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... of Nature,” Journal of Philosophy 31 (1934): 281–97. “The Metaphysical Infidelities of Modern Psychology,” Journal of Philosophy 33 (1936): 337–51. “Cartesian Refutations of Spinoza,” Philosophical Review 46 (1937): 461–84. Ed., Benedictus de...
...Costello, Harry Todd Harry Todd Costello, nicknamed “Butch,” was born on 1 November 1885 in Richmond, Indiana, and died on 25 January 1960 in Hartford, Connecticut. In 1908 Costello graduated with a BA from Earlham College, where Edwin D...
... health. Elizabeth Strong died in 1906, leaving Strong with a daughter, Margaret Strong de Cuevas. Around 1916 Strong developed a tumor in his lower spinal cord, which made walking increasingly difficult and which eventually confined him...
... Bio v43, Pres Addr of APA v3, Proc of APA v27, Who Was Who in Amer v3, Who’s Who in Phil Cohen Morris R. “The New Realism,” Journal of Philosophy 10 (1913): 197–214. De Waal Cornelis , ed. American New Realism 1910–1920 , 3 vols ( Bristol,...
... of Philosophy 17 (1920): 150–57. De Waal Cornelis . American New Realism 1910–1920 , 3 vols ( Bristol , 2001). Dewey John . “The Short-Cut to Realism Examined,” Journal of Philosophy 7 (1910): 553–7. McGilvary E. B. “The New Realism,”...
...Parkhurst, Helen Huss Helen Huss Parkhurst was born on 3 January 1887 in Manhattan, New York. She was not related to another Helen Parkhurst born that same year who also became an educator in New York City. Parkhurst received her BA in 1911...
... propos d’un article de Mr. Walter B. Pitkin intitulé: ‘James and Bergson’,” Journal of Philosophy 7 (1910): 385–8. Cohen Morris R. “The New Realism,” Journal of Philosophy 10 (1913): 197–214. James William . “Mr. Pitkin’s Refutation...
...Park, Roswell Roswell Park was born in Lebanon, Connecticut on 1 October 1807, the oldest child of Avery Park (1781–1876) and Betsey (Meech) Park (1783–1876). His parents moved to Burlington, New York, and he attended Hamilton College...
... writings and research into League of the Ho-de’-no-sau-nee, or Iroquois, one of the earliest works in ethnography. The book is dedicated to Parker.After the publication of League of the Ho-de’-no-sau-nee, Parker returned to his law practice....
... Thesis: The Foundations of Topological Logic ( Lubbock, Tex ., 1991). Colapietro Vincent . Peirce’s Approach to the Self ( Albany, N.Y ., 1989). De Waal Cornelis . On Peirce ( Belmont, Cal ., 2001). Eisele Carolyn . Studies in the Scientific...