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Historical analysis of Christian civilisation - Page 528
by Louis Raymond Vιricour - 1850 - 502 pages
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Life of Jean Paul F. Richter, compiled from various sources [by E.B. Lee ...

Eliza Buckminster Lee - 1845
...Series of Essays. The subjects are better chosen. They come more home to the experience of the mass of mankind, and are consequently more interesting....artistic improvement in the composition." — Spectator. " Beyond social science, because beyond and outside social existence, there lies the science of self,...
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An Inquiry Concerning the Origin of Christianity

Charles Christian Hennell - Bible - 1841 - 506 pages
...series of Essays. The subjects are better chosen. They come home more to the experience of the mass of mankind, and are consequently more interesting....improvement in the composition . . . — Spectator . William von Humboldt's Letters to a Female Friend. A Complete Edition. Translated from the Second...
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The Log Cabin: Or, The World Before You

Hannah Farnham Sawyer Lee - American fiction - 1844 - 120 pages
...nrstSeriesof Essays. The subjects are better chosen. They come more home to the experience of the mass of mankind, and are consequently more interesting....literature will read Mr. Emerson's new volume, as they most of them have read his former one ; and if correct taste, and sober views of life, and such...
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On the nature of the scholar, and its manifestations, tr., with a memoir of ...

Johann Gottlieb Fichte - 1845
...Series of Essays. The subjects are better chosen. They come more home to the experience of the mass of mankind, and are consequently more interesting....literature will read Mr. Emerson's new volume, as they most of them have read his former one ; and if correct taste, and sober views of life, and such...
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Ultramontanism, or The Roman Church and modern society, tr. by C. Cocks

Edgar Quinet - 1845
...Series of Essays. The subjects are better chosen. They come more home to the experience of the mass of mankind, and are consequently more interesting....literature will read Mr. Emerson's new volume, as they most of them have read his former one ; and if correct taste, and sober views of life, and such...
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The rationale of religious enquiry: or, The question stated of reason, the ...

James Martineau - Unitarian Universalist churches - 1845 - 165 pages
...series of essays. The subjects are better chosen. They come home more to the experience of the mass of mankind, and are consequently more interesting....indicates an artistic improvement in the composition."— fSpecta tor. "All lovers of literature will read Mr. Emerson's new volume, as the most of them have...
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A retrospect of the religious life of England: or, The church, puritanism ...

John James Tayler - 1845
...Series of Essays. The subjects are better chosen. They come more home to the experience of the mass of mankind, and are consequently more interesting....indicates an artistic improvement in the composition." — Si^ctator. " All lovers of literature will read Mr. Emerson's new volume. as they most of th em...
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The Aristocracy of England: A History for the People

William Howitt - Aristocracy (Social class) - 1846 - 336 pages
...series of essays. The subjects are better chosen. They come more home to the experience of the mass of mankind, and are consequently more interesting....literature will read Mr. Emerson's new volume, as they most of them have read his former one ; and if correct taste, and sober views of life, and such...
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A Discourse of Matters Pertaining to Religion

Theodore Parker - Christianity - 1846 - 380 pages
...series of essays. The subjects are better chosen. They come more home to the experience of the mass of mankind, and are consequently more interesting....literature will read Mr. Emerson's new volume, as they most of them have read his former one ; and if correct taste, and sober views of life, and such...
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The destination of man, tr. by mrs. Percy Sinnett

Johann Gottlieb Fichte - 1846
...series of essays. The subjects are better chosen. They come more home to the experience of the mass of mankind, and are consequently more interesting....literature will read Mr. Emerson's new volume, as they most of them have read his former one ; and if correct taste, and sober views of life, and such...
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