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The Anglo-Saxon myth and artisan mentality, 1780-1830

Lambert, Donald Alan


This is a study of the significance of the myth of the Anglo-Saxon constitution as part of the 18th century artisan mind. The study is undertaken by applying social science concepts such as structure, paradigm and myth to examine the logic of popular ideas. The myth of the Anglo-Saxon constitution is first related to the general level of rationality or mentality. This is followed by two case study chapters which examine particular expressions of 'Anglo-Saxon' or gothic thought in detail. This...[Show more]

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Date published: 1984
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d778868709bd


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