John Chapman

(1821—1894) publisher and physician

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 (1821–94) English publisher.

Chapman’s publishing business (acquired in 1844) provided an important forum for intellectual debate, issuing George Eliot’s translations of Strauss and Feuerbach, Harriet Martineau’s version of Comte, and ...

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