Stephen Pearl Andrews

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Stephen Pearl Andrews
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Photo portrait, undated

Born 22 March 1812(1812-03-22)
Templeton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts
Died 21 May 1886 (74)
New York City, New York
Alma mater Amherst College
Known for Pantarchy; Universology; Alwato (constructed language)

Stephen Pearl Andrews (March 22, 1812 - May 21, 1886) was an American lawyer, linguist, and political philosopher, founder of Universology and creator of Alwato, an artificial language.

Selected Bibliography

  • Andrews, Stephen Pearl; Boyle, Augustus (1846), The Phonographic Reader: A Complete Course of Inductive Reading Lessons in Phonography, Boston: Phonographic Institution 
  • Andrews, Stephen Pearl (1851), Cost the Limit of Price: A Scientific Measure of Honesty in Trade, As One of the Fundamental Principles in the Solution of the Social Problem, New York: W. J. Baner 
  • Andrews, Stephen Pearl (1851), The Constitution of Government in the Sovereignty of the Individual 
  • Andrews, Stephen Pearl (1851), The Science of Society 
  • Andrews, Stephen Pearl; Greeley, Horace; James, Henry (1853), Love, Marriage, and Divorce, and the Sovereignty of the Individual: A Discussion by Henry James, Horace Greeley, and S. P. Andrews: Including the Final Replies of Mr. Andrews, Rejected by the Tribune. Edited by S. P. Andrews, Stringer & Townsend 
  • Andrews, Stephen Pearl (1854), Discoveries in Chinese or the Symbolism of the Primitive Characters of the Chinese System of Writing: As a Contribution to Philology and Ethnology and a Practical Aid in the Acquisition of the Chinese Language, New York: Published by Charles B. Norton 
  • Andrews, Stephen Pearl (1871), The Primary Synopsis of Universology and Alwato: The New Scientific Universal Language, New York: D. Thomas, 
  • Andrews, Stephen Pearl (1872), The Basic Outline of Universology: An Introduction to the Newly Discovered Science of the Universe, Its Elementary Principles, and the First Stages of Their Development in the Special Science: Together with Preliminary Notices of Alwato (Ahl-Wa-To), the Newly Discovered Scientific Universal Language Resulting from the Principles of Universology, New York: Dion Thomas 
  • Andrews, Stephen Pearl (1877), The Primary Grammar of Alwato, Boston: S. P. Andrews, 
  • Andrews, Stephen Pearl (1881), The Labor Dollar, Boston, Mass.: B. R. Tucker 
  • Andrews, Stephen Pearl; Polhemus, John (1881), Elements of Universology: An Introduction to the Mastery of Philosophy and the Sciences: with Special Reference to the Science of Music, New York: S. P. Lathrop & Co.