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  • Sidgwick — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Alfred Sidgwick (1850–1943), englischer Logiker und Philosoph Henry Sidgwick (1838–1900), englischer Philosoph Nevil Vincent Sidgwick (1873–1952), englischer Chemiker Diese Seite ist eine …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sidgwick —   [ sɪdʒwɪk],    1) Henry, britischer Philosoph, * Skipton (County North Yorkshire) 31. 5. 1838, ✝ Cambridge 28. 8. 1900; ab 1883 Professor in Cambridge; 1882 Mitbegründer der Society for Psychical Research. Ausgehend von der Moralphilosophie des …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Sidgwick — This unusual and interesting surname, of Anglo Saxon origin, is locational from places so called in Cumberland and Sussex. The derivation of Sedwick in Cumberland is from the Old Norse siggi or Olde English pre 7th Century sicg , both meaning… …   Surnames reference

  • Sidgwick, Henry — Sidgwick C.A.J.Coady Unlike John Stuart Mill or Jeremy Bentham, Henry Sidgwick’s is hardly a household name in intellectual circles beyond the world of professional philosophy. His standing amongst many contemporary moral philosophers as possibly …   History of philosophy

  • Sidgwick & Jackson — is an imprint of publishing company Pan Macmillan. It was originally founded in Britain in 1908. Notable early Sidgwick and Jackson authors include poet Rupert Brooke and novelist E.M. Forster. In more recent times it was responsible for… …   Wikipedia

  • Sidgwick & Jackson — est une maison d édition britannique fondée en 1908 à Londres. Le nom est à présent celui d une collection de l éditeur Pan Macmillan. Lien externe (en) Site officiel …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Sidgwick Site — The Sidgwick Site is one of the biggest sites within the University of Cambridge. It is located on the western edge of Cambridge city centre, and is home to several of the university s arts faculties. The site is named after the philosopher Henry …   Wikipedia

  • Sidgwick , Nevil Vincent — (1873–1952) British chemist Sidgwick, who was born in Oxford, came from a distinguished intellectual family; both his father and an uncle were Oxford classicists and another uncle was a professor of moral philosophy at Cambridge University. He… …   Scientists

  • Sidgwick, Henry — born May 31, 1838, Skipton, Yorkshire, Eng. died Aug. 29, 1900, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire British philosopher. Educated at Cambridge, he remained there as a fellow (from 1859) and professor (from 1883). His Methods of Ethics (1874) is considered… …   Universalium

  • Sidgwick, Henry — (1838–1900) English philosopher. Sidgwick was a quintessentially late Victorian Cambridge figure. He was Fellow of Trinity College from 1859 to 1869, when he resigned because religious doubts meant that he could no longer subscribe to the Thirty… …   Philosophy dictionary

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