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...Mason, John John Mason was born in Dunmow, Essex, and died at Cheshunt in Hertfordshire. A nonconformist clergyman, he appears as a Presbyterian minister at Dorking in 1729, and appears to have moved to Cheshunt in 1748. His most notable...
...Dickinson Sergeant Miller was born on 7 October 1868 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He studied with George Fullerton Fullerton, George Stuart at the University of Pennsylvania, receiving his BA in 1889. He then studied psychology under G....
...Guy Allan Tawney was born on 11 March 1870 in Tippecanoe City, Ohio, of Daniel Abraham Tawney and Adelle Paige Tawney. He died on 5 January 1947, in Urbana, Illinois. Tawney attended preparatory school in New Castle, Indiana. He attended...
...Walker, Leslie Ignatius Leslie Ignatius Walker was born in Birmingham on 18 October 1877. After studying art for several years, he became interested in the Christian faith and in 1898 he converted to Catholicism. The following year he...
...Thompson, Manley Hawn, Jr. Manley H. Thompson, Jr., was born on 12 April 1917 in Zanesville, Ohio. He received his BA (1938), MA (1938), and PhD (1942) degrees from the University of Chicago. His philosophy graduate work focused...
...Edmund Gettier was born on 31 October 1927 in Baltimore, Maryland. He received his BA from Johns Hopkins in 1949 and his PhD in philosophy from Cornell in 1961. His dissertation title was “Bertrand Russell’s Theories of Belief.” Gettier...
...Ernest Sosa was born on 17 June 1940 in Cardenas, Cuba. He came to the United States and entered the University of Miami, discovering philosophy in his senior year. After graduating from Miami in 1961, Sosa went to the University...
...Aemilius, Antonius Antonius Aemilius (also known as Anton Melis, or Emilius) was born in Aachen (Germany) in 1589 as the son of a Dutch merchant and administrator. When the political situation allowed it and Protestant rule was secured...
...Laud, William William Chillingworth was born in Oxford in October 1602 and died on 30 January 1644 in Chichester, where he was buried in the cathedral. He was godson of William Laud , who was then a Fellow of St John’s College, Oxford....
...Greville, Robert, Lord Brooke Milton, John Robert Greville died at Lichfield on 2 March 1643. He was the adopted heir of his cousin, Fulke Greville, first Lord Brooke, who took responsibility for his education. He did not attend university,...