William de Burgh (philosopher)
William de Burgh
William George de Burgh
24 October 1866
|Died||27 August 1943 (aged 76)|
Toller Porcorum, England
Edith Mary Grace
|Alma mater||Merton College, Oxford|
|Institutions||University of Reading|
|Notable works||Legacy of the Ancient World (1924)|
William George de Burgh  Born 24 October 1866 in Wandsworth, he was educated at Winchester and Merton College, Oxford. He was a founding member of the University of Reading, where he became Professor of Philosophy in 1907. His works include Towards a Religious Philosophy (1937), From Morality to Religion (1938), and The Legacy of the Ancient World (1924). A committed Anglican, he endeavoured to justify the revealed truth of the gospel in terms of rationalism and thereby defend it against both the contemporary Protestant theological trend for anti-rationalism and the dominant philosophy of logical positivism. He died 27 August 1943 in Toller Porcorum, Dorset.(1866–1943) was an English philosopher.
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- Sell, Alan P. F. (2015) . Four Philosophical Anglicans: W. G. DeBurgh, W. R. Matthews, O. C. Quick, H. A. Hodges. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf and Stock. ISBN 978-1-4982-2008-8.
- De Burgh, W. G. (1912). The Legacy of Greece of Rome. London: Macdonald and Evans. Retrieved 22 September 2018.
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