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George herbert mead (1863–1931), american philosopher and social theorist, is often classed with william james, charles sanders peirce, and john dewey as one of the. George herbert's biography and life storygeorge herbert was a welsh born english poet, orator and anglican priestbeing born into an artistic and wealthy family, he. Learn more about ordained priest and poet george herbert, known for writing the temple: sacred poems and private ejaculations , at biographycom.