A Propaganda Of Philosophy

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FOREWORD Since the year 1899, the history of the Institute of Christian Philosophy is simply the history of the delivery of seven courses of lectures under the auspices of New York University, upon the Foundation announced in its ...
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FOREWORD Since the year 1899, the history of the Institute of Christian Philosophy is simply the history of the delivery of seven courses of lectures under the auspices of New York University, upon the Foundation announced in its catalogue each year under the title of "The Charles F. Deems Lectureship of Philosophy," supported by the American Institute of Christian Philosophy. Each lecturer has been chosen, according to the terms of the contract between the Trustees of the Institute and the Trustees of New York University, by a committee of five officials of the University, namely, the Chancellor, two officers of the Faculty of Arts and Science, and two members of the University Corporation. The lecturers have been chosen alternately from the other side of the Atlantic, whence four lecturers have been secured, and from citizens of America; but of the three Americans, two have been called fromthe other side of the Pacific, one of them an eminent missionary in Korea, the other a teacher of theology in a mission college in Tokyo, Japan. It seems fitting that this second part should give a brief statement respecting each of the seven lecturers in the chronological order of their service, together with a brief outline or description of each course of lectures. The names and addresses of the publishing houses issuing the respective volumes called forth by this Foundation will be found at the close of the volume. james Iverach, D.D., 1839- First Lecturer upon Deems Foundation Principal of United Free Church College, Aberdeen, Scotland JAMES IVERACH The Reverend Doctor James Iverach, the first lecturer on the Deems Foundation, is now (1914) the Principal of the United Free Church College, Aberdeen, Scotland, the seat of the University of Aberdeen. He was born in Caithnes...
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  • ISBN-13: 9780554633381
  • Publisher: BiblioBazaar
  • Publication date: 8/20/2008
  • Pages: 116
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 5.00 (h) x 0.24 (d)

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