Lady Ottoline Bentinck (later LOM
) attended a course in logic, taught by Professor D. G. Ritchie
, at St Andrews University
Darroch, Sandra Jobson. Ottoline: The Life of Lady Ottoline Morrell. Coward, McCann and Geoghegan, 1975.
argues here that absolute knowledge is impossible because of the unavoidable element of subjectivity.
Hughes, William Richard, Charles Lapworth, W. A. Tilden, and Robert Lewins. Constance Naden: A Memoir. Bickers and Son, 1890.
Although this sounds as if anything beyond our senses must be essentially unknowable, so that even its existence becomes...
Jane Welsh Carlyle
Bess Stodart, Jane's closest friend during her adolescent years, lived in Edinburgh; they exchanged frequent letters. Stodart's great-nephew, David Ritchie
, upon inheriting some of these, recognised JWC
as a singularly brilliant woman
Carlyle, Jane Welsh, and Thomas Carlyle. “Preface”. Early Letters of Jane Welsh Carlyle, edited by David G. Ritchie, Swan Sonnenschein, 1889, p. v - xii.