William Mitchell (philosopher)
|Sir William Mitchell|
Sir William Mitchell (1941)
|Born||27 March 1861|
|Died||24 June 1962(aged 101)|
Sir William Mitchell (27 March 1861 – 24 June 1962) was Professor of English Language, Literature, Mental and Moral Philosophy at the University of Adelaide from 1894–1922, Vice-Chancellor 1916–1942 and Chancellor 1942–1948.
His work is the subject of a book by W. Martin Davies, The philosophy of Sir William Mitchell, 1861–1962 : a mind's own place (2003) ISBN 0-7734-6733-5.
He is also the benefactor of The Professor Sir William Mitchell Prize for Philosophy, Level II, and gives his name to the South Australian Electoral District of Mitchell.
- Davies 2003, p. 92
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