G. J. Warnock's scientific contributions

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... The picture of Moore as relinquishing interest in the metaphysical issues that occupied him early in his career is also suggested by the treatment of Moore's work in Soames (2003), which focuses almost entirely on his epistemology and ethics. It is also suggested by recent work in epistemology (see note 4) that focuses on Moore's discussions of knowledge, proof, skepticism and common sense, often without considering any connection between these discussions and his earlier metaphysical concerns, as well as by treatments, such as that in Warnock (1958), which portray Moore as lacking interest in metaphysics throughout his philosophical career. ...