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Mortimer Jerome Adler

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Adler, Mortimer J[erome]

Adler, Mortimer J[erome] (1902–2001)   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to American Literature (6 ed.)

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2004
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(1902–2001),

after receiving his Ph.D. at Columbia, became a professor of the philosophy of law at the University

Adler, Mortimer Jerome

Adler, Mortimer Jerome (1902–2001)   Reference library

The Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers

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2010
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Mortimer Adler was born on 28 December 1902 in New York City. He began working as a copyboy for the

Edwin Ewart Aubrey

Edwin Ewart Aubrey  

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(1896–1956)Edwin E. Aubrey was born on 19 March 1896 in Glasgow, Scotland. He emigrated to the United States at age seventeen. He became a naturalized citizen in 1918, after ...
Ralph Matthew McInerny

Ralph Matthew McInerny  

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(1929–)Ralph McInerny was born on 24 February 1929 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He received a BA from St. Paul Seminary in 1951, and an MA at the University of Minnesota ...
Richard Peter McKeon

Richard Peter McKeon  

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(1900–1985)Richard Peter McKeon was born on 26 April 1900 in Union Hill, New Jersey. McKeon entered Columbia University as a pre-law student in 1917, later switching to a pre-engineering ...
Thomas A. Sebeok

Thomas A. Sebeok  

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(1920–2001),American linguist, anthropologist, and semiotician whose multi‐disciplinary research and editorial activities have contributed to the epistemological development and institutional ...

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