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Born: 27 March 1930, St. Louis, MO Died: July 24, 1995 Married Joan M. Carter, 1953 Children: Anita Lee Kronsberg, Ronald Vallet Norton, Peter Daniel Norton Divorced and Married Mary F. Kille, 1970 Children: Timothy Tucker Norton; Cory Dana Norton Grandchildren: Rachel Leah Kronsberg, Will David Norton, Paul Richard Norton
B.S., Civil Engineering, Washington University (St. Louis),1952 M.A., Philosophy, Washington University, 1962 Ph.D., Philosophy, Boston University, 1968 Thesis Title: "Transcendental Imagination: A Post?Kantian Appraisal"
1978-1995: Professor of Philosophy, University of Delaware 1978-1979: Visiting Professor, Philosophy, Hull University, Yorkshire, England 1973-1978: Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Delaware 1966-1973 Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Delaware 1962-1966: Leader, Ethical Society of Boston 1958-1962: Associate Leader, Ethical Society of St. Louis 1954-1958: Architectural Engineer, The Norton Co., St. Louis 1953-1954: Civil Engineer, California Highway Dept., San Francisco 1952-1953: 2nd Lieutenant, USAF, San Antonio, Texas 1951: Uranium prospector. Atomic Trace Elements Unit, U.S Geological Survey, Alaska 1950: Smoke jumper, U.S. Forest Service, Missoula, Montana
Soka University, Tokyo, Award of Highest Honor, August 11, 1990 Soka University, Tokyo, Honorary Doctorate, awarded October 18, 1991
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