CONDITION OF SCOTLAND FROM THE FOURTEENTH TO THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY From History of Civilisation in England Vol. III (1862) by H. T. Buckle. eBook £1.50 (see eBookshelf)

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English historian Henry Thomas Buckle’s (1821–62) plan was to write a fourteen-volume history of civilisation, putting historiography on a more scientific basis, comparing and contrasting the intellectual, political, religious and social histories of certain nations. Unfortunately, his death at the age of 41 meant only three volumes were completed: I — a General Introduction as to his methodology and philosophical premises; II — France and Spain, and III — Scotland . The present eBook consists of the first part of Vol. III; the second part of which, ‘An Examination of Scotch Intellect in the 17th and 18th Centuries’, will follow shortly.

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