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John Henry Muirhead (28 April 1855 – 24 May 1940) was a British philosopher best known for having initiated the Muirhead Library of Philosophy in 1890. He became the first person named to the Chair of Philosophy at the University of Birmingham in 1900. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Muirhead was educated at Gilbertfield House School, the Glasgow Academy (1866–70), and proceeded to Glasgow University, where he was deeply influenced by the Hegelianism of Edward Caird, the Professor of Moral Philosophy
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The Elements of Ethics. An Introduction to Moral Philosophy. Those of my readers who are acquainted with the course of. Modern thought in the field of Moral Philosophy will readily recognise the debt I owe to Kant and Hegel in Germany, and their most distinguished exponents, T. H. Green, and Professor Edward Caird in Great Britain. For those who are as yet beginners in philosophy, my best hope in writing this manual will be realised if they are stimulated by it to apply themselves to these and other perennial sources of philosophic inspiration.
The Elements of Moral Philosophy. Tom Beauchamp is a well known and highly respected ethics professor. He has authored numerous successful texts, including Contemporary Issues in Bioethics (WAdsworth) and Ethical Theory in Business (PH). Stewart of The Critical Ediotn of the Works of David Hume (Princeton U Press).
Muirhead, John Henry. Moral Philosophy: A Systematic Introduction to Normative Ethics and Meta-Ethics . Garner, Richard T. and Rosen, Bernard (1967). Related Items in Google Scholar.