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  1. Richard Whately was an English academic, rhetorician, logician, philosopher, economist, and theologian who also served as a reforming Church of Ireland Archbishop of Dublin. He was a leading Broad Churchman, a prolific and combative author over a wide range of topics, a flamboyant character, and one of the first reviewers to recognise the talents of Jane Austen.

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  2. Richard Whately fue un académico, retórico, lógico, filósofo, economista y teólogo inglés que también sirvió como arzobispo reformador de Dublín en la Iglesia de Irlanda. Fue un destacado líder de la iglesia amplia, un autor prolífico y combativo sobre una amplia gama de temas, un personaje extravagante y uno de los primeros críticos en reconocer el talento de Jane Austen.

  3. 04/10/2022 · Richard Whately, (born Feb. 1, 1787, London, Eng.—died Oct. 8, 1863, Dublin, Ire.), Anglican archbishop of Dublin, educator, logician, and social reformer. The son of a clergyman, Whately was educated at Oriel College, Oxford, and took holy orders. While at Oxford, he wrote his satiric Historic Doubts Relative to Napoleon Bonaparte (1819), in which ...

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    Richard Whately was born on February 1, 1787, in London, England, the youngest of nine children of the Rev. Dr. Joseph Whately. As a child, he spent most of his days in his grandfather's garden, daydreaming and studying insects. At the age of nine, his parents sent him to a private school outside Bristol, and in April 1805, Whately was accepted int...

    Whately was a great talker, and during his early life he loved to argue, using others as instruments on which to hammer out his own views. As he advanced in life, he adopted a style of didactic monologue. His keen wit frequently inflicted wounds which he never deliberately intended, and he loved punning. Whately often offended people by the extreme...

    Akenson, Donald H. A Protestant in Purgatory: Richard Whately, Archbishop of Dublin (The Conference on British Studies Biography Series). Archon Books, 1981. ISBN 978-0208019172
    Bacon, Francis. Bacon's Essays, with Annotations by Richard Whately and Notes and a Glossarial Index, by Franklin Fiske Heard. Scholarly Publishing Office, University of Michigan Library, 2006. ISB...
    Parton, Craig. Richard Whately: A Man for All Seasons. Canadian Institute for Law, 1997. ISBN 978-1896363073
    Patokorpi, Erkki. Rhetoric, Argumentative and Divine: Richard Whately and His Discursive Project of the 1820s. Peter Lang Publishing, 1996. ISBN 978-0820431918

    All links retrieved July 28, 2019. 1. Works by Richard Whately. Project Gutenberg. 2. Introductory Lectures on Political Economy.

  4. professor of political economy at Oxford (1829–31), then archbishop of Dublin. He involved himself in educational reform and published works on philosophy and religion, supporting Broad Church views, but his reputation rested largely on his Logic (1826) and Rhetoric (1828). From: Whately, Richard in The Concise Oxford Companion to English ...

  5. Richard Whately (1 de febrero de 1787 – 8 de octubre de 1863) fue un lógico, educador, reformador social, economista y escritor teológico inglés, y arzobispo anglicano de Dublín (1831-1863). Los dos textos estándar de Whately, Elements of Rhetoric (1828) y Elements of Logic (1826), se consideran en gran parte responsables del renacimiento del estudio de la lógica en Inglaterra a principios del siglo XIX.

  6. John Richard Whiteley OBE DL was an English presenter, and journalist, best known for his twenty-three years as host of the game show Countdown. Countdown was the launch programme for Channel 4 at 4:45 pm on 2 November 1982, and Whiteley was the first person to be seen on the channel. Despite his intelligence, Whiteley enjoyed projecting the image of an absent-minded eccentric. His trademarks were his jolly, avuncular manner, fondness for puns, and his bold, sometimes garish ...

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