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A History of European Thought in the Nineteenth Century

Nature volume 71, pages 241243 (12 January 1905) | Download Citation



A NEWSPAPER review of this book has come into our possession, which gives the impression that its most prominent feature is the treatment of biological questions such as the Darwinian theory. Doubtless the reviewer was a biologist. His remark that “the book is not a very easy; one to read” is, however, very true.

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