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...Meager, Ruby Ruby Meager was born in the Marylebone district of London University London on 23 September 1916 and died in Wandsworth. She read PPE at Somerville College, Oxford Somerville College, Oxford, where she graduated in 1950, after...
...(John) Locke Scholarship Christopher Taylor was born in Edinburgh on 12 July 1931. He went to Edinburgh University Edinburgh University, where he received his MA in classics in 1958, then to Balliol College, Oxford Balliol College, Oxford...
...Edmond Holmes was born in County Westmeath, Ireland on 17 July 1850 and died in Chelsea on 14 October 1936. He was educa Honderich, Ted ted at the Merchant Taylor’s School in London University London and at St John’s College, Oxford St...
...Britton, Karl Karl Britton was born in Scarborough on 12 October 1909 and died in Northumberland on 23 July 1983. He was educated at Southend High School, and from 1927 to 1932 at Clare College, Cambridge, where he gained his MA. His first...
...Cioffi, Frank Frank Cioffi was born in the United States, where he completed his education. He died in Canterbury on 1 January 2012. His first academic appointment was as lecturer in philosophy at the University of Singapore, and he...
... to a description and an understanding of reality. Paul’s later work in political and social philosophy took an approach similar to that of the Oxford philosophy of ‘ordinary language’ begun by J.L. Austin Austin, J.L. .Bibliography ‘The...
...Ronald Grimsley was born in Leicester University Leicester on 19 October 1915 and died on 11 August 2003. He attended school in his home city, and subsequently obtained a London University London University external degree in French from...
... 12 (1961), pp. 93–105. Radice L. , Beatrice and Sidney Webb (1984). Simey T.S. , ‘The Contribution of Sidney and Beatrice Webb to Sociology’, British Journal of Sociology, vol. 12 (1961), pp. 106–23. Stapleton Julia , ‘Localism Versus...
...Berenson, Frances Frances Berenson was born on 12 July 1929. She studied at the Guildhall School of Music from 1948 to 1953, and was then appointed as a teacher and Music Association staff conductor with the Inner Birkbeck College, London...
... to the post of Professor of Sociology, succeeding L.T. Hobhouse Hobhouse, L.T. . After retiring from his professorship in 1954 he continued teaching at the LSE until 1968. He was President of the Aristotelian Society Aristotelian Society from 1942...