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William Hamilton

(1788—1856) philosopher


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(1788–1856).

Educated at Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Oxford, Hamilton first professed civil history at Edinburgh in 1821. He later transferred to logic and metaphysics, achieving eminence as a teacher and editor. ...

Subjects: Philosophy.


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