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" Hindus are not only on a par with the least civilized nations of the Old and New World, but they are plunged almost without exception in the lowest depths of immorality and crime. Considered merely in a literary capacity, the description of the Hindus... "
The History of Chess: From the Time of the Early Invention of the Game in ... - Page lix
by Duncan Forbes - 1860 - 312 pages
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Asiatic Journal

Asia - 1840
...original, and which almost outrages humanity. Considered merely in a literary capacity," Mr. Wilson adds, " the description of the Hindus, in the History of British...obvious unfairness and injustice ; but in the effects it is likely to' exercise upon the connexion between the people of England and the people of India,...
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The History of British India, Volume 1

James Mill, Horace Hayman Wilson - Hindus - 1858
...humanity. As he represents them, the Hindus are not only on a par with the least civilized nations of the Old and New World, but they are plunged almost...the effects which it is likely to exercise upon the counexion between the people of England and the people of India, it is chargeable with more than literary...
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On Revolutions and Progress in Economic Knowledge

Terence Wilmot Hutchison - Economics - 1978 - 349 pages
...portrait of the Hindus which has no resemblance to the original and which almost outrages humanity. . . The History of British India is open to censure for...the effects which it is likely to exercise upon the connection between the people of England and the people of India, it is chargeable with more than literary...
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Orientalism and the Postcolonial Predicament: Perspectives on South Asia

Carol A. Breckenridge, Peter van der Veer - History - 1993 - 355 pages
...against its rash statements based on insufficient evidence and its "evil tendency" to depict Hindus as "plunged almost without exception in the lowest depths of immorality and crime," which is "calculated to destroy all sympathy between the rulers and the ruled." Wilson then ventures...
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Black Athena Writes Back: Martin Bernal Responds to His Critics

Martin Bernal - History - 2001 - 550 pages
...superficiality and inaccuracy of most of Mill's attacks on Indian culture. In his preface Wilson wrote: Considered merely in a literary capacity, the description...obvious unfairness and injustice; but in the effects that it is likely to exercise upon the connexion between the people of India, it is chargeable with...
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