Review of Victor Cousin's 'Cours de Philosophie' (Paris, 1828) in Edinburgh Review, XCIV (OCt 1829), 194-221

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Taken from letter from TC to David Aitken, dated 21st December 1829, written at Craigenputtoch, Dumfries. Pages 44-46 in this edition. Date range is an estimate based on date of this letter and publication date of the edition - but Carlyle refers to the same review in a letter to John Wilson dated 19th December, which implies that he had not read it on that date, so the date range may be smaller.

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