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Wren, Thomas E.

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  • Fuller Name

    • Thomas Edward
  • Variants

    • Wren, Leo B.
    • Wren, Thomas Edward
    • Wren, Leo Bonaventure, 1938-
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1938-07-16
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Kansas City (Mo.)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Evanston (Ill.)
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    • found: Moral dilemmas, 1985:CIP t.p. (Thomas E. Wren)
    • found: LC data base 8-13-85(hdg.: Wren, Thomas E.)
    • found: Conceptions of culture, c2012:ECIP t.p. (Thomas E. Wren) data view (b. July 16, 1938)
    • found: Amazon website, Mar. 14, 2019(Thomas E. Wren is professor of philosophy at Loyola University Chicago, where he directs the graduate program in social philosophy. He holds graduate degrees in education and English literature as well as philosophy and has published extensively on moral education and other educational themes. He is on the editorial boards of Theory and Research in Education and The Journal of Moral Education.)
    • found: Loyola University Chicago website, Mar. 14, 2019Curriculum Vitae (THOMAS E. WREN ; Born in Kansas City, Missouri ; Home: Evanston, IL ; Philosophy Department ; Ph.D. (philosophy), Northwestern University, 1969 ; M.A. (philosophy), Loyola University of Chicago, 1965 ; M.A. (English), De Paul University, 1962)
    • found: Wren, Thomas Edward. Moral obligation and the structure of human action, 1969(Thomas Edward Wren) (Ph.D. Dissertation (Philosophy). Evanston: Northwestern University, 1969)
    • found: Wren, Leo B. A textual analysis of the rhetoric of John Henry Cardinal Newman's sermon "The second spring", 1961(by Leo B. Wren) (Master's Thesis (English Literature). Chicago: DePaul University, 1961)
    • found: Wren, Leo Bonaventure. The meaning of nothingness in the early philosophy of Martin Heidegger, 1965(by Leo B. Wren) (M.A. (philosophy), Loyola University of Chicago, 1965 )
    • found: Semantic Scholar website, Mar. 14, 2019PDF of The meaning of nothingness in the early philosophy of Martin Heidegger (Brother Leo Bonaventure (Thomas Edward) Wren, F.S.O., was born in Kansas City, Missouri, July 16, 1938. In 1955 he entered the Christian Brothers Novitiate in Glencoe. After completing the oourse work for the Master of Arts degree in philosophy at Loyola University, he began doctoral course work at St. Louis University.)
  • Change Notes

    • 1985-08-16: new
    • 2019-03-15: revised
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