Vesey, Godfrey (Norman Agmondisham)
VESEY, Godfrey (Norman Agmondisham)
VESEY, Godfrey (Norman Agmondisham). British, b. 1923. Genres: Philosophy. Career: Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Open University, Milton Keynes, since 1990 (Professor, 1969-90; Pro-Vice-Chancellor, 1975- 77; Acting Vice-Chancellor, 1980). Lecturer, then Reader in Philosophy, King's College, London, 1952-69; Visiting Professor, Carleton College, Minnesota and University of Oregon, 1966. Hon. Director, Royal Institute of Philosophy, 1965-79. Publications: (ed.) Body and Mind, 1964; The Embodied Mind, 1965; (ed.) The Human Agent, 1968; (ed.) Talk of God, 1969; (ed.) Knowledge and Necessity, 1970; Perception, 1970; (ed.) The Proper Study, 1971; (ed.) Reason and Reality, 1972; (ed.) Philosophy and the Arts, 1973; Personal Identity, 1974; (ed.) Understanding Wittgenstein, 1974; (ed.) Philosophy in the Open, 1974; (ed.) Impressions of Empiricism, 1976; (ed.) Communication and Understanding, 1977; (ed.) Human Values, 1978; (ed.) Idealism: Past and Present, 1982; (ed.) Philosophers Ancient and Modern, 1986; (with Antony Flew) Agency and Necessity, 1987; (ed.) The Philosophy in Christianity, 1990; (with Paul Foulkes) Collins Dictionary in Philosophy, 1990; Inner and Outer: Essays on a Philosophical Myth, 1991. Address: 73 Bushmead Ave, Bedford MK40 3QW, England.