(18341916). B. Montgomery Co., Maryland; educ. Lane Theol. Sem. (Presb.), Cincinnati, Ohio, and Berlin, Ger.; taught at Washington U., St. Louis, Missouri, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (at Boston), Harvard U., Concord (Massachusetts) School of Philos., U. of Mich., and U. of California; opposed monism*; exponent of personal idealism, which stressed the autonomy of the free moral person. See also Idealism Personalism and Personalistic Psychology.
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