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Baillie, Sir James Black (1872–1940), moral philosopher and academic administrator, was born on 24 October 1872 at West Mill, Cortachy, Forfarshire, the second son of William Baillie, forester, afterwards farmer, and his wife, Agnes Black. He was educated at Haddington School, the University of Edinburgh...

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Keynes, (John) Neville (1852–1949), logician, economist, and university administrator, was born on 31 August 1852 at Salisbury, Wiltshire, the only son of John Keynes (1805–1878), floriculturist, and his second wife, Anna Maynard Neville. He was reared in a middle-class, staunchly nonconformist household, which included his half-sister (fourteen years his senior), his paternal grandmother, and his father's unmarried sister. At fifteen ...

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Knox, Sir (Thomas) Malcolm (1900–1980), academic administrator and philosopher, was born on 28 November 1900 at Birkenhead, Cheshire, the elder son of James Knox (1871–1956), Congregational minister of Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, and his wife, Isabella Russell Marshall. His parents were both of Scottish descent, and although he was educated in ...

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Moberly, Sir Walter Hamilton (1881–1974), philosopher and university administrator, was born at the vicarage, Budworth, Cheshire, on 20 October 1881, the son of Robert Campbell Moberly (1845–1903), vicar of Great Budworth, and his wife, Alice Sidney, née Hamilton (1851–1939). He was born into a distinguished clerical dynasty. Both his grandfathers had been bishops of ...

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Morell, John Daniel (1816–1891), philosopher and inspector of schools, born at home at Little Baddow manse, Little Baddow, near Chelmsford, Essex, on 18 June 1816, was the ninth child of Stephen Morell and Jemima Robinson, his wife. The family was of French origin, and settled in ...

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Morris, Charles Richard, Baron Morris of Grasmere (1898–1990), writer on philosophy and university administrator, was born on 25 January 1898 in Sutton Valence, Kent, the elder child and elder son (the younger was Sir Philip Robert Morris, educationist) of Meshach Charles Morris, inspector of schools, and his wife, ...