James Black Baillie

Name
James Black Baillie (Sir)
Birth and death
1872 - 1940
Occupations
Profession details
Moral philosopher, Academic administrator
Related place
Author
Alistair Grant

Sir James Black Baillie (1872-1940), moral philosopher and academic administrator, and member of the London conscientious objectors' tribunal. His 1st book, The Origin and Significance of Hegel's Logic, appeared in 1901; a further study of Hegel, An Outline of the Idealistic Construction of Experience, followed in 1906, and a translation of his Phänomenologie des Geistes (Phenomenology of Mind), was published in 1910. His last major philosophical work, Studies in Human Nature, appeared in 1921 He retired in 1938 to Weybridge, where he died in June 1940.

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