John Alexander Gunn

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John Alexander Gunn (1896–1975) was a philosopher who earned his Ph.D. from the University of Liverpool and worked there as a fellow. He went on to be appointed as a professor at the University of Melbourne in 1923 and retired in 1938.


  • Bergson and His Philosophy (1920)
  • Modern French Philosophy: a Study of the Development Since Comte (1922)
  • Wealth (1924)
  • Benedict Spinoza (1925)
  • Livelihood (1927)
  • The Problem Of Time (1929)
  • Spinoza, The Maker Of Lenses (1932)

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