Papers of Alfred North Whitehead
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of a Student record book for Harvard and Radcliffe classes, 1924-1937, letters to La Drière about honors for Whitehead, and articles about Whitehead.
- 1924 - 1947
Conditions Governing Access
The Papers of Alfred North Whitehead are open for research.
Extent.2 cubic feet (2 folders, 1 volume)
Biographical / Historical
Alfred North Whitehead (1861–1947) was a British mathematician, logician and philosopher known for his work on mathematical logic, the philosophy of science, and process philosophy. In collaboration with Bertrand Russell, he co-authored the landmark three-volume Principia Mathematica. Whitehead received an honorary degree from Harvard in 1926 and taught philosophy at Harvard from 1924 to 1937.
- Whitehead, Alfred North, 1861-1947. Papers of Alfred North Whitehead, 1924-1947: an inventory
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Part of the Harvard University Archives Repository
Holding nearly four centuries of materials, the Harvard University Archives is the principal repository for the institutional records of Harvard University and the personal archives of Harvard faculty, as well as collections related to students, alumni, Harvard-affiliates and other associated topics. The collections document the intellectual, cultural, administrative and social life of Harvard and the influence of the University as it emerged across the globe.
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