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... ed. Guide to the Works of John Dewey ( Carbondale, Ill ., 1970). Burke Tom . Dewey’s New Logic: A Reply to Russell ( Chicago , 1994). Campbell James . Understanding John Dewey ( Chicago , 1995). Coss John J. , ed. Essays in Honor of John...
... Krishna, The Sānkhya Kārikā , trans. H.H. Wilson and Henry Thomas Colebrooke (1837). Ṛg-Veda-Sanhitā: A Collection of Ancient Hindu Hymns , 6 vols (1850–88). Meghadāta and Viṣṇu Purāṇa in Michael J. Franklin (ed.), The European Discovery...
... Wilson (1837). Essays on the Religion and Philosophy of the Hindus , in Michael J. Franklin (ed.), The European Discovery of India: Key Indological Sources of Romanticism , 6 vols (2001), vol. 6. Other Relevant Works Jagannātha...
...Cowell, Edward Byles Edward Byles Cowell was born in Ipswich on 23 January 1826 and died in Cambridge on 9 February 1903. Educated at Ipswich Grammar School, by 1841 he was contributing articles to The Ipswich Radical Magazine and Review...
... Isis , vol. 70 (1979), pp. 493–518. Crowley J. and A. Reid , The Poor Law in Norfolk, 1700–1850: A Collection of Source Material (1983). Hilton Boyd , The Age of Atonement (1988). Levere Trevor , Science and the Canadian Arctic: A Century...
...Crombie, Alexander Alexander Crombie was born in Aberdeen on 17 July 1762 and died at his estate at Phesdo, Kincardineshire in February 1840. He studied at Marischal College, Aberdeen, where he was taught by James Beattie. Crombie graduated...
...Haughton, Graves Chamney Graves Chamney Haughton was born in Dublin and died in St Cloud near Paris on 28 August 1849. Educated in England, he obtained a cadetship in the East India Company army, departing for Bengal in 1808. He...
... that and something more, a personal calling, or in his own words, what ‘now I begin to consider to be my birthright’ (letter to J. Ross, July 1828, SPRI MS. 486, cf. A. Savours, p. 325). That said, his passion for voyaging embraced natural history...
...Ballantyne, James Robert James Robert Ballantyne was born in Kelso on 13 December 1813 and died in London on 16 February 1864. Educated at Edinburgh’s New Academy and College, he was employed as a teacher of Hindi and Sanskrit...
... (1856). Index to the Bibliography of Indian Philosophical Systems (1862). Lectures on the Nyāya Philosophy (1862). Sāṇkhya-sāra (1862). The Sānkhya aphorisms of Kapila , ed. Fitzedward Hall with J.R. Ballantyne (1862). ‘The Source...