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Encyclopedia > Charlie Dunbar Broad

Charlie Dunbar Broad (known as C. D. Broad) (30 December 1887 - 11 March 1971) was an English philosopher known for his thorough and objective analysis in works such as Scientific Thought (1930) and Examination of McTaggart's Philosophy (1933).


Charlie Broad was born in London, England and educated at Dulwich College and Cambridge University. He earned his professorship in philosophy at Cambridge in 1933.








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