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Muirhead, John H. (John Henry), 1855-1940. Ethical: Philosophy of life. Professor William Wallace. Robert Louis Stevenson's philosophy of life. Abstract and practical ethics. What imperialism means. The science of poor-law relief. ds of temperance reform. Psychology and education. Logical: The place of the concept in logical doctrine. The goal of knowledge. Is knowledge of space a priori? MoreLess Show More Show Less.
John Henry Muirhead (28 April 1855 – 24 May 1940) was a British philosopher best known for having initiated the Muirhead Library of Philosophy in 1890. He became the first person named to the Chair of Philosophy at the University of Birmingham in 1900. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Muirhead was educated at the Glasgow Academy (1866–70), and proceeded to Glasgow University, where he was deeply influenced by the Hegelianism of Edward Caird, the Professor of Moral Philosophy. He graduated MA in 1875
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Philosoj5Iy and Lsfe and other Essays. By J. H. MUIRHEAD, . London, Swan Sonnenschein & C. I902. 274. The essays composing this volume have already been given to the public. The different papers of which the book is made up have the following titles: Philosophy and Life; Professor William Wallace; Robert Louis Stevenson's Philosophy of Life; Abstract and Political Ethics; What Imperialism Means; The Science of Poor-Law Relief; Modern Methods of Temperance Reform; A Liberal Education; Psychology and Education; The Place of the Concept in Logical Doctrine; The Goal of Knowledge; Hypothesis; Is Knowledge of Space a Priori?
John Henry Muirhead (28 April 1855 – 24 May 1940) was a British philosopher best known for having initiated the Muirhead Library of Philosophy in 1890. Philosophy and Life; and other Essays (1902) - Swan Sonnenschein & Co. Ltd, London. Wordsworth's Ideal of Early Education (an article in International Journal of Ethics April 1904, pages 339 to 352). The Service of the State: four lectures on the Political Teaching of T. Green (1908) - John Murray, London.
Philosophy and Life: And Other Essays. by John Henry Muirhead. ISBN 9781148156385 (978-1-148-15638-5) Softcover, Nabu Press, 2010. Find signed collectible books: 'Philosophy and Life: And Other Essays'. Social Purpose: A Contribution To A Philosophy Of Civic Society (1918). Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates. Hector James Wright Hetherington. Learn More at LibraryThing. John Henry Muirhead at LibraryThing.
The Ethics of Aristotle with Introductory Essay by George Henry Lewes (Chase’s translation, revised) Walter Scott, date unknown - a complete English translation. Grant, Alexander The Ethics of Aristotle, Illustrated with Essays and Notes Longmans, Green & C. 1874 - Volume 1 includes several introductory essays giving the context of the Nicomachean Ethics, followed by books one and two in Greek with substantial English annotations; Volume 2 continues with books three through ten.
First published in 1928, this book reproduces the lectures and addresses that John Henry Muirhead gave on various occasions during the two and a half years he spent as Lecturer of Philosophy on the Mills Foundation at the University of California, USA. The different chapters look at the meaning and general place of Philosophy as a subject of study and the application of its leading conceptions to different areas of modern life, including science and politics.