The Alleged Prussianism of Thomas Carlyle

The Alleged Prussianism of Thomas Carlyle

Book - 1918
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This article was written at the end of WWI and considers Carlyle's views about the use of force. His work had been adopted and admired by a number of Prussian leaders and thinkers, largely because of his complimentary biography of Frederick the Great.
Publisher: [s.l.] : The University of Chicago Press, 1918.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (20 p.)

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