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Herbert Spencer

(1820 - 1903) British Philosopher

 



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Philosophy; Evolution

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1820 - 1903. Evolutionary philosopher, born in Derby, Derbyshire. He became a civil engineer for a railway in 1837, but engaged extensively in journalism. A firm (pre-Darwinian) believer in evolution, his main work is the nine-volume System of Synthetic Philosophy (1862-93), which brought together biology, psychology, sociology, and ethics. He was a leading advocate of "Social Darwinism".

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  On hero-worship by HerbertáSpencer (1820 - 1903) British Philosopher

  On the aim of education by HerbertáSpencer (1820 - 1903) British Philosopher



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 Hero-worship is strongest where there is least regard for human freedom.

HerbertáSpencer, (1820 - 1903) British Philosopher



 The great aim of education is not knowledge but action.

HerbertáSpencer, (1820 - 1903) British Philosopher




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