PSYCHOLOGY (MS 1099-1134)
Great men are potentially crushed by circumstances. The nineteenth-century man of science with his lifelong devotion to the truth stands as a model for the philosopher. Generally speaking, the nineteenth century is inferior to the eighteenth in production of great practical men.
Eighteenth century great men of, History, great men in, Nineteenth century studies, Psychology, Truth
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