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Harvard Classics, Vol. 24

PDF Burke’s great aesthetic treatise, "The Sublime and Beautiful" with it's introduction, "On Taste", served as an advance in the uniting of philosophy with psychology. Written immediately after the French Revolution, Burke’s primary antirevolutionary work, "Reflections on the Revolution in France", questions the motives of the actors and warns against the pulling down of all that is good in society with the bad, which would prove amazingly prophetic. Finally, his "Letter to a Noble Lord" is a response to Parliament’s objection to Burke’s state pension and is the height of the master of prosaic irony.

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