John Stuart-Glennie

John Stuart-Glennie (1841–1910) was a barrister, historian, folklorist, and philosopher who contributed to the foundation of sociology. He was involved in the early activities of the  Sociological Society in London. His most significant idea ihis theory of ‘the moral revolution.’ Stuart-Glennie was a correspondent of Patrick Geddes.

Publications in Erskine’s Periodicals

  • ‘The Land and Language, Questions in the Highlands’ [essay, ENG], Am Bàrd, Volume I, Issue 3 (July 1901)