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...Anderson, Fulton Henry Fulton Henry Anderson was born on 23 May 1895 on a farm near Morell, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Anderson attended Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, receiving his BA in 1917. At Dalhousie, under...
...Armour, Leslie Leslie Armour was born on 9 March 1931 in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada. He received his BA from the University of British Columbia in 1952, and his PhD in philosophy from the University of London in 1956. During...
...De Quen, Jean Jean De Quen was the first trained philosopher to teach college-level philosophy in America north of Mexico. Catholic seminaries in Mexico and South America had been operating since the late 1500s. In the territories of what...
...Boucher, Pierre Pierre Boucher was born in July 1922 at Mortagne in the French county of Perche, and died on 19 April 1717 at Boucherville, Québec. His father, Gaspard Boucher, emigrated to Canada in 1634 after selling his family farm...
...Germain, Joseph-Louis Joseph-Louis Germain was born in Auvergne, France on 3 January 1633. Germain entered the Jesuit order in 1756 and underwent the prescribed Jesuit education. He taught humanities, philosophy and theology at several...
...Bouvart, Martin Martin Bouvart (baptized as Samuel) was born on 15 August 1637 in Chartres, France. He went to a school at Blois for his training in classics and humanities, and then he joined the Jesuit noviciate in Paris in 1658, where he...
...Duparc, Jean-Baptiste Jean-Baptiste Duparc was born on 18 June 1676 in Chartres, France. After three years of study in classics, humanities, philosophy, and one year of study in theology, he became a Jesuit novice in 1695. During the period...
...Demers, Jérôme Bouvart, Martin Jérôme Demers was esteemed as the greatest educator of his time by his colleagues, and he was one of Canada's most remarkable intellects during the 19th century. Demers was not Canada's first complete...
...Odelin, Jacques Jacques Odelin, a priest and philosopher, was born on 5 August 1789 in Saint-Constant, a town near Montréal in Lower Canada (now the province of Québec). His prominence was tied to his challenge to the theory of French...
...George, James James George was born on 8 November 1800 at Muckhart in the County of Perth (now in Clackmannanshire), Scotland. While he was a young child, George's family relocated to Kinross, where he received a primary education....