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...Kidd, Robert Boyd Robert Boyd Kidd was the author of A Delineation of the Primary Principles of Reasoning (1856), one of many books to appear as part of the major revival of interest in logic that followed Archbishop Whately Whately...
...Killick, Alfred Henry The Revd A.H. Killick was the author of The Student’s Manual of Mill, John Stuart Mill’s System of Logic (1870), one of the best of many similar books to appear in the aftermath of Mill ’s groundbreaking work...
... Bruno and Giulio Cesare Vanini. The companion volume, The Skeptics of the French Renaissance (1893) is similar; it pays particular attention to Michel de Montaigne, Pierre Charron, François La Moth Le Vayer and Blaise Pascal. These three...
...Tagart, Edward Edward Tagart was born in Bristol on 8 October 1804 and died of a fever in Brussels on 12 October 1858. He attended Bath Grammar School and Manchester College, York before entering the Unitarian ministry as pastor...
...Fowler, Thomas Thomas Fowler was born at Burton Stather in Lincolnshire on 1 September 1832 and died in Oxford on 20 November 1904. His early education was at Hull Grammar School and King William’s College on the Isle of Man. But most...
...Shute, Richard Richard Shute was born in Sydenham, Kent on 6 November 1849 and died of tuberculosis in Oxford on 22 September 1886, having been dogged by ill-health for most of his short life. After Eton, where he showed outstanding...
...Barnes, Francis Francis Barnes was born on 13 January 1744 in Bolton-by-the-Sands in Lancashire and died in Cambridge on 1 May 1838. Barnes followed the well-trodden path from Eton to King’s College, Cambridge, where after graduating (MA...
...Jamieson, Alexander Nothing is known about the life of Alexander Jamieson LL.D., author of two highly successful grammars – one of logic, the other of rhetoric. Although the first appearance of A Grammar of Logic and Intellectual Philosophy...
...Stebbing, William William Stebbing was born in Clerkenwell in London, the son of a clergyman. He was educated at Worcester College, Oxford, where he graduated MA in 1856, and where he held a Fellowship for the next fifteen years. Stebbing...
...Cornwallis, Caroline Frances Caroline Frances Cornwallis was born in Kent and died in Lidwells, also in Kent, on 8 January 1858. The younger daughter of a country rector, she was a bookish and precocious child (apparently a poet...