The Good Man and the Good; An Introduction to Ethics

By: Calkins, Mary Whiton

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219pp. + 4pp. ads. In 1890 Calkins began the study of psychology at Harvard, under William James (among others). According to the DAB, "By 1896 she had fulfilled the requirements for the degree of Ph.D. with distinction, but the university could not grant the degree to a woman" (Supplement One, 150). Calkins established the first psychological laboratory at a woman's college (Wellesley) in 1890. She was the first female president of the American Psychological Association (1905) and the American Philosophical Association (1918), respectively. In 1928 she was made honorary member of the British Psychological Association. Socially, she was a pacifist, strongly supported Sacco and Vanzetti and was a member of the ACLU. Corners bumped and rubbed, but not rubbed through. Ownership inscription of Fredna Jackson, Wellesley 1920 on the front free endpaper. Ownership ink stamp on the same. Underlining on just a few pages and a few instances of marginalia. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Title: The Good Man and the Good; An Introduction to Ethics

Author Name: Calkins, Mary Whiton

Categories: Ethics,

Edition: First Edition.

Publisher: NY, Macmillan: 1918

Binding: Original Cloth

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Book

Seller ID: 36

Keywords: ETHICS,