Author:Richard Congreve

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Richard Congreve
(1818–1899)
leading figures in the specifically religious interpretation of Auguste Comte's form of positivism

Works[edit]

  • Roman Empire of the West (1855)
  • annotated edition of Aristotle's Politics (1855; 2nd ed., 1874)
  • Catechism of the Positive Religion, translated from the French of A. Comte (1858; 3rd ed., 1891)
  • Elizabeth of England (1862)
  • Essays, political, social, and religious (1874; 2nd series, 1892)
  • Historical Lectures (collected in one volume, 1902)

Works about Congreve[edit]

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