What magic is there in the pronoun "my", to overturn the decisions of everlasting truth?
Writings by William Godwin
[books / book excerpts]
· Damon and Delia. London, 1784.
· Italian Letters; or, The History of the Count de St. Julian. London, 1784.
· Imogen: A Pastorial Romance From the Ancient British. London, 1784.
· An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Political Justice. 1st edition, London, 1793.
· Things as they are, or the Adventures of Caleb Williams. London, 1794.
· Of History and Romance. 1797.
· Memoirs of Mary Wollstonecraft. 2nd edition, 1798.
· Life of Chaucer. London, 1804.
· Fleetwood: Or, The New Man Of Feeling. London, 1805.
· Of Population. London, 1820.
· Thoughts on Man, his Nature, Productions and Discoveries. London, 1831.
· Lives of the Necromancers. London, 1834.
· An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Political Justice. 4th edition, London, 1842.
· A Defense of the Rockingham Party. London, 1783.
· An Account of the Seminary. London, 1783.
· The Herald of Literature. London, 1784.
· Instructions to a Statesman. London, 1784.
· On Education. Excerpted from various sources.
Writings about William Godwin
[dictionary / encyclopaedia entries]
· William Godwin. Encyclopædia Britannica (1911).
· William Godwin. The Literary Encyclopedia.
· William Godwin. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
· William Godwin. Wikipedia.
· To William Godwin Author of "Political Justice". By Samuel Taylor Coleridge. January 1795.
· William Godwin. By William Hazlitt. Excerpted from The Spirit of the Age, London, 1825.
· Life of William Godwin. By Mary Shelley. 1840.
· William Godwin: His Friends and Contemporaries. By C. Kegan Paul. London, 1876, vol. 1.
· William Godwin: His Friends and Contemporaries. By C. Kegan Paul. London, 1876, vol. 2.
· William Godwin and Mary Wollstonecraft. By C. W. Previté-Orton. New York, 1921.
· Summary of Principles. By Peter Marshall. Excerpted from The Anarchist Writings of William Godwin, London, 1986.
· Godwin's Place in the Anarchist Tradition: A Bicentennial Tribute. By K. C. Wenzer. Social Anarchism, 1995.
· Godwin Revisited: Anarchism for the Real World. By Christopher Joseph Roberson, 1996.
· William Godwin and Informal Education. By Mark K. Smith. infed.org, 1998.
· William Godwin. By Peter Landry, 2001.
· William Godwin: The Novel, Philosophy, and History. By Adam Rounce. History of European Ideas, March, 2007.
· Godwin, Fénelon, and the Disappearing Teacher. By Graham Allen. History of European Ideas, March, 2007.
· ‘Why May Not Man One Day Be Immortal?’ By Siobhan Ni. History of European Ideas, March, 2007.
· St. Leon and the Culture of the Heart. By Louise Joy. History of European Ideas, March, 2007.
· ‘The Vehicle He Has Chosen’. By David O’Shaughnessy. History of European Ideas, March, 2007.
· Portraits of Godwin. National Portrait Gallery (London).
Throw aside your books of chemistry, and read Godwin on necessity.