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Hogg met Shelley at Oxford and was expelled with him in 1811 for his share in
writing a pamphlet called “The Necessity of Atheism." He later studied law at
London's Middle Temple and became a barrister in 1817. He was the author of
June 21, 1789, Paris), encyclopaedist and philosopher, the most celebrated
exponent of atheism and Materialism, whose inherited wealth allowed him to
entertain many of the noted philosophers of the day, some ofwhom (Comte de
... 16:980g Humanist Manifesto, A (1933), statement of humanist consensus,
drawing on concepts of evolution and pragmatism, prepared by U.S.
philosophers. atheism and Pragmatism 2:260a humanitas, Latin equivalent of
paidet'a (q. v.).
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