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The New Student's Reference Work/Ladd, George Trumbull

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Ladd, George Trumbull, an American educator and philosopher, was born at Painesville, O., Jan. 19, 1842, and educated at Western Reserve College and Andover Theological Seminary.  After serving as pastor of various Congregational churches until 1879, he became professor of intellectual and moral philosophy at Bowdoin College, and in 1881 was appointed to the chair of philosophy at Yale University.  He is the author of Principles of Church Polity; Doctrine of Sacred Scripture; Elements of Physiological Psychology; Philosophy of Religion; Psychology, Descriptive and Explanatory; Philosophy of Mind; Philosophy of Knowledge; Essays on the Higher Education; A Theory of Reality and The Philosophy of Conduct.