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... Edinburgh , 1887); repr. in Thomas Duddy (ed.), The Irish Response to Darwinism, vol. 5 (Bristol, 2003). Further Reading Livingstone David N. , ‘Darwin in Belfast: The Evolution Debate’, in J.W. Foster (ed.), Nature in Ireland ( Dublin , 1997)....
... Hamilton and Dr Thomas Brown ( Dublin , 1868). Further Reading Duddy, T. , ‘ The Peculiar Opinions of an Irish Platonist: The Life and Thought of Thomas Maguire ’, in T. Foley and S. Ryder (eds), Ideology and Ireland in the Nineteenth Century (...
... replied defensively and uncompromisingly in a subsequent issue of the Record in an article headed ‘Faith and Evolution’.Bibliography ‘Darwinism’, The Irish Ecclesiastical Record (3rd series), vol. 5 (September 1884), pp. 584–94 ; repr. in Thomas...
...Bernard, John Henry John Henry Bernard was born in India on 27 July 1860 and died in Dublin on 29 August 1927. The son of a civil engineer, he was brought back to Ireland in infancy after his father’s death. Educated at Trinity College...
...Thomas Ebenezer Webb was born in Cornwall on 8 May 1827 and died in Dublin on 30 November 1903. He was educated at Kingswood School and at Trinity College, Dublin, graduating BA in 1850, MA in 1857 and LL.D. in 1859. He was appointed...
...Molloy, Gerald Gerald Molloy was born in Mount Tallant House, near Dublin on 10 September 1834 and died suddenly on 1 October 1906 while on a visit to the Royal University of Aberdeen. He was buried in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin. Educated...
...Tyrrell, George George Tyrrell was born in Dublin on 6 February 1861 and died in Storrington, Sussex on 15 July 1909. Educated at Rathmines School, he converted from Anglicanism to Roman Catholicism at the age of eighteen, and was received...
...Howley, John F.W. John Francis Whittington Howley was born in Sligo in 1866 and died in Dublin on 29 August 1941. He was educated at Summerhill College, Sligo, St Stanislaus’s College, Tullabeg and University College, Dublin. He received...
... is based on a series of talks presented on Irish radio. Each talk takes the form of a Socratic dialogue in which the central character is a Professor Thomas Plato whose starting points are always Thomistic and orthodox. Philosophy...
...Rolleston, T.W. Thomas William Rolleston was born in Glasshouse, Shinrone, Co. Offaly, in 1857 and died on 5 December 1920 in Hampstead, London. He was educated at St Columba’s College, Rathfarnham and at Trinity College, Dublin,...