Woodbridge Riley

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Isaac Woodbridge Riley (born New York City, 20 May 1869; died September 1933) was a United States historian of philosophy whose studies of Mormonism and Christian Science made him a focus of controversy. Most of his career was spent as a professor at Vassar College.

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He graduated from Yale in 1892, and took the degrees of A.M. and Ph.D. there in 1898 and 1902 respectively. He was Johnston research scholar at Johns Hopkins University in 1904-07, and in 1908 became professor of philosophy at Vassar. After 1903, he was associate editor of the Psychological Bulletin.

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  • The Founder of Mormonism (1892)
  • American Philosophy (1907)
  • American Thought (1915)


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