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Henry Longueville Mansel (1820–1871)

Mansel, Henry Longueville. A distinguished English metaphysician; born at Cosgrove, Northamptonshire, Oct. 6, 1820; died there, July 30, 1871. He was dean of St. Paul’s, London, in 1868. A follower of Sir William Hamilton, he developed his philosophy still further. His chief works were: ‘Prolegomena Logica’ (Introduction to Logic, 1851); the article on ‘Metaphysics’ in the ‘Encyclopædia Britannica’ (1857); ‘Bampton Lectures’ (1858); ‘Philosophy of the Conditioned’ (1866); etc.