Memoirs of Richard Whately ...

With a glance at his contemporaries & times.
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Whately, Richard, 1787
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Anecdotal Memoirs of Richard Whately, Archbishop of Dublin (London, ), 2 Vols, by W. Fitzpatrick. Tuckwell's Pre-Tractarian Oxford has a chapter on Whately which adds little to the above. A recent review of Whately's theological position and activity in church affairs may be found in "Archbishop Richard Whately, Download citation whately, richard (–) whately was fellow of oriel college, oxford, –22; rector of halesworth, suffolk, –5; principal of st alban’s hall, – Richard whately ( was an english rhetorician, logician, economist, and theologian who also served as the church of ireland archbishop of dublin.

Free 2-day shipping. Buy Memoirs of Richard Whately, Archbishop of Dublin at Most widely held works by Richard Whately Elements of rhetoric: comprising an analysis of the laws of moral evidence and of persuasion, with rules for argumentative composition and elocution by Richard Whately () editions published between and in 3 languages and held by 2, WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

In Jane Whately, his daughter, published Miscellaneous Remains from his commonplace book and in his Life and Correspondence in two volumes. The Anecdotal Memoirs of Archbishop Whately, by William John Fitzpatrick, was published in Church: Church of Ireland. Author of Elements of logic, Elements of rhetoric, Historic doubts relative to Napoleon Buonaparte, Essays on some of the peculiarities of the Christian religion, Easy lessons on reasoning, The kingdom of Christ, A general view of the rise, progress, and corruptions of Christianity, Introductory lectures on political-economy.

Memoirs of Richard Whately, with a Glance at Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive.

We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork. Whately was an important figure in the revival of Aristotelian logic in the early nineteenth century. Whately's view of rhetoric as essentially a method for persuasion became an orthodoxy, challenged in mid-century by Henry Noble Day/5(10).

The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Richard Whately (Whately, Richard, ) An online book about this author is available, as is a Wikipedia article. Whately, Richard,contrib.: Account of an Expedition to the Interior of New Holland (London: R. Bentley, ), by Mary Fox multiple formats at Whately's view of rhetoric as essentially a method for persuasion He was a leading Broad Churchman, a prolific and combative author over a wide range of topics.

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Most of us first encountered Richard Whately’s Elements of Logic as a passing mention in an undergraduate survey of rhetorical theory or an argumentation and debate course. Graduate level coverage of Whately’s work frequently attaches little significance to the ing the lead of Wilbur Samuel Howell, Whately has been dismissed as someone who merely reaffirmed Aristotle’s.

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Whately was the first English logician to correct a mistaken conception of the nature and function of logic that had dominated English thought since the time of Locke and had led to the sterility of that discipline in.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. In his daughter published Miscellaneous Remains from his commonplace book and in his Life and Correspondence in two volumes.

The Anecdotal Memoirs of Archbishop Whately, by W. Fitzpatrick (), enliven the picture. In the past attributed to Richard Whately. Reverses: or Memoirs of the Fairfax Family (), novel. The conclusion of the story has the Fairfax family emigrating to Canada.

Richard Whately wrote about such emigrants in one of his early contributions to the Quarterly Review. WHATELY, RICHARD (–), archbishop of Dublin, fourth son of Joseph Whately of Nonsuch Park, Surrey, by Jane, daughter of William Plumer of Gilston Park and Blakesware Park, Hertfordshire (cf.

Lamb, Last Essays of Elia), was born in the house of his maternal uncle, William Plumer, in Cavendish Square, London, on 1 Feb. A rare insight to the faith journey of the theologian and writer Joseph Blanco White, is made possible by the survival of an exchange of correspondence with Richard Whately, Archbishop of Dublin,housed at the Representative Church Body Library.

Born in Seville inJosé María Blanco y Crespo (Joseph Blanco White) has been described as a theologian, poet, novelist, critic. Richard Whately ( was an English rhetorician, logician, economist, and theologian who also served as the Church of Ireland Archbishop of Dublin. Whately was the first English logician to correct a mistaken conception of the nature and function of logic that had dominated English thought since the time of Locke and had led to the.

Portrait of Archbishop Whately, from fronticepiece in 'E. Jane Whately, Life and Correspondence of Richard Whately, Late Archbishop of Dublin' (London, Longmans, Green, and Co., ).

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Richard Whately, Oxford logician, theologian, economist and Archbishop of Dublin. Richard Whately was educated in Bristol and Oriel College, Oxford, Whately was a leader of the "Noetic" generation at Oriel.

InWhately was engaged as a tutor to Nassau William Senior at Oxford, and forged a lifelong friendship and intellectual partnership.The Anecdotal Memoirs of Archbishop Whately, by WJ Fitzpatrick (), enliven the picture.

A programme in the BBC television series Who Do You Think You Are?, broadcast on 2 Marchuncovered that Richard Whately was an ancestor of British actor Kevin Whately.

References.Family. Mary Louisa Whately was born on Aug at Halesworth in Suffolk, was the third child, the second daughter, born to Richard Whately and Elizabeth father was a rector in Suffolk when Mary Louisa Whately was born but was appointed Principal of Alban Hall in Oxford inand then Archbishop of Dublin in On his appointment as Archbishop the family.