no exaggeration in the claim that abstract-deductive political economy in pre-Tractarian Oxford was driven by Richard Whately and hence centred at Oriel College. At this time Oriel was defined by a group of intellectuals now commonly referred to as the Oriel Noetics, of whom Whately was one, and the nature of Oxford political economy in the opening decades of the nineteenth century (including William F. Lloyd's contribution to it) cannot be understood outside the context of the… Expand
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