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...Urquhart, W.S. W.S. Urquhart was born in Southampton on 8 May 1877 and died in Torphins, Aberdeen University Aberdeenshire on 16 July 1964. Of Scottish origin and five generations of clergy, he was educated at the Edinburgh University...
... politics and metaphysics. In his positive views, Ritchie was influenced significantly by Green, and many contemporaries (such as the political theorist and historian William Archibald Dunning) considered him the true ‘inheritor’ of Green’s...
...Alfred George Hogg was born in Ramleh, Alexandria on 23 July 1875and died in Elie, St Andrews on 31 December 1954. Of Scottish missionary parents, he studied philosophy at the Leeds University Leicester University University of Edinburgh...
... , Archbishop Whately and the restoration of the study of Logic (1864). Martineau Harriet , Biographical Sketches ( New York , 1869), pp. 169–81. Sweet William , ‘Paley, Whately, and “Enlightenment Evidentialism”’, International Journal...
...Forsyth, T.M. T.M. Forsyth was born in Edinburgh University Edinburgh on 7 March 1871 and died there on 12 December 1958. He studied under Andrew Seth ( Pringlepattison ), Henry Calderwood and James Seth at the University of Edinburgh (MA...
...Widgery, A.G. Manchester College (London, later Oxford) St Andrews University Alban G. Widgery was born in Bloxwich, Staffordshire on 9 May 1887 and died in Winchester, Virginia on 22 March 1968. He entered St Catharine’s College, Cambridge...
...Thomas Loveday was born in Williamscote, Magdalen College, Oxford Oxford on 16 August 1875 and died there on 4 March 1966. The son of J.E.T Loveday, JP, he was educated at Magdalen College (first class Classical Moderations, 1896; first...
...MacKenzie, John Baillie, John John McKenzie was born in Turriff, Scotland on 13 June 1883 and died in Edinburgh University Edinburgh on 30 October 1955. He attended Gordon’s College, Aberdeen University Aberdeen, and the University...
... and Mussolini.Bibliography The Principles of Politics: An Introduction to the Study of the Evolution of Political Ideas ( Oxford , 1921). Lectures and Philosophical Remains of Arthur Ritchie Lord , ed. William Sweet and Errol E. Harris , 3 vols (forthcoming)....
...Wallace, William William Wallace was born in Cupar, Fife on 11 May 1843 and died in Oxford on 18 February 1897. He was the eldest of five children of James Wallace, a builder, and his wife Jean Kelloch. Wallace studied at the University...