The social & political ideas of some representative thinkers of the Victorian Age; a series of lectures delivered at King's College, University of London, during the session 1931-32. Edited by F. J. C. Hearnshaw.
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Social and political ideas of some representative thinkers of the Victorian age
Social and political ideas of the Victorian age
Political science -- History -- 19th century.
270 p. 23 cm.
Reprint of the 1933 edition.
Introductory: the Victorian Age, 1837-1901, by G. P. Gooch.--Thomas Carlyle, by R. S. Dower.--Herbert Spencer and the individualists, by the editor.--Sir Henry Maine and the historical jurists, by J. E. G. De Montmorency.--Alexis de Tocqueville and democracy, by H. J. Laski.--Karl Marx and social philosophy, by J. L. Gray.--T. H. Green and the idealists, by A. D. Lindsay.--Matthew Arnold and the educationists, by J. D. Wilson.--Walter Bagehot and the social psychologists, by C. H. Driver.--Taine and the nationalists, by R. A. Jones.--Appendix: the development of a psychological approach to politics in English speculation before 1869, by C. H. Driver.
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