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  1. 13 de set. de 2020 · Por fim, ela acabou se apaixonando por outro escritor, George Henry Lewes. Refinado e famoso pela feiura, ele estava preso a um casamento com uma esposa que há muito tempo era amante de outro ...

  2. George Henry Lewes was determined to make a lasting contribution to science. Long before he knew George Eliot, Lewes was developing his theories about the philosophical and physiological links between mind and body. Eliot’s support of Lewes’s scientific ambitions appears to have been a key reason the two became close.

  3. George Henry Lewes. George Henry Lewes, Illustrated London News, December 1878. George Henry Lewes was a philosopher and critic of literature and theatre. He was also an amateur physiologist. He met Eliot in 1851. They found they had many shared interests and fell in love.

  4. 7 de abr. de 2024 · Quick Reference. (1817–78), a versatile writer, was author of plays, essays (notably on Comte and Hegel), Ranthorpe (1847), a novel in imitation of Goethe; and a popular history of philosophy from F. Bacon to Comte (Biographical History of Philosophy, 1845–6).

  5. 1 de jan. de 2014 · George Henry Lewes (pronounced Lewis) had a full and fascinating life, which has already been touched upon by biographers (including most recently Rosemary Ashton) yet he remains overlooked in most histories of neuroscience and philosophy. His life was unconventional from the outset.

  6. George Henry Lewes, consort of George Eliot biographer of Robespierre and Goethe, novelist, editor, and critic, was also a scientist and philosopher. An intellectual figure of great importance on the Victorian scene, he has never before received adequate modern scholarly appreciation.

  7. 492 George Henry Lewes as a Critic of the Novel largely from the classical tradition with which he identifies him-self.4 Lewes finds in every work of art "certain general prin-ciples . . . and certain technical principles," and regards that critic best "who best understands both principles, and whose sagacity