Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge (1867 - 1940)
Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge (1867, New York – 1940, New York) was a teacher at various American universities. Woodbridge considered himself a naïve realist, deeply impressed with Santayana. He spent much of his career at Columbia University, where a residence hall and a professorship in philosophy are named in his honor. He was editor of the The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods.
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