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A. E. Taylor

a.k.a. Alfred Edward Taylor

Author Code: EAET

Born: Dec. 22, 1869 - Oundle, England

Died: Oct. 31, 1945 - Edinburgh, Scotland

Educated at New College, Oxford, Taylor received a First in the humanities in 1891. He held a fellowship at Merton College from 1891 to 1896. He was influenced by the school of British Idealism. He published his first major work, Elements of Metaphysics, in 1903. Taylor taught at the University of St. Andrews from 1908 to 1924, followed by the University of Edinburgh from 1924 to 1941, both as Professor of Moral Philosophy. He was a major scholar of Plato and contributed major works on the subject, with his commentary on the Timaeus (1927) being of special interest. In his The Faith of a Moralist (1930) Taylor moved towards a comprehensive idealist philosophy. He was a fellow of the British Academy (1911) and president of the Aristotelian Society (1928-29). In 1931, he became an honorary fellow of New College, Oxford. His many works include The Problems of Conduct (1901), Thomas Hobbes (1908), Plato (1908), Epicurus (1911), Aristotle (1919), Platonism and Its Influence (1924), Socrates: The man and His Thoughts (1933), Philosophical Studies (1934), The Christian Hope of Immortality (1938) and Does God Exist? (1945).

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