Considered one of the biggest philosophers from the 20th century. He trained on the London College of Economics. He was called a lecturer in idea at Canterbury College or university College from the College or university of New Zealand in Christchurch in 1937. He had written The Open Culture and Its Foes during his period there. He compared several strongly kept philosophical values of his time, including the traditional justificationist accounts of understanding, which he noticed as inferior compared to important rationalism. His family members was of higher middle-class position. His father proved helpful as a health care provider of rules at Vienna College or university. He was created the entire year before Alexander Bain, another world-famous philosopher, passed away.