Dugald Stewart
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Born in Edinburgh, Edinburgh and the Lothians
Born on 22nd of November 1753
Died on 11th of June 1828

Born 1753. Died 1828 - Scottish philosopher.

Succeeded his father as Professor of Moral Philosophy at Edinburgh University (1775). Regarded as a great teacher and lecturer. Best known work is Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind (3 volumes 1792, 1814, 1827).

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