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Maynard Keynes was born into a certain civilisation at a particular moment of history, and was one of its foremost products. He inherited both its aspirations and its tensions. He grew up in the shadow of its great figures, notably Henry Sidgwick and Alfred Marshall, the teachers and colleagues of is father. His style of thought and way of life both bear Cambridge's unmistakable imprint.


John Maynard Keynes: 1883-1946: Economist, Philosopher, Statesman (2003) - Ch. 2. Cambridge Civilisation: Sidgwick and Marshall

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Maynard Keynes was born into a certain civilisation at a particular moment of history, and was one of its foremost products. He inherited both its...

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Maynard Keynes was born into a certain civilisation at a particular moment of history, and was one of its foremost products. He inherited both its...

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Maynard Keynes was born into a certain civilisation at a particular moment of history, and was one of its foremost products. He inherited both its...

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Maynard Keynes was born into a certain civilisation at a particular moment of history, and was one of its foremost products. He inherited both its...