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Thomas Davidson (1840–1900)

Davidson, Thomas. A Scottish-American philosopher and writer; born at Deer, Aberdeen, Oct. 25, 1840; died at Montreal, Sept. 14, 1900. He came to the United States in 1867 and in 1875 settled in Cambridge, MA. Included in his publications are: ‘A Short Account of the Niobe Group’ (1874); ‘The Place of Art in Education’ (1886); ‘Giordano Bruno, and the Relation of his Philosophy to Free Thought’ (1886); a ‘Hand-Book to Dante, from the Italian of Scartazzini, with Notes and Additions’ (1887); ‘Prolegomena to Tennyson’s In Memoriam’; ‘Aristotle and Ancient and Modern Educational Ideals’; ‘The Education of the Greek People and Its Influence on Civilization.’