(18641937). Philos., literary critic; b. St. Louis, Missouri; educ. Washington U. (St. Louis) and Harvard U. (Cambridge, Massachusetts); taught at Harvard and Bryn Mawr (Pennsylvania) Coll.; lectured at Princeton (New Jersey) U.; tried to defend Christianity on basis of Gk. dualism. Ed. The Nation 190914; other works include The Greek Traditions; The Religion of Plato.
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