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Alexander, Samuel

(1859–1938). Philos.; b. Sydney, Australia; educ. Melbourne, Australia, and Oxford, Eng.; prof. Manchester, Eng., 1893–1924; developed metaphysics of emergent evolution acc. to which matter, life, and mind are modifications of primal space-time, with mind groping toward “deity” as the next higher level of development. Works include Space, Time, and Deity. See also Compresence.


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