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Monroe Beardsley (1915–1985)

Aesthetics: The Key Thinkers

Continuum, 2012

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...Monroe Beardsley was an American philosopher specializing in aesthetics. He was born on December 10, 1915 in Bridgeport, Connecticut and he died on September 18, 1985 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was married to the ethicist Elizabeth...
... the possibilities of things, Snowden’s caste of mind had a rigidity that militated strongly against such an attitude to policy making (Thompson 1995). He was also clearly a man who rarely thought that he might be wrong.Bibliography Socialism...
...Campbell, Alexander Campbell was born in 1796 near the point of Skipness, in Kintyre, Argyllshire. He died at his home in North Coburg Street, Glasgow, on 10 February 1870. He was apprenticed as a joiner in Glasgow, and set up a business...
...Wise, E.F. Wise was born on 3 July 1885, the son of a fishmonger. He died of heart failure in a field near Wallington Hall, the home of Charles Trevelyan, near Morpeth in Northumberland on 5 November 1933. He was educated at King Edward VI...
... Stafford W. Socialism, Radicalism and Nostalgia, Social Criticism in Britain, 1775–1830 ( Cambridge , 1986). Thompson N. , The Market and its Critics, Socialist Political Economy in Nineteenth Century Britain (1988)....
... of rural England and to observe the state of his crops.Bibliography The Collected Social and Political Writings of William Cobbett , ed. N. Thompson and D. Eastwood , 16 vols (1998). Observations on the Emigration of Dr. Priestley (1794;...
...Ruskin, John John Ruskin was born the son of John James Ruskin, a prosperous wine merchant, at 54 Hunter Street in Brunswick Square, London on 8 February 1819 and died in his sleep at Brantwood, his house near Coniston Water in Cumberland...