A. E. Taylor
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A. E. Taylor a.k.a. Alfred Edward Taylor was a British idealist philosopher most famous for his contributions to the philosophy of idealism in his writings on metaphysics, the philosophy of religion, moral philosophy, and the scholarship of Plato. He was a fellow of the British Academy and president of the Aristotelian Society from 1928 to 1929. At Oxford he was made an honorary fellow of New College in 1931. In an age of universal upheaval and strife, he was a notable defender of Idealism in the Anglo-Saxon world.
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The Atlantic (1919)
A. E. Taylor is a member of the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania. who has for several years past been employed by the United ...
by Kiyosi Itô
A. E. Taylor, Advanced calculus, Ginn, 1955. 107 (Xlll.1) Differential Equations A. Ordinary Differential Equations It ...
by Celia B Fisher, Richard M. Lerner
Laws XII (A. E. Taylor, Trans.). In E. Hamilton and H.
MacColl, A. E. Taylor, F. W. Moorman, F. M. Stawell, J. C Smith, A. B. Webster). Collected by O. Elton. Uniform Editions of Critical Works Crown 8vo. With Introductions and Notes Elizabethan Critical Essays. By G. Gregory Smith.
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I think I came across Cecil Taylor a bit later, in 65 or 66. That really impressed me - Cecil Taylor is an amazing character... Both his music and the way he approaches the instrument are astonishing. (Luc Ferrari)
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