Schiller (1864-1937) was a pragmatist philosopher. He was the president of the Aristotelian Society (1921), and was elected fellow
of the British Academy (1926). The collection consists of manuscripts of published books and articles, correspondence, documents,
photographs, and ephemera related to
Schiller's life and professional career.
Schiller was born in Schleswig-Holstein in 1864; studied at Oxford; taught briefly at Cornell University and returned to England to
teach at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1897; president, Aristotelian Society (1921); elected fellow of the British Academy,
1926; distinguished himself as a pragmatist philosopher, writing several books, including Humanism: Philosophical Essays (1903), Studies in Humanism (1907), Must Philosophers Disagree? (1934), and Our Human Truths (1939); visiting lecturer and professor, USC, 1926-35; relocated to Southern California, 1935; died, 1937.
18 boxes (9 linear ft.)
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