Richard Fiddes Bibliography

A General Treatise of Morality, Form'd upon the Principles of Natural Reason only. With a Preface in Answer to two Essays lately published in the Fable of the Bees. And some incidental Remarks upon an Inquiry concerning Virtue, by the Right Honourable Anthony Earl of Shaftesbury 1724
Fiddes defines moral truth as consisting in the contemplation of the moral perfections of the divine nature, the rule and model of perfection to all other intelligent beings.