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Moore, George Edward.
Adm. pens.
at TRINITY, June 18, 1892.
[3rd] s. of Daniel, M.D., of Woodthorpe, Sydenham Hill Road, London, S.E. B. [Nov. 4, 1873], at Upper Norwood, Surrey.
School, Dulwich College.
Matric. Michs. 1892; (Class.
Trip., Pt I 1st Class, 1894); Craven Scholar, 1895; B.A. (Moral Sci. Trip., Pt II, 1st Class) 1896; M.A. 1899; Litt.D. 1914.
Fellow, 1898-1904 and 1925-50-. University Lecturer in Moral Science, 1911-25; Professor of Philosophy, 1925-39.
F.B.A., 1918.
Hon. LL.D., St Andrews Univ., 1918.
Editor of Mind, 1921-47.
Author, Principia Ethica; Philosophical Studies, etc.
Of 86, Chesterton Road, Cambridge, in 1950.
Brother of Daniel H. (1889). (Dulwich Coll. Reg.; Who's Who.)
George Edward MOORE
Approx. lifespan: 1873–1958
pens. Trinity College adm1892:06:18
3rd s. of Daniel MOORE,
MD of Woodthorpe Sydenham Hill Road, London , , S.E.
b. Upper Norwood, Surrey , 1873:11:04
Sch: Dulwich College Dulwich, [London],
Matric 1892:10MT:
Class.Trip., Pt I 1st Class(1894));
Craven Scholar 1895
BA Moral Sci.Trip., Pt II, 1st Class 1896
MA 1899
LittD 1914
Fellow 1898-1904
and 1925-50-
University Lecturer in Moral Science 1911-25
Professor of: Philosophy 1925-39
FBA 1918
Hon.LLD Sch: St Andrews University ((pl) )) , [Fife [-co]] 1918
Editor of: : Mind 1921-47.
Publ.: Principia Ethica; Philosophical Studies etc.
Of 86 Chesterton Road, [+ci]CB[-ci] [Cambridgeshire], in1950
brother of Daniel H. MOORE (1889)
( Dulwich College Reg.; Who's Who .)
[add:]Mother, Henrietta Sturge[:add]
[add:]Married 1913, Dorothy, dau. of G.H. Ely[:add]
[add:]O.M. 1951[:add]
[add:] d. 24 Oct. 1958[:add]
[add:]Portrait, 1952, by H.A. Freeth, at Fitzwilliam Museum[:add]
[add:]Photograph: CAS: H.109[:add]
[add:](J.D. Pickles: WWW and Dunbartonshire ; Goodison: CP : 244)[:add]
[add:]one of the Cambridge 'Apostles'[:add]
[add:] bur. Ascension Parish Burial Ground, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire , [:add]
[add:](Martin Packer, 2014)[:add]