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Philosophy

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = NAHSTE

Found in 58 Collections and/or Records:

Catalogue of book[s] now in Holland, May 1693

 Item
Identifier: Coll-33/Quarto A [23]
Scope and Contents List of 17 titles (partial cites only) in Latin and French, in an unnamed repository, concerning history, classical literature, and philosophical commentary, such as the "Dictionaire Critique de M. Bail".

Commonplace Book 1, 1928

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Identifier: BAI 1/1/3
Scope and Contents A comonplace book begun in summer 1928, containing mostly quotations from philosophical and theological works.

Commonplace Book 2, 1934

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Identifier: BAI 1/1/4
Scope and Contents A comonplace book begun in July 1934, after John Baillie's return to Scotland, containing mostly quotations from philosophical and theological works.

Commonplace Book 3, c1958

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Identifier: BAI 1/1/5
Scope and Contents A comonplace book no earlier than 1955, containing mostly quotations from philosophical and theological works.

Commonplace Notes, c1925

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Identifier: BAI 1/1/6
Scope and Contents A set of loose-leaf notes containing mostly quotations from poetry and philosophical and theological works.

Cornicula by Ralph of Longchamp, edited by Master Radulffo, 13th century

 part
Identifier: MS 115/ff. 72r-78v
Contents This section of the manuscript contains the Cornicula by Ralph of Longchamp (Raoul de Longchamp). It was probably originally written at the start of the 13th century, and is a short philosophical treatise. This version seems to have been edited by a Master Radulffo.In this manuscript, it is titled De philosophia and starts on f.72r with the De philosophia igitur tractaturi primo dicamus. It...

Cum in astronomicis..., s.d.

 Item
Identifier: Coll-33/Folio E [013]
Scope and Contents A short musing, in an unfamiliar hand, on the nomenclature of physics, (natural) philosophy, and astronomy.

De natura deorum [incomplete] by Cicero, 12th century

 Part
Identifier: MS 16/ff. 180r-192r
Contents This section of the manuscript contains a version of De Natura Deorum ('On the Nature of the Gods') by Cicero. This text was originally written in 45 BCE and is a philosophical dialogue.
This section starts on f. 180r with the words Nam si singulas disciplinas, and ends on f. 192r with videretur esse propensior. Explicit liber de natura deorum.

Dictates of Andrew Suttie by James Ross

 Fonds — Volume MS.2666, OpenShelf: data_value_missing_a6c7aeb4a5dcd1e328234396a39827bb
Identifier: Coll-1649
Scope and Contents Vellum-covered volume of notes taken by student James Ross of lectures in Philosophy given by Andrew Suttie, Regent.

Dictates of James Pillans by Alexander Wilson

 Fonds — Volume Dc.6.6, OpenShelf: data_value_missing_c90d5d9dc88c227041fe91bcc1e5f797
Identifier: Coll-1751
Scope and Contents Single volume of lecture notes taken down by Alexander Wilson at lectures given by James Pillans.