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Appleton, Charles Edward Cutts Birchall (1841–1879), lecturer on philosophy and journal editor, was born on 16 March 1841, at Reading, the second son of the Revd Robert Appleton (d. 1875). He was educated at Reading School, of which his father was headmaster. He matriculated at ...

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Case, Thomas (1844–1925), philosopher and college head, was born in Liverpool on 14 July 1844, the second son of Robert Case, a stockbroker there and later in London, and his wife, Esther, daughter of Alexander MacMillan. From Rugby School, where he earned a reputation for his intellectual, cricketing, and footballing skills, he entered in 1863 ...

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Fowler, Thomas (1832–1904), philosopher and college head, was born at Burton upon Stather, Lincolnshire, on 1 September 1832, the eldest son of William Henry Fowler (1807-1870), a grocer, accountant, and commission agent, and his wife, Mary Anne Welch. His early intellectual development owed much to his uncle by marriage ...

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Sir Geoffrey James Warnock (1923–1995) by David Hockney, 1978 © David Hockney

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Warnock, Sir Geoffrey James (1923–1995), philosopher and college head, was born on 16 August 1923 at Nerike House, Chapel Allerton, Leeds, the only son of James Warnock (1880–1953), a general practitioner originally from northern Ireland, and his wife, Kathleen, née Hall (1890–1979). He was educated at ...

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Wilson, John Matthias (1814–1881), philosopher and college head, was the eldest son of William Wilson of South Shields, and was born there on 24 December 1814. He was educated as a day scholar at Newcastle upon Tyne grammar school, under Dr Mortimer, subsequently headmaster of the ...