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James Black Baillie

British philosopher

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Sir James Black Baillie, was a British moral philosopher and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds. He wrote the first significant translation of Hegel's "Phenomenology of Mind." He is said to be the model for the character Sir John Evans in the novel The Weight of the Evidence by Michael Innes.

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University of Aberdeen

University in Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom

University of Dundee

Public research university in Dundee, Scotland

University of Sheffield

University in Sheffield, United Kingdom

University of Edinburgh

Public research university in Edinburgh, Scotland

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#2772 World Rank
Philosophy