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Thomas Wilson

(c. 1523—1581) humanist and administrator


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(1523/4–81)

Humanist, educated at Eton College and King's College, Cambridge; he was made a privy counsellor and a secretary of state in 1577. He published The Rule of Reason, a ...

Subjects: Literature — Economics.


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