Rupert Lodge

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Rupert Clendon Lodge (1886–1961) was an Anglo-Canadian philosopher, "the most widely read of all philosophers in Canada".[1]

Lodge was born in England, but spent most of his academic career at the University of Manitoba, where he taught from 1920 to 1947. Marshall McLuhan was a student of Lodge in the early 1930s.[2]

Works[edit]

  • (tr.) The great problems by Bernardino Varisco. London: G. Allen & Co., 1914.
  • The meaning and function of simple modes in the philosophy of John Locke, 1918.
  • An Introduction to Logic, 1920.
  • Plato's theory of ethics: the moral criterion and the highest good, 1928. In the series The International Library of Psychology, Philosophy and Scientific Method.
  • Philosophy of education, 1937.
  • The questioning mind; a survey of philosophical tendencies, 1937
  • Philosophy of business, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1945.
  • Plato's theory of education, 1947.
  • The great thinkers, 1949.
  • Applied philosophy, 1951.
  • Plato's theory of art, 1953.
  • The philosophy of Plato, 1956.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Elizabeth A. Trott, Lodge, Rupert Clendon, The Canadian Encyclopedia.
  2. ^ Memorable Manitobans: Rupert C. Lodge (1886-1961), citing J. M. Bunsted, Dictionary of Manitoba Biography, University of Manitoba Press, 1999.

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