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Hastings Rashdall

(1858—1924) moral philosopher, theologian, and historian


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(1858–1924),

philosopher and theologian. His most important work, The Theory of Good and Evil (1907), expounds his own version of what he called ‘ideal utilitarianism’. The Universities of Europe in the Middle Ages (1895; new edn, ed. Powicke and Emden, 1936) is a standard work.

Subjects: Philosophy.


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