James Harris

(1709—1780) philosopher and musical patron

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(1709–1780). English author of an important philosophical grammar,

Hermes: or, a philosophical inquiry concerning language and universal grammar (London, 1751). The book, translated into both German and French, represents a ...

Subjects: Philosophy.

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