1 daughter, Linda Jean. Instructor Latin Hun Preparatory School, 1923-1924. Instructor philosophy Princeton, 1924-1925.
Instructor philosophy Washington Square College, New York University, 1925-1927, assistant professor, 1927-1928, associate professor, 1928-1931, professor, 1931-1935, chairman philosophy department, 1927-1932. Professor philosophy Dartmouth, 1937-1953, chairman div. humanities, 1944-1947. Lecturer philosophy Bread Loaf School English, summers 1930, 42.
Visiting professor philosophy Pomona College, 1953. Professor, philosophy University of California at Riverside, 1954-1966, professor emeritus, 1966-1970. Research professor Smith College, 1957-1958.
Churchill professor of University Bristol, 1959-1960. Lecturer Amherst College, Vassar College, Wellesley College, Mount Holyoke College, University Texas, University of South, Haverford Colonel, Princeton, Yale, Syracuse University, U. Mexico, University of Southern California.
Author: A Critical Introduction to Ethics, 3d edit., 1959. The Way of Philosophy, 1954, review edit., 1960. The Burning Fountain, A Study in the Language of Symbolism, 1954, review edit., 1968.
Valid Thinking, 1962. Metaphor and Reality, 1962. The Presocraties, 1966.
The Hidden Harmony Essays. Author of chapters in Language of Poetry, 1942, T. S. Eliot on his Sixtieth Birthday, 1946. Editor: (with James Burnham), The Symposium, 1930-1933.
Contributor articles professional journals, United States and Mexico.
Born July 6, 1901