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Publication Date: 1995
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Muller, Jerry Z.
"Jerry Muller has written an extraordinarily good book on the most quoted and least read of the worldly philosophers."--Robert Heilbroner, Author ofThe Worldly Philosophers "A good work of intellectual history should exemplify two qualities above all: animaginationthat allows the author to 'pass over' into the horizon of his subject in order to see the world as the subject sees it; and asympathysuch as to gain a feel for the world of the subject. . . . Like Adam Smith, his subject, intellectual historian Jerry Muller exemplifies these traits to an exceptional degree."--Michael Novak,First ThingsMuller, Jerry Z. is the author of 'Adam Smith in His Time and Ours Designing the Decent Society', published 1995 under ISBN 9780691001616 and ISBN 0691001618.
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