||William Ernest Johnson
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William Ernest Johnson (1858-1931, KC 1879) was a logician and mathematician. He held various teaching positions at the University and the Cambridge Women's Training College but had no permanent position at Cambridge until 1902 when he was appointed the first Sidgwick Lecturer in Moral Sciences, upon which he got a King's Fellowship. He held these positions for the rest of his life.
Publication about Johnson.
|Johnson, William Ernest (1858-1931) logician|
|King's/PP/SC/JohnsonWE contains: |
||'Four Early Twentieth-Century Philosophers'. This is a typescript preprint of an entry written by Peter Cave for the 'Dictionary of Twentieth-Century British Philosophers' (Theommes Press, Bristol, 2005) about WE Johnson.
8 sheets; paper.
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