Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Doctor Johnson” in chapter 1.6, page 86 of Cambridge History of American Literature: volume 1, Colonial and Revolutionary Literature: Early National Literature: Part I:

...e he was writing,--that was all very well; but for the Dean's disciple to attempt to introduce into the schools and infant seminaries in America this unadulterated Irish idealism was another thing. Doctor Johnson , explains his critic, only pretends to teach logic and moral philosophy; his logic and his morality are very different from ours. There is no matter, by his scheme; no ground of moral obligation. ...
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