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“A translation of M. Levy-Bruhl’s masterly exposition of the philosophy of Comte ought to be heartily welcomed by English readers. According to Mr. Harrison “no one abroad or at home, certainly neither Mill, nor Lewes, nor Spencer, nor Caird, has so truly grasped and assimilated Comte’s ideas as M. Levy-Bruhl has done.” And, apart from any such comparison, there can certainly be no difference of opinion as to the extraordinary merits of the work. It unites in a remarkable degree breadth of treatment with definiteness and lucidity.”
An extract from the review of the book by Henry Barker, in International Journal of Ethics, published by the University of Chicago Press.