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Saturday, 03 November 2007

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Andrew R.

Scott, when you were first putting together your thesis proposal, did you ever think that evolution in nineteenth century thought might be a bit large a subject to tackle with the hope of ever actually finishing your thesis? I mean, I am agog and in awe at your attempt to tackle such a project, but it just seems a bit... humongous for a dissertation.

Jason

I tried googling it for you and came up with this hit:

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Hope it helps you out.

SEK

Andrew,

I didn't, but then again, no one ever does. What I mean is, I thought I'd isolated a local problem, and further sequestered it by limiting its provenance to 1895-1910 ... but that didn't work out. However, your comment has struck a nerve, and is something I need to think more about. Expect a post shortly.

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