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" The absorption of the individual by the State is fatal to the independence of the subject. We have no better instance of the excessive uniformity which renders the productions of their best writers fatiguing and monotonous, than in the brilliant literary... "
The London Review - Page 6
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 54

1861
...absorption of the individual by the state is fatal to the independence of the subject. We have no better instance of the excessive uniformity which renders...fatiguing and monotonous, than in the brilliant literary mechauism of the age of Louis XIV. All progress, as Mr. Buckle has remarked, is impossible with an...
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The London Review, Volume 17

William Lonsdale Watkinson, William Theophilus Davison - 1862
...absorption of the individual by the State is fatal to the independence of the subject. We have no better instance of the excessive uniformity which renders...charming only at a distance. On a nearer view this sesthetic and irreproachable system, this masterpiece of political architecture, is only a magnificent...
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