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Henry Calderwood (1830–1897)

Calderwood, Henry. A Scotch philosophical writer; born at Peebles, May 10, 1830; died at Edinburgh, Nov. 19, 1897. An opponent of the doctrines of Sir William Hamilton, he brought out ‘The Philosophy of the Infinite’ (1854); ‘The Handbook of Moral Philosophy’ (1872); and similar works, which ran through many editions.