Excerpt from French Philosophers and New-England Transcendentalis: A Thesis
Thanks for assistance in the course of actually drawing up the dissertation are due first, to Dr. Albert Lefevre, professor of philosophy at the University of Virginia, for valuable suggestions concer... ning the definition of Transcendentalism; next, to Dr. R. H. Wilson and adj unct-professor Dr. E. P. Dargan, of the depart ment of Romance Languages at the University of Virginia, for kind help in the work of revision and correction and, finally, to Dr. Charles W. Kent, professor at the head of the department of English at the University of Virginia, for general supervision of my work on the thesis.
In the work of compiling and writing the thesis I have been swayed by two motives: first, the purpose to gather by careful research and investigation certain definite facts concerning the French philosophers and the Transcendental movement in New England; and, secondly, the desire to set forth the information amassed in a cursory and readable style.
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