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Merz on the history of thought

At Philosophical Fortnights: a brief note on John Theodore Merz’s History of thought in the nineteenth century. What the intellectual history of the nineteenth century looked like to a well-informed layman around 1900. Merz was trained as an engineer, became Vice-Chairman of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Electric Supply Co.,

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