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...Edgeworth, Francis Ysidro Francis Ysidro Edgeworth (who was actually christened Ysidro Francis) was born at Edgeworthstown, Co. Longford on 8 February 1845, into an old established family of the Protestant Ascendancy, and died on 13...
...Albee, Ernest Ernest Albee, the son of Solon and Ellen (Eames) Albee, was born on 8 August 1865 in Langdon, New Hampshire. Albee attended the University of Vermont, where he graduated with his BA in 1887. His initial interest...
...Georg Heinrich Zincke was born on 27 September 1692 and died in Brunswick on 15 August 1768. His father was a minister, his mother the daughter of a lawyer in Altenrode near Naumburg. He was educated privately until he was thirteen...
...Austin, John John Austin was born in Creeting Mill, John Stuart Mill, Suffolk on 3 March 1790 and died in Weybridge on 12 December 1859. He was the eldest son of an East Anglian miller. At sixteen he joined the army and served...
...Marcus G. Singer was born on 4 January 1926 in New York City. He received his BA in 1948 at the University of Illinois, and his PhD in philosophy in 1952 at Cornell University. He taught at Cornell from 1948 to 1951, and then taught...
...Swieten, Gerard van Gerard van Swieten was born at Leiden on 7 May 1700 into a prominent Roman Catholic family, however without Jansenist leanings. Having lost his mother, Elisabeth Loo, in 1708, and his father, Thomas Franciscus van...
...Barratt, Alfred Alfred Barratt was born in Heald Grove, Manchester on 12 July 1844, the son of a Manchester solicitor, and died in London on 18 May 1881, following the rapid deterioration of his health due to overwork. He was a precocious...
...Brandt, Richard Booker Richard B. Brandt was born on 17 October 1910 in Wilmington, Ohio. He received a BA from Denison University in 1930, majoring in philosophy and classical studies. He went on to study at Trinity College, Cambridge...

Guyau, Jean-Marie (1854–1888)

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...Jean-Marie Guyau was born in Laval on October 28, 1854. He began his classical and philosophical education at a very early age, under the mentorship of his relative Alfred Fouillée. At the age of seventeen, Guyau obtained the title...
...Braybrooke, David David Braybrooke was born 18 October 1924 in Hackettstown, New Jersey. He received his BA from Harvard in 1948, and his PhD in philosophy from Cornell University in 1953. He was an instructor at Harvard and William Smith...