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  1. George Henry Lewes (/ ˈ l uː ɪ s / ⓘ; 18 April 1817 – 30 November 1878) was an English philosopher and critic of literature and theatre. He was also an amateur physiologist.

  2. George Henry Lewes (Londres, 18 de abril de 1817 – Londres, 30 de novembro de 1878) foi um filósofo e crítico de literatura e teatro inglês. [1] Tornou-se parte da efervescência de ideias em meados da Era Vitoriana, encorajando a discussão do darwinismo, do positivismo e do ceticismo religioso.

  3. 14 de abr. de 2024 · George Henry Lewes was an English biographer, literary critic, dramatist, novelist, philosopher, actor, scientist, and editor, remembered chiefly for his decades-long liaison with the novelist Mary Ann Evans (better known by her pseudonym, George Eliot). After a desultory education, Lewes spent two.

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  4. Learn about George Henry Lewes, the philosopher, critic and physiologist who lived with George Eliot for 25 years. Find out how they met, why they chose to live together and how he supported her writing career.

  5. This essay explores how George Eliot drew on her partner George Henry Lewes's experience as a scientist to create two characters, Edward Casaubon and Proteus Merman, in her final novel . It examines Lewes's scientific achievements, challenges, and controversies, and how Eliot may have used them to critique and celebrate him.

  6. Há 3 dias · 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).

  7. 1 de jan. de 2014 · A biographical and intellectual overview of Lewes' contributions to the mind-body problem, vitalism, embodied cognition, and symbolic perception. Learn about his life, works, and legacy in the history of neuroscience and philosophy.