Carlyle, Thomas. An eminent Scottish historian and moral teacher. Carlyle was born in 1795. His writings have done much to impregnate English philosophy with the characteristic tendencies of the German school. Carlyle's principal works are: "Sartor Resartus," "History of the French Revolution," "Hero Worship, and Other Essays," "Latter Day Pamphlets," "Life of Frederick the Great." Died February 5, 1881.