Walter Goodnow Everett
Walter Goodnow Everett (b. Rowe, Massachusetts, on August 21, 1860 – 1937) was a professor of Latin, philosophy, and natural theology from 1890 to 1930 at Brown University. Everett House, a freshman hall on campus, was named after him. He was head of the philosophy department at Brown from 1896 to 1930, and also served as acting university president while President William H. P. Faunce made a trip around the world in 1912-13. His daughter Helen (1892-1982) married Alexander Meiklejohn and collaborated with him on writing projects.
- (1923) The Problem of Progress Philosophical Review 32 (2):125-153.
- (1918) Moral Values: A Study of the Principles of Conduct.
- (1900) The Relation of Ethics to Religion, International Journal of Ethics 10 (4):479-493.
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