|Birth Day||October 20, 1859|
|Birth Place||Burlington, VT|
|Age||160 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Jun 1, 1952 (age 92)|
Philosopher, Psychologist, and educational reformer who specialized in nature, art, and ethics. He pioneered pragmatism and functional psychology.
He published several books on philosophy, including Experience and Nature from 1925.
He had six children with his wife Alice Chipman.
He followed Jeremy Bentham's generation of influential Philosophers.