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... in 1833, having submitted a thesis on stoicism. At Edinburgh he came under the influence of Brown, Thomas Thomas Chalmers Chalmers, Thomas , Professor of Divinity, and Sir William Hamilton Hamilton, William , the philosopher who was later...
... p. ii), and to present its essential principles clearly, in order, each with its demonstration. He was sufficiently familiar with the views of Malthus Malthus, Thomas Robert to advocate finding a method of birth limitation so as to maintain...
...Thomson, J.F. London University James Frederick Thomson was born in London on 22 June 1921 and died on 15 February 1984. He was the first son of Frederick James Saunders Thomson and Netta Marion (Hussey) of Thame, Corpus Christi College...
... his mother and older brother Samuel. After serving for two years as principal of Plainfield Academy, Nott applied to Rhode Island College (now Brown University) in 1795, but President Maxcy, Jonathan x, Jonathan Maxcy was so impressed...
...Brougham, Henry Peter Henry Peter Brougham was born in Edinburgh on 19 September 1778 and died at Cannes on 7 May 1868. Although his paternal grandfather was Lord Buchan and his maternal grandmother the sister of Principal Robertson...
... Carus Lectures Murphy edited (The Philosophy of the Present, 1932). From Chicago, and at the age of only twenty-nine, Murphy moved on to Brown University as full professor. In 1939, he became head of the department of philosophy...
...Wernham, A.G. Archibald Garden Wernham was born in Kirkcaldy in 1916 and died in Aberdeen University Aberdeen on 7 May 1989. He was educated at Robert Gordon’s College in Aberdeen, at the University of Aberdeen and at Balliol College,...
...Basson, A.H. Merleau-Ponty, Maurice Anthony Henry Basson was born in Northwood Hills, Middlesex on 12 September 1916 and died in Bath on 19 January 2004. He entered London University University College, London University College London...
...Butler, R.J. Ronald Joseph Butler was born in New Zealand on 24 September 1929 and died in Benedon, Kent on 17 February 2000. He attended school in Dunedin and obtained his BA in 1951 and his MA in 1954 from the University of Otago. He...
... Reading Brown Robert , ‘ Psychology ’, An Oxford Companion to the Romantic Age, British Culture 1776–1832 , ed. Ian McCalman ( Oxford , 1999), pp. 361–9. Clive John , Scotch Reviewers: The Edinburgh Review ( Cambridge, Mass , 1957)....