- Author:E. D. Watt
- Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan (September 1, 1982)
- Pages:124 pages
- Subcategory:Social Sciences
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Donald Elmslie Robertson Watt FRSE (15 August 1926–18 April 2004) was a Scottish historian and Professor Emeritus at St Andrews University. Donald Watt was the son of Theodore Watt, managing director of the Aberdeen University Press. Watt studied at Aberdeen Grammar School, before reading history at University of Aberdeen. He graduated in 1950, and moved to Oriel College, Oxford, receiving his D. Phil in 1957.
St. Martin's Press (1982). categorize this paper). This article has no associated abstract. Social Epistemology, Misc in Epistemology. Social and Political Philosophy.
Watt studied at Aberdeen Grammar School, before reading history at Aberdeen University. Phil in 1957
Watt studied at Aberdeen Grammar School, before reading history at Aberdeen University. Watt taught history at St Andrews University for his entire career, excepting a year's study at Columbia University.
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