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Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society

Nature volume 85, page 370 (19 January 1911) | Download Citation



THE Aristotelian Society exists for the systematic study of philosophy, as to its historic development, and as to its methods and problems. It is an aristocratic body—intellectually speaking—consisting of about one hundred members, among whom are Mr. A. J. Balfour, Mr. Haldane, Prof. Sorley, Dr. Stout, Dr. Bernard Bosanquet, and Dr. Shadworth Hodgson.

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