Morgan, Conwy Lloyd (1852–1936), comparative psychologist and philosopher, was born in London on 6 February 1852, the second son of James Arthur Morgan, solicitor, and his wife, Mary Anderson. He received his early education at Brenchley, Kent, and at the Royal Grammar School, Guildford...
G. C. Field
revised by J. F. M. Clark
Thomas William Heyck
Robertson, George Croom (1842–1892), philosopher and psychologist, was born in Aberdeen on 10 March 1842, the sixth child of Charles Robertson, an ironmonger, and his wife, Marjorie Laing. A precocious child of delicate health, he was educated at local schools until the age of fifteen, when he won a bursary at ...
Lyubov G. Gurjeva
Sully, James (1842–1923), philosopher and psychologist, was born on 3 March 1842 at Salmon Parade, Bridgwater, Somerset, the eldest son of the eight children of James Wood Sully, a liberal Baptist merchant and shipowner, and his wife, Eliza Fender. In 1859, having attended various dame-schools in ...
W. R. Sorley
revised by Terrie M. Romano
Ward, James (1843–1925), philosopher and psychologist, was born at Hull on 27 January 1843, the eldest of the nine children of James Ward and his wife, Hannah Aston. His father was a clever and ambitious, but extremely unsuccessful, merchant, whose frequent business failures were a burden to the family. ...