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Thomas Taylor

(1758—1835) philosopher and translator


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(1758–1835),

classical scholar, mathematician, and Neoplatonist, the friend of T. L. Peacock. He was the first to embark on a systematic translation and exposition of Orphic and Neoplatonic literature. He published many works covering these interests.

Subjects: Philosophy — Literature.


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