Person NameFraser; family; A Campbell
ActivityProfessor Alexander Campbell Fraser, DCL LL D (1819-1914), was born in Ardchattan Manse, Argyll, the son of Rev Hugh Fraser and Maria Helen Campbell. He was educated at home and Edinburgh University and was appointed minister of Cramond, 1843. Fraser was Professor of Logic, Edinburgh, 1846-1856, and editor of North British Review, 1850-1857. He was Gifford Lecturer on Natural Theology in Edinburgh, 1894-1896. He married Jemima Gordon Dyce (d 1907) in 1850. Fraser was awarded Hon DCL, Oxford, 1883; Hon LL D, Princeton; 1856; Glasgow, 1871; Edinburgh, 1891; Aberdeen, 1906; and Hon Litt D, Dublin, 1902; FRS Edin, 1858; Fellow of the British Academy, 1903. His publications include: Berkeley's Life and Works, 1871; The Philosopy of Theism, 1895-1896; Biographia Philosphica, 1904; Essays in Philosophy, 1846-1856; Locke, in Philosophical Classics, 1890; Berkeley and Spiritual Realism, 1909.
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