University and Educational Intelligence


    BIRMINGHAM.—At the meeting of the Council of the University held on Wednesday, June 1, Mr. Walter H. Moberly was appointed to the chair of philosophy to succeed Prof. J. H. Muirhead, who is retiring from the chair in September next. Mr. Moberly is dean, fellow, and tutor of Lincoln College, Oxford, and one of the best known of the younger teachers of political and social philosophy in the Philosophy and History School of that University. His experience of municipal administration as a member of the Oxford City Council and his work with the Workers' Educational Association should contribute to make him a fitting successor to Prof. J. H. Muirhead.

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    University and Educational Intelligence. Nature 107, 474–475 (1921).

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