Edward Caird, 1835-1908. Leading thinker of the British Idealists, and a close associate of Thomas Hill Green. He was a key 19th-century English-language exponent of Kant and Hegel.
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Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy article by William Sweet. Reflects on the intellectual aspects of Caird's life.
Full text of Caird's biography and philosophical study of this philosopher. First published in 1883, this was a founding text of English-language Hegelianism.
John Caird and Edward Caird
One-paragraph review of the impact of these two brothers on the English-language philosophical tradition. From a larger work on Anglo-American literary history.
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