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Henry Sidgwick

(1838—1900) philosopher


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(1838–1900),

moral philosopher. At Cambridge he supported the movement for abolishing religious tests. His Methods of Ethics (1874), a study of moral philosophy on mainly hedonistic lines, had considerable influence.

Subjects: Philosophy.


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