Stewart, Dugald, 1753-1828 (Scottish philosopher and mathematician)
- Existence: 1753-1828
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Seven notebooks containing lecture notes taken down by John Borthwick of Crookston at the University of Edinburgh between 1802 and 1807. Notes on 'Humanity' lectures Notes on lectures of Greek, translation from Fenelon's Télémaque and observations upon the maxims of La Rochefoucauld Notes on lectures on moral philosophy by Dugald Stewart,...
Fonds — Box: Gen.1987-1989
Scope and Contents Letter from Charles McKinnon, Kilmorie, Skye to Joseph Black, dated 3 October 1785. The letter is about his essay on incommensurability, Professor John Robinson, Professor John Playfair, Professor Dugald Stewart, Doctor Blacklock, etc.
Dates: 3 October 1785
Scope and Contents Letter from Charles McKinnon, Kilmorie, Skye to Joseph Black, dated 3 March 1786. The letter is about Professor Dugald Stewart's criticisms of McKinnon's mathematical paper (see Coll-16/IV/23, 25-26).
Dates: 3 March 1786
Sub-Fonds — Box: CLX-A-342
Scope and Contents The papers of Prof. Alexander Christison consist of a folder containing: a history of the progressive errors of physics, Edinburgh, 1793 (manuscript); extracts from Town Council Register relating to the University of Edinburgh, 11 June 1809; notes of entries in the Council Records about the College taken from an index in the Town Council’s office; an act of the Council of the City of Edinburgh in favour of Mr Alexander Christison appointing him one of the masters of the High School of the said...
Dates: 1785-1820; 1979