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Holmes, Edmond, 1850-1936

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    • Unorthodox believer, 1850-1936
    • Author of The creed of Christ, 1850-1936
    • Creed of Christ, Author of, 1850-1936
    • Holmes, Edmond G. A. (Edmond Gore Alexander), 1850-1936
    • Holmes, Edmond Gore Alexander, 1850-1936
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1850
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1936
    • Birth Place

        Moycashel (Ireland)
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    • found: Edmond Holmes and 'The tragedy of education', 1998
    • found: A confession of faith, by an unorthodox believer, 1895
    • found: The creed of Buddha, 1908:t.p. (the author of 'The creed of Christ')
    • found: LC data base, 20 July 1998(hdg.: Holmes, Edmond Gore Alexander, 1850-1936; usage Edmond Holmes)
    • found: Selected poetry and prose of Edmond Holmes, 2016:CIP t.p. (Edmond Holmes) introduction ("Edmond Gore Alexander Holmes (1850-1936), educator, philosopher, theologian, essayist, school inspector and poet")
    • found: Wikipedia search, 2016-04-06: "Edmond Gore Alexander Holmes (1850-1936) was an educationalist, writer and poet who was born at Moycashel, County Westmeath, Ireland. His The Creed of the Buddha (1908) is well known; he also wrote a pantheist text All is One: A Plea for a Higher Pantheism. . . . He was also a schools inspector, rising to become chief inspector for elementary schools in 1905. He resigned in 1911, over a confidential memorandum criticising school inspectors who had formerly been elementary school teachers. This angered the teachers' union and it led to the downfall of Robert Morant the permanent secretary to the Board of Education when it became public. Holmes subsequent writings on education are taken as an early statement of "progressive" and "child-centred" positions, and are still cited. Later works come close to theosophy")
    • found: Holmes, Edmond. Poems, 1876:title page (Edmond G.A. Holmes, St John's College, Oxford)
  • LC Classification

    • PR6015.O43
  • Change Notes

    • 1980-09-03: new
    • 2018-01-11: revised
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