James McCosh and the Scottish Intellectual Tradition
From Glasgow to Princeton
J. David Hoeveler Jr.


James McCosh played a leading role in the effort to reconcile two powerful intellectual and social forces of the nineteenth century: evolution and evangelicalism. In the first modern biography of this philosopher, religious leader, and educator, J. David Hoeveler demonstrates McCosh's significance for Scottish and American philosophy and for American education.

First published in 1981.

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