William Torrey Harris correspondence
Correspondence. Harris (1835-1910) was an educator, editor (Journal of Speculative Philosophy), lexicographer, and philosopher connected with the "St. Louis Movement" and the "Concord School of Philosophy." Harris as editor published early work by William James, Josiah Royce, and John Dewey, and introduced Hegel to the American intellectual scene. He wrote books on Hegel and Dante. Collection transferred from Hoose Library in 1995. Index.
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