Élie Halévy (philosopher)
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Who is Élie Halévy?
élie Halévy a.k.a. Élie Halévy was a French philosopher and historian who wrote studies of the British utilitarians, the acclaimed book of essays, Era of Tyrannies, and a history of Britain from 1815 to 1914 that greatly influenced British historiography.
- also known as Elie Halevy, Elie Halévy
- born on (145 years ago) in Étretat, child of Ludovic Halévy
- nationality: France
- education: École Normale Supérieure
- profession: Philosopher
- died on (77 years ago) in Sucy-en-Brie
- written works: "The Age of Peel and Cobden: A History of the English People 1841-1852", "The Era of Tyrannies: Essays on Socialism and War", "La Formation du Radicalisme Philosophique", "The Birth of Methodism in England", "La Théorie Platonicienne des Sciences", "England in 1815", "The World Crisis of 1914-1918: An Interpretation", "Correspondance: 1891-1937", "The Liberal Awakening", "Thomas Hodgskin", "Histoire du Peuple Anglais au XIXe Siècle", "History of the English People, 1895-1905"
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