Essays in the history of ideas

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Johns Hopkins Press, 1948 - Philosophy - 359 pages
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The author is founder of the History of Ideas Club at Johns Hopkins. Famous for his work on "primitivism", this is a collection of his essays. Interestingly, does not mention Hegel, who famously declared that the idea of history had died. Read full review

Contents

The Historiography of Ideas
1
The Supposed Primitivism of Rousseaus Dis
14
Monboddo and Rousseau
38
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