Ivor Armstrong Richards (1893-1979) is one of the founders of modern literary criticism. Best known for his The Meaning of Meaning, he also wrote, Principles of Literary Criticism, Practical Criticism, and The Philosophy of Rhetoric, among others.
Charles Kay Ogden (1889-1957) was a linguist, philosopher, editor, and translator who invented Basic English, a simplified version of the English language. With Richards he co-wrote a pioneering study on semantics, The Meaning of Meaning.
James Edward Hathorn Wood (1910-1960) was an Anglican clergyman.