Carus, Dr. Paul

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Carus, Dr. Paul

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18 July 1852 - 11 February 1919

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Paul Carus, PhD (18 July 1852 – 11 February 1919) was a German-American author, editor, a student of comparative religion and philosopher. Carus was born at Ilsenburg, Germany, and educated at the universities of Strassburg (then Germany, now France) and Tübingen, Germany. After obtaining his PhD from Tübingen in 1876
he served in the army and then taught school. He had been raised in a
pious and orthodox Protestant home, but gradually moved away from this
tradition.
He left Bismarck's Imperial Germany for the United States, "because of his liberal views". After he immigrated to the USA (in 1884) he lived in Chicago, and in LaSalle, Illinois. Paul Carus married Edward C. Hegeler's daughter Mary (Marie) and the couple later moved into the Hegeler Carus Mansion, built by her father. They had six children.

For more information, see Wikipedia entry at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Carus .

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Welby, Victoria, Lady, 1837-1912 (1837-1912)

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29543057

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1890-1894,1896-1898,1902-1904,1909,1911

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Created 2015-10-28 by Anna St.Onge.

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  • English

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http://viaf.org/viaf/44394951
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Carus

According to Nina Cust : "Author of "The Ethical Problem" "The Gospel of Buddha" etc. Editor of the American journals "The Monist" and "The Open Court", in both of which Articles by V.W. occasionally appeared. 'Your work is always interested me,' he wrote. 'I feel that we have the same aim and I look upon you as an ally.'" Mrs. Henry Cust, (ed.) Other Dimensions: A Selection from the Later Correspondence of Victoria Lady Welby, London: Jonathan Cape, 1931, pp. 318-320.

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