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Anna Wheeler

(1785—1848) philosopher

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Edward Bulwer-Lytton

Edward Bulwer-Lytton  

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(1803–73)English playwright, politician, and novelist. In Parliament Bulwer chaired the 1832 Select Committee which was responsible for a bill to allow any licenced theatre to play any kind of ...
Female Philosophers

Female Philosophers  

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There is a rich and diverse history of women philosophers in British thought, the extent of which scholars have only recently begun to acknowledge. Even in the first half of ...
Saint-Simonians

Saint-Simonians  

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The followers of a French social and philosophical movement founded in the mid-1820s that advocated fraternal cooperation and the reorientation of society towards the poorer classes. Named after the ...
Wheeler, Anna Doyle

Wheeler, Anna Doyle (1785–1848)   Reference library

An Oxford Companion to the Romantic Age

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(1785–1848),

the most advanced but neglected feminist and socialist activist and thinker of the period after Mary *Wollstonecraft

William Thompson

William Thompson  

(1775–1833)Thompson was born in Cork in 1775, the only son of Mr and Mrs John Thompson of Cork City, and died, following acute respiratory problems, at Middle Farm, Rosscarbery ...

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