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Ms notes from a Logic class given by James Frederick Ferrier at Edinburgh University, 1844-1845, and taken down by a person unknown

Identifier: Coll-1738
Content Description Collection of 'written out notes on Lectures in Logic class session 1844-45', apparently taken during the classes given by J. F. Ferrier during his only year as philosophy lecturer at Edinburgh University. The notebook is divided into 14 lectures on e.g. consciousness, knowledge, and feeling. There are frequent references to the work of Reid and Hamilton, and less common references to Brown, Descartes, Kant, Locke, Plato and Stewart. It is not known who wrote down the notes.8vo, ms on...
Dates: 1844-1845

Notes of lectures by Sir William Hamilton, taken down by D. Maclaren

Identifier: Coll-1897
Scope and Contents Notes of lectures on Logic given by Sir William Hamilton, 1847-1848, taken down by D. Maclaren.
Dates: 1847-1848

Papers of Professor John Bruce

Identifier: Coll-161
Scope and Contents The collection consists of volumes of lectures on moral philosophy, 1770, and a copy ofFirst principles of philosophy, for the use of students, 1781.
Dates: 1770-1781

Student notes on natural philosophy taken by George Dalgliesh

 Collection — Box: CLX-A-1677
Identifier: Coll-2012
Content Description This notebook contains lectures on the works of Aristotle, dictated by Thomas Craufurd, Regent of Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh, and taken down by student George Dalgliesh. The lectures cover the third and fourth years of Dalgliesh’s degree, and, besides logic and metaphysics, deal with scientific subjects such as physics, astronomy, and anatomy. The notes are embellished with humorous doodles.
Dates: 1660-1662