Friedrich Max Muller

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British philologist (born in Germany) who specialized in Sanskrit (1823-1900)

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Humanists may be most interested in chapter 5, "Monumental Texts: Orientalism and the Critical Edition of India's National Heritage," which considers the career of Friedrich Max Muller, a scholar of India in Britain, and an "outsider" to both.
marinis fluctibus expositae, humanis contactibus subtrahuntur', Otia Imperialia, III, 123, in Friedrich Max Muller, The Science of Language, II (New York, 1891; AMS reprint, 1978), 674; my translation.
Moore's volume of Sources also ignores foreign missionaries, although it includes two interesting lectures by the famous comparative religionist and Sanskrit scholar Friedrich Max Muller predicting the convergence of the major world religions.