The New Student's Reference Work/Adler, Felix
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Ad′ler, Felix, writer and lecturer, the son of a Hebrew rabbi, was born at Abzey, Germany, in 1851. His education has been chiefly American, but he is a Ph.D. of Berlin University. In 1874–6 he was professor of oriental languages and Hebrew at Cornell University. This post he resigned to lecture before the Ethical Culture Society. His lectures before this society on Sundays in New York are well known and attended. Dr. Adler was called in 1902 to be professor of social and political ethics in Columbia University. He is the author of Creed and Deed (1878) and The Moral Instruction of Children (1892).