Samuel Alexander was an Australian-born British philosopher. He was the first Jewish fellow of an Oxbridge college.
|Born:||6 January 1859, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
|Died:||(aged), Manchester, England|
|Alma mater:||Wesley College, Melbourne, University of Melbourne, Balliol College, Oxford|
About Samuel Alexander
Australian philosopher who was the first Jewish fellow of an Oxbridge college and published the 1933 popular essay Beauty and other Forms of Value.
He attended Wesley College in Melbourne and studied arts at the University of Melbourne in 1875.
A theatre at Monash University in Melbourne is named after him.
He was born the third son of Samuel Alexander who worked as a saddler and Eliza née Sloman.
Another Australian philosopher like him is David Armstrong.
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- Australian members of the Order of Merit
- Spinoza scholars
- Fellows of Lincoln College, Oxford
- Presidents of the Aristotelian Society
- Australian philosophers
- Australian emigrants to England
- People educated at Wesley College (Victoria)
- Academics of the Victoria University of Manchester
- 19th-century philosophers
- British philosophers
- Analytic philosophers