James Adam

(1860—1907) classical scholar and philosopher

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James Adam was born in Kinmuck, Aberdeenshire on 7 April 1860, the son of a shopkeeper, and died in Aberdeen on 30 August 1907. He was educated at the Universities of Aberdeen and Cambridge (Gonville and Caius College), and became Fellow and tutor of Emmanuel College, Cambridge in 1884.


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