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... to organize the Andover Theological Seminary in 1807 when Calvinist ministers rebelled against Harvard College's growing liberalism and leanings towards Unitarianism. In the early 1810s Bates defended Reverend John Codman's refusal to share...
...Burgess, John William John Burgess was born on 26 August 1844 in Cornersville, Tennessee. During the Civil War he eluded impressment into the Confederate army and instead served in the Union army. He graduated with his BA in 1867 from...
... and joined the US Army’s Medical Corps. At the conclusion of World War I, he began working with veterans suffering from psychological trauma at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Washington, D.C. There he was greatly influenced by William Alanson...
...Gilligan, Carol Friedman Carol Gilligan was born on 28 November 1936 in New York City. She received her BA in literature summa cum laude from Swarthmore College in 1958. Becoming interested in psychology, she pursued advanced studies...
...Hardin, Garrett James Garrett Hardin was born on 21 April 1915 in Dallas, Texas. He spent much of his youth moving form town to town, but found stability in the summers he spent at the family farm in Missouri, where he would discover many...
...Kohlberg, Lawrence Lawrence Kohlberg was born on 25 October 1927 in Bronxville, New York, and committed suicide by throwing himself into the frigid Atlantic waters of the Boston Harbor on 19 January 1987. He was born into a wealthy Jewish...
... professor of economics at Stanford University from 1949 to 1968; at Harvard University from 1968 to 1979; and again at Stanford from 1979 until his retirement in 1991. He won numerous awards, including the John Bates Clark Medal in 1957,...