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Author:John Henry Bridges

John Henry Bridges
(1832–1906)
English physician, and inspector to the Local Government Board, and translator

WorksEdit

  • France under Richelieu and Colbert, 1866 external source
  • International policy. In Essays on the foreign relations of England, 1866 external source
  • Two centuries of Irish history, 1888 external source
  • Harvey and his successors: the Harveian oration delivered at the Royal College of Physicians, October 18, 1892 external source
  • The 'Opus majus' of Roger Bacon, 1897 vol 1, vol 2, vol 3
  • Essays and addresses, 1907 external source
  • The life & work of Roger Bacon: an introduction to the Opus majus, 1914 external source
  • Illustrations of positivism; a selection of articles from the "Positivist review" in science, philosophy, religion and politics, 1915 external source
  • (tr.) "General View of Positivism." by Auguste Comte
  • The Unity of Comte's Life and Doctrine: A Reply to Strictures on Comte's Later Writings Addresses to J. S. Mill (1866) Google Book

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