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1925-12

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MORE than one branch of learning is the poorer for the death of Thomas Case, late president of Corpus Christi College, and sometime professor of moral and metaphysical philosophy at Oxford. He was an accom plished musician, a learned student of architecture, and in his day a most successful lecturer on ancient history. Philosophy was with him only one among many interests which claimed his attention almost equally. In philo sophy he was as one born out of due time. A man of singularly individual mind and temperament, he took his own line in philosophy, and vigorously resisted the semi-Kantian, semi-Hegelian idealism which in his earlier days became the prevailing philosophy at Oxford. But though he resisted it, the influence of Green and Wallace, of Bradley and Bosanquet, was too strong for him, and he remained to a large extent a solitary figure among Oxford philosophers—less fortunate in this respect than Cook Wilson, whose reaction against idealism carried with it the support of many of his younger colleagues. Wilson's realism was, it must be admitted, the better based and the more philosophical of the two. More... »

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874

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Nature

ISSUE

2928

VOLUME

116

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/116874a0

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