Definition of Berlin, Sir Isaiah in English:

Berlin, Sir Isaiah

Line breaks: Sir Isaiah Ber¦lin
Pronunciation: /bəːˈlɪn/

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( 1909–97), Latvian-born British philosopher who concerned himself with the history of ideas. Notable works: Karl Marx (1939), Four Essays on Liberty (1959), and Vico and Herder (1976).

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