Bachelor of Arts, Stanford University, 1938; Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Harvard University, 1942; Master of Arts in Philosophy, Harvard University, 1946; Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1949.
Instructor philosophy, Wellesley College, 1945-1947; Instructor philosophy, University of Illinois, 1947-1950; assistant professor, Louisiana State University, 1950-1952; lecturer, Harvard University, 1952-1953; assistant professor, University of California at Los Angeles, 1953-1955; visiting lecturer, Yale, 1955-1956; associate professor, Yale University, 1956-1960; professor philosophy, Williams College, from 1960; Massachusetts professor philosophy, Williams College, from 1976.
(Whitehead, Alfred North, -- 1861-1947.)
Member Metaphys. Society of America, International Society for Study Time, Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy.
Married Mary Elizabeth Wood, October 9, 1939. Children: Mary Ellen, Nathaniel Spencer Wood, Roger Trask Wood.