Additional Manuscripts c
||J.N. Keynes to Nora Sidgwick
||104/75 see 104/74
||4 Nov 1900
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|Content and context|
Announces that he sends what he has written for the Economic Journal [not included]. Remarks that it is very kind of her to agree to read it before it is published, and states that he will be grateful for any suggestions. Refers to the alterations he has made in the light of the notes she sent him. Explains that the course of lectures referred to by Professor Mandello is a course on philosophy and sociology, delivered by HS in the Easter term of 1896. Relates that when Mandello was in Cambridge he dined with them and afterwards called on them, but claims that he does not know or remember enough about him 'to have any reliable view as to the value of his opinion.' Claims that neither does he know anything about the Institut de sociologie of which he speaks. Undertakes to find out more if he can. Does not know who is the best person to sonsult about the desirability of publishing HS' course of lectures on sociology. Returns Mandello's letter.
|Keynes, John Neville (1852-1949) logician, economist and university administrator|
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