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John Neville Keynes

Dr John Keynes
 
Biographical Summary

Date of Birth

31 August 1852

Place of Birth

Salisbury

Date of Death

15th November 1949

Place of Death

Cambridge

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Vocation & Acclamations

Senior Moralist (Cambridge) 1875

Gold Medallist (London) 1876

Fellow of Pembroke College Cambridge, 1876

University Lecturer in Moral Science, Cambridge, 1884-1911

Secretary of Local Examinations and Lectures Syndicate 1892-1910

Registrar University of Cambridge 1910-1925

Member of Council of Senate of University of Cambridge 1892-1924, and Secretary of the Council 1893-1925

Chairman of Special Board for Moral Science, 1906-1912

Chairman of Special  Board for Economics and Politics, 1908-1920

Original member of the British Economic Association founded in 1890

 
John Neville Keynes

 

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Biographical Details

 

Personal Relationships
RelationshipNameDate - Period
FatherJohn Keynes 
MotherAnna Maynard Neville 
Wife Florence Ada Brown 
SonJohn Maynard Keynes 
Son Geoffrey Langdon Keynes 
Daughter Margaret Neville Hill 
Daughter-in-lawLydia Lopokova 
Daughter-in-lawMargaret Elizabeth Darwin 
FriendW E Johnson 
FriendG K Chesterton 
FriendDr Jones Ward 
FriendAlfred Marshall 
FriendProfessor Foxwell 

 

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Locale
WhereWhyWhen

Salisbury

Place of birth

1852

Amersham Hall School

Pupil

University College, London

Student

Pembroke College CambridgeStudent/Hon Fellow

 

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Oeuvre
TitleGenreDate - Edition
Studies and Exercises in Formal LogicPaper1884, 4th edition published 1906, reprinted in 1928
Scope and Method of Political EconomyBook1891,4th edition published 1917, reprinted in 1930
Encyclopaedia BritannicaArticlesVarious?
Palgrave's Dictionary of Political EconomyArticlesVarious?
   

 

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