Lewes, George Henry (18171878)

Lewes, George Henry, a versatile man of letters, born in London, the son of an actor; wrote a “Biographical History of Philosophy” from the Positivist standpoint, published originally in 1845, and a “Life of Goethe” in 1855, “Seaside Studies,” “Problems of Life and Mind,” &c., and edited the Fortnightly Review; he did much to popularise both science and philosophy; though a married man with children, formed a connection with George Eliot, and died in her house (18171878).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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