(18431925). Philos., psychol.; b. Hull, Eng.; educ. Liverpool, Berlin, Göttingen, Cambridge; Cong. minister Cambridge 1 yr.; engaged in psychol. research; prof. Cambridge 18971925. Influenced by G. W. v. Leibniz* and R. H. Lotze.* Opposed pluralism.* Held a theistic view of the world. Works include The Realm of Ends or Pluralism and Theism. See also Metaphysical Society, The.
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