Fraser, Alexander Campbell (b. 1819)

Fraser, Alexander Campbell, philosopher, born at Ardchattan, Argyllshire; after a university training at Edinburgh and Glasgow he entered the Free Church; was for a brief term Free Church minister of Cramond, from which he was transferred to a chair in the Free Church College, but in 1856 succeeded Sir William Hamilton as professor of Logic and Metaphysics at Edinburgh, a position he held till 1891, when he resigned; his writings include the standard edition of Berkeley, with notes and a life, monographs on Locke and Berkeley in the series of “Philosophical Classics,” and two vols. on the “Philosophy of Theism,” being the Gifford Lectures delivered 1895-96; (b. 1819).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Frankenstein
Frankfort-on-the-Main
Frankfort-on-the-Oder
Frankland, Sir Edward
Franklin, Benjamin
Franklin, Sir John
Franks
Franz, Robert
Franzensbad
Franz-Josef Land
Fraser, Alexander Campbell
Fraser, James
Fraser River
Fraticelli
Fraunhofer, Joseph von
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Frederick I.
Frederick II.
Frederick III.
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Frederick III.