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...A Presbyterian pastor and educator, Charles Nisbet's appropriation of Scottish philosophy for religious purposes transmitted a moderate form of the Enlightenment in colonial America and the early United States.The son of William and Alison...
...Nisbet, Charles Charles Nisbet's contribution to the American Enlightenment reflects the paradoxical way in which ideas intermixed in America. His synthesis of Enlightenment learning and Calvinist orthodoxy, along with his critique...
...Mahan, Asa Asa Mahan was born on 9 November 1799 in Vernon, New York. His religious upbringing in a devout Congregationalist home was tinged with frontier revivalism and marked by intense struggles against traditional Calvinist doctrines...
...McGuffey, William Holmes William Holmes McGuffey was born to Anna and Alexander McGuffey in Washington County, Pennsylvania, on 23 September 1758. By the time he two years old, his intrepid and industrious family had moved near Youngstown...
...Tappan, Henry Philip Henry Philip Tappan was born on 18 April 1805 to Ann DeWitt and Peter Tappan in Rhinebeck, New York. As the youngest of seven children, and the son of a merchant and trader, Tappan was raised in a middle class family...
...Munsell, Oliver Spencer Oliver Spencer Munsell was born on 8 June 1825 in Miami County, Ohio. He attended Indiana Asbury College (now DePauw University) in Greencastle, Indiana, which had been founded by Methodists in 1835 and named after...
...Andrews, John Locke, John Beasley, Frederick Frederick Beasley was born near Edenton in Chowan County, North Carolina in 1777, and he died in Elizabethtown, New Jersey on 2 November 1845. He attended Nassau Hall of the College of New Jersey...
...Leach, William Turnbull William Leach was born on 1 March 1805 in Berwick-upon-Tweed, England. He received the MA degree in 1827 from the University of Edinburgh, where competence in logic and philosophy was provided alongside the classical...
...H.W.B. Joseph was born in Chatham on 28 September 1867 and died in Oxford on 13 November 1943. The son of an Anglican clergyman and a schoolboy at Winchester, Joseph’s conduct was inspired in adult life, according to C.C.J. Webb ,...
...Prichard, H.A. H.A. Prichard was born in London on 31 October 1871 and died in Oxford on 29 December 1947. He studied at Clifton and New College, Oxford. He was fellow of Hertford College, Oxford Hertford College, Oxford from 1895 till...