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...Stewart, DugaldHamilton, William Martin, William William Martin was born in Forgan, Fife in January 1816 and died in Perth on 18 February 1890. He entered the University of St Andrews in 1832, graduated MA in 1837, and was awarded an LL.D....
...Porter, Josias Leslie Tyndall, John Josias Leslie Porter was born into a Presbyterian family in Burt, Co. Donegal on 4 October 1823 and died in Belfast on 16 March 1889. Educated privately and at Glasgow University, he graduated BA in 1841,...
...Ferrie, John Orr, John John Orr was born in Ireland, probably in Co. Down, in 1827 or 1828 and died in the United States in 1896. His father, the Presbyterian minister Alexander Orr, supported the nonsubscribers during the struggles over...
...McMurrin, Sterling Moss Sterling McMurrin was born on 12 January 1914 near Salt Lake City, Utah, and died on 6 April 1996 in St. George, Utah. A distinguished professor of philosophy at the University of Utah for four decades, he also held...
...Rowe, William Leonard William Rowe was born on 26 July 1931 in Detroit, Michigan. He received the BA degree in philosophy from Wayne State University in 1954, and completed a BD degree summa cum laude at Chicago Theological Seminary...
...Toland, John Trenchard, John John Trenchard was born in England. He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, which he entered in 1685, at the age of sixteen. According to Thomas Gordon (in the memoir of Trenchard in Cato’s Letters, vol. 1...
...Johann Philipp Treiber was born in Arnstadt on 26 February 1675 and died in Erfurt on 9 August 1727. Among other subjects, he studied philosophy and theology in Jena. He was imprisoned twice, once for blasphemy (1700) and once...
...Johann Jacob Brucker was born in 1696 to a humble family in Augsburg; he died in the same city, having gained a Europe-wide reputation for developing a method of the history of philosophy that recorded the progress of philosophy from its...
...Johann Friedrich Bertram was born in Ulm on 7 February 1699. He studied theology in Halle with Joachim Lange . At the suggestion of A.H. Francke he then became a teacher at the ‘Pädagogium’. In 1728, he became teacher, consistorial...
...The Marquis d’Argens was born in Aix-en-Provence on 27 June 1703 and died at La Garde (near Toulon) on 12 January 1771. The eldest son of an old aristocratic family that was well represented in the local legal profession, he received his...