T. E. Jessop
He was born in Hull and educated at the University of Leeds, where he received his BA (1921) and MA (1922). He gained his BLitt from Oriel College, Oxford. From 1925 to 1928 he was an assistant lecturer at the University of Glasgow. Jessop was the first member of Hull University's philosophy department and the first Ferens Professor of Philosophy (1928–1960). In 1946 he was joined at the department by 'ordinary language' philosopher Alan R. White who succeeded Jessop to the Ferens Chair in 1961.
- A Bibliography of George Berkeley (1934; 2nd ed. 1968).
- A Bibliography of David Hume and of Scottish Philosophy from Francis Hutcheson to Lord Balfour (1938; 2nd ed. 1983).
- Law and Love: A Study of the Christian Ethics (1940).
- The Treaty of Versailles: Was it Just? (London: T. Nelson and Sons, 1942).
- The Christian Morality (1960).
- Thomas Hobbes (1960).
- Talia Mae Bettcher, 'Jessop, Thomas Edmund (1896-1980)' in Stuart Brown and Hugh Bredin (eds.), Dictionary of Twentieth-Century British Philosophers (A&C Black, 2005), pp. 474-475.
- Matheson, David J. (2006), "White, Alan Richard", The Continuum Encyclopedia of British Philosophy, Continuum, doi:10.1093/acref/9780199754694.001.0001/acref-9780199754694-e-2245, retrieved 2019-03-03
- Robert Gale Woolbert, 'Review: The Treaty of Versailles: Was It Just? by T. E. Jessop', Foreign Affairs (October 1943).