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John Wilkins PROFILE

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NameJohn Wilkins
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BirthdateJanuary 01, 1614
Death DateNovember 19, 1672
(died at age 58)
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BirthplaceEngland
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Seventeenth-century British clergyman, natural philosopher, and author. He is perhaps best remembered for his 1668 work, "An Essay Towards a Real Character and a Philosophical Language," which argues for the establishment of a global language and a universal measurement system.

Before Fame

He held the distinction of presiding over both the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge.

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He helped establish the Royal Society, and he also served as Bishop of Chester beginning in 1668.

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He was born to an English goldsmith. After his father died and his mother remarried, he became the half-brother of astronomer and poet Walter Pope.

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He is mentioned in The Baroque Cycle, a historical fiction work by author Neal Stephenson.

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