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By John R. Shook

The Dictionary of contemporary American Philosophers contains either educational and non-academic philosophers, and<B>a huge variety of girl and minority thinkers whose paintings has been ignored. It contains these intellectuals<B>involved within the improvement of psychology, pedagogy, sociology, anthropology, schooling, theology, political<B>science, and a number of other fields, earlier than those disciplines got here to be thought of designated from philosophy in the<B>late 19th century.<B>Each access includes a brief biography of the author, an exposition and research of his or her doctrines and ideas, a<B>bibliography of writings, and recommendations for additional analyzing. whereas all of the significant post-Civil warfare philosophers are<B>present, the main invaluable characteristic of this dictionary is its insurance of a massive diversity of much less famous writers,<B>including 1000's of shortly imprecise thinkers. in lots of situations, the Dictionary of recent American<B>Philosophers deals the 1st scholarly remedy of the lifestyles and paintings of yes writers. This booklet should be an<B>indispensable reference paintings for students engaged on nearly any element of contemporary American concept.

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Slater Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario, Canada Jacqueline Bloom Stanfield Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology University of Northern Colorado Greeley, Colorado Robert O. Slater Professor Texas A&M University College Station, Texas J. Ron Stanfield Professor of Economics and Coordinator of Graduate Studies, Department of Economics Colorado State University Ft. Collins, Colorado David N. Smith Associate Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology University of Kansas Lawrence, Kansas Glen H.

Lyons Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis Indianapolis, Indiana Dana Noelle McDonald Graduate Student in Philosophy, Philosophy Department Southern Illinois University, Carbondale Carbondale, Illinois J. J. MacIntosh Professor, Department of Philosophy University of Calgary Calgary, Alberta, Canada Melanie McQuitty Temple University Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Terrance MacMullan Assistant Professor, Departments of Philosophy and Honors Eastern Washington University Cheney, Washington Angela Kristen McWilliams Graduate Student, History University of Illinois, Chicago Chicago, Illinois E.

Lyman graduated from New York University with a BA in 1853. He joined his brother’s law firm and passed the bar in 1856, the same year he married Abby Frances Hamlin. Influenced by the preaching of Henry Ward BEECHER, Abbott left the law to study theology in 1859 to prepare for the ministry. In 1860 he was called to pastor a Congregational church in Terre Haute, Indiana. Desiring to influence a stable postwar society, he returned to New York in 1865 to direct the American Freedman’s Union Commission.

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