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Friday, May 3, 2013

Arthur F. Holmes, American professor of Philosophy, died he was 87.


Arthur F. Holmes  was Professor of Philosophy at Wheaton College, Illinois (1951–1994). Before his retirement in 1994, he served as Chairman of Wheaton's Department of Philosophy. Thereafter he held the title of Professor Emeritus. After his retirement, he returned and taught half of the year long history of philosophy sequence, particularly the medieval (Augustine to Ockham) and the modern (Descartes to Quine) quarters in 2000-2001.

(March 15, 1924 – October 8, 2011)

He is known for his body of work on topics related to philosophy, including ethics, philosophy applied to Christian higher education, and historical interactions between Christianity and philosophy. Holmes also has served as a guest lecturer at many colleges, universities, and conferences on these topics.
Holmes is a graduate of Wheaton College. He received a Ph.D from Northwestern University.
Holmes died on October 8, 2011 at age 87.[1]

Works

  • His (1969)
  • Faith Seeks Understanding (1971)
  • The Idea of a Christian College (first edition, 1975)
  • All Truth is God's Truth (1977)
  • Contours of a World View (1983)
  • Building the Christian Academy (2001)
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