Boston College of Vitosophy

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Boston College of Vitosophy
Purpose/focus Vitosophy
Headquarters Boston, Mass.
President William Windsor

The Boston College of Vitosophy was an educational organisation, founded by William Windsor and based in Boston, Massachusetts with branch schools in Los Angeles, California and Seattle, Washington, which was devoted to the teaching of Vitosophy, "a scientific system of Character Study and Delineation, a new system of Drugless Healing of all diseases, not surgical, and a complete system of Personal Culture ac­cording to standards of exact knowledge of character."[1] The college conferred the degrees of Master of Vitosophy (M.V.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) upon students that completed its various programs, with programs taught both in person and via correspondence.

References

  1. Ayer, John Edwin (1906), "The Boston College of Vitosophy", Living by Natural Law: An Outline of a Real Synthetic Philosophy Founded upon the Prime Factors of the Universe and the Seven Sense Organ­isms of the Human Body, Seattle, Wash.: Lowman & Hanford, p. 142, http://www.iapsop.com/ssoc/1906__ayer___living_by_natural_law.pdf