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for the German-British philosopher and author Ferdinand Canning Scott Schiller.
Ferdinand Canning Scott Schiller (1864-1937) was a German-British philosopher whose major
interests were in the areas of metaphysics, logical theory, epistemology, philosophy of
science and ethics. Schiller was an early supporter of Evolution and a founding member of
the English Eugenics Society. Between the years 1893 and 1897 Schiller was an instructor at
Cornell University. He became a fellow and tutor of Corpus Christi, Oxford University in
1897 and was a visiting professor at the University of Southern California from 1929 to
1937. He died after a lingering illness in Los Angeles, California, in August 1937.
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