Definition of Benjamin jowett
1. Noun. English classical scholar noted for his translations of Plato and Aristotle (1817-1893).
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1. The Christian Examiner (1856)
"For a good reason, we depart from that custom in allowing the words " Fellow and Tutor of Balliol College, Oxford," to follow the name "benjamin jowett" in ..."
2. English and American Philosophy Since 1800: A Critical Survey by Arthur Kenyon Rogers (1922)
"The best illustration of this last tendency is to be found in benjamin jowett, the celebrated Master of Balliol, and a powerful force in the ranks of ..."
3. Brief Literary Criticisms by Richard Holt Hutton (1906)
"benjamin jowett THOSE who wish to know what the late Master of Balliol really was, should not content themselves with reading Mr. Lionel ..."
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