Essays on Equality, Law, and Education
WITH HIS REPUTATION will stand or fall the intellectual repute of a whole generation of his countrymen . . . If they did not accept his method of thinking, at least he determined the questions they should think about.. . The better sort ofjournahsts educated themselves on his books, and even the baser sort acqmred a hablt of quoting from them He Isthe only writer m the world whose treatises on highly abstract subjects have been printed during h_s
hfetirne in edmons for the people, and sold at the pnce of railway novels. Dorelgnersfrom all countries read his books as attentlvel_ as his most eager Enghsh disciples, and sought his opinions astotheir own questions with as muchreverence asffhe had been anatwe oracle.
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