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John Wisdom

(1904—1993) philosopher


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(1904–93).

Professor of Philosophy at Cambridge 1952–68, and at Virginia and Oregon. Wisdom was enormously appreciative and yet critical of the anti-metaphysical arguments of both G. E. Moore, with his ...

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