Scottish philosopher and
psychologist (1818-1903). Bain
was Professor of Logic at Aberdeen University from 1860-1881.
In 1876 he founded the journal Mind.
His major psychological works were The
Senses and the Intellect (1855), and The
Emotions and the Will (1859), each of which went through several
revised and updated editions in the following decades.
He was a protégé of John Stuart Mill and an admirer of Comtes
by: Thomas Dixon
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