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...Mackenzie, J.S. MacKenzie, Hestor (née Hughes) Hester (‘Hettie’) Millicent Mackenzie died in Brockweir, near Chepstow on 10 December 1942. The daughter of Walter William Hughes of Bristol University Bristol, she was educated in Clifton,...
...Maccall, William William Maccall was born in Largs, Ayrshire on 25 February 1812 and died in Bexley Heath on 19 March 1888. From an established and intellectual family, and destined at first for the Scottish church, he was educated...
...Bradley, Francis Herbert Bradley, Andrew Cecil Andrew Cecil Bradley was born in Cheltenham on 26 March 1851 and died in London on 2 September 1935. The youngest son of an evangelical preacher and the younger brother of the philosopher F.H...
... of Reflection: An Examination of Shadworth Hodgson’s Treatment of Experience ( Ann Arbor , 1971). Reck A.J. , ‘The Ethics of Shadworth Hodgson’, Agora , vol. 4 (1980), pp. 30–44. Reck A.J. ——— ‘ Hodgson’s Metaphysics of Experience ’, in J. Sallis...
... , 1894; 6th edn, Glasgow, 1921). The Making of Character: Some Educational Aspects of Ethics ( Cambridge , 1900). Other Relevant Works Six Radical Thinkers: Bentham, J.S. Mill, Cobden, Carlyle, Mazzini, T.H. Green (1907). Liverpool Addresses on the Ethics of Social Work ( Liverpool , 1911). The Political Philosophy of Burke (1913)....
... were given even wider circulation when they were discussed by J.H. Stirling Stirling, James Hutchinson in his 1889 series of Gifford Lectures. However, Gifford’s place in the history of British philosophy rests, not on his own philosophical...
...Upton, Charles Barnes Charles Barnes Upton was born in Portsea in Hampshire on 19 November 1831 and died at his home in Littlemore on 21 November 1920. In 1853 he went to Manchester College (where Martineau, James James Martineau...
... with the mathematician and philosopher W.K. Clifford Clifford, William Kingdon , whose posthumous Lectures and Essays he subsequently edited in 1879. Called to the Bar in 1871, he was from 1883 to 1903 Corpus Professor of Jurisprudence at Oxford...
...Mclntyre James Lewis McIntyre was born in Edinburgh and died in Aberdeen on 29 January 1929. He studied at Edinburgh University for two years before wining an Open Scholarship to University College, Oxford in 1887, where he studied...
... vol. 43 (1989), pp. 357–84. Mander W.J. , ‘John Caird; Theologian and Philosopher’, New Blackfriars , vol. 80 (1999), pp. 104–19. Sell, A.P.F. , Defending and Declaring the Faith; Some Scottish Examples 1860–1920 ( Exeter , 1987), chap. 4. Warr Charles L. , Principal Caird ( Edinburgh , 1926)....