Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
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Fonds — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Labelled 'II' and 'III', the location of any other volumes from this series is unknown. Each volume bears a number of illuatrations, largely, though not exclusively, around a theme of motion/impact, which may reflect the nature of the subject of the notes themselves. Flint uses these to decorate title pages and introductory sections, some mimicking as decorated initials within illuminated manuscripts.'Philosophia Peripatetica' is also known as Aristotlean philosophy, referring to a mode...
Identifier: BAI 1/2/2
Scope and Contents A booklets of notes taken at 12 lectures in Ancient Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh.
Identifier: BAI 1/2/7
Scope and Contents 5 booklets of notes and exercises in Honours Moral Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh.
Identifier: BAI 1/2/3
Scope and Contents 8 booklets of notes taken at 91 lectures in Ancient Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh.
Identifier: BAI 1/2/6
Scope and Contents 3 booklets of notes taken at 47 lectures in Moral Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh, with one booklet of excercises.
Identifier: MS 80/ff. 1r-6r
Identifier: MS 80/ff. 6r-9v
Identifier: BAI 7/2
Scope and Contents Certificate awarding Donald Macpherson Baillie an Honourable Mention, following an examination in Mental Philosophy.
Identifier: MS 119/ff. 1r-15r
Contents This section contains a translation of Xenophon’s Hiero. Xenophon was an ancient Greek philosopher. This text is a Dialogue about happiness between Hiero, the tyrant of Syracuse, and the lyric poet Simonides of Ceos. This version is by Italian humanist and historian Leonardo Aretino (commonly known as Leonardo Bruni).In this manuscript, the Prologue starts on f. 1r with the words Zenofontis tibi philosophi...
Dates: 15th century