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William Angus Knight (1836–1916)

Knight, William Angus. A Scotch philosophical writer and littérateur; born at Mordington, Berwickshire, Feb. 22, 1836; died in 1916. He was professor of philosophy at the University of St. Andrews (1876–1902). Among numerous publications may be noticed: ‘Poems from the Dawn of English Literature to the Year 1699’ (1863); ‘Colloquia Peripatetica’ (1870); ‘Studies in Philosophy and Literature’ (1879); ‘Memorials of Colenton’ (1887); ‘Wordsworth’s Prose’ (1893); ‘Aspects of Theism’ (1894). He edited the works of Wordsworth, and written much on him.