Herbert Spencer

Herbert Spencer (1820-1903), founder of sociology, was one of the leading philosophers of his day. Next to his magnum opus, System of Synthetic Philosophy, his collection of essays, The Man versus the State, secures him a place among the most important liberal minds in the history of evolutionary theory. Spencer, autodidact and polymath, wrote for the Economist and endorsed universal suffrage.

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