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Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: BAI 1/2/5
Scope and Contents 6 booklets of notes taken at 44 lectures in Advanced Honours Metaphysics at the University of Edinburgh.
Identifier: BAI 1/2/4
Scope and Contents 4 booklets of notes taken at 25 lectures in Intermediate Honours Metaphysics at the University of Edinburgh.
Notebooks of lectures at the University of Edinburgh, taken down by Robert Low Orr and William J. Orr
Scope and Contents This fonds consists of 20 notebooks containing notes on legal and medical lectures given at the University of Edinburgh, taken down by Robert Low Orr and William J. Orr. Also includes some class cards, exam papers, and ephemera of Robert Low Orr. Robert Low Orr: Lectures on Metaphysics (Fraser) Robert Low Orr: Law lectures (Muirhead, Macpherson) Robert Low Orr: Scots law...
Fonds — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection consists of lecture courses, single lectures and notes (some revised and published later) delivered in the University of Edinburgh, or in its name elsewhere, by Professor Peter Jones FRSE, as Lecturer, Reader and Professor of Philosophy between 1964 and 1998, and as Emeritus Professor from 1998 onwards - including his unpublished Inaugural Lecture (1986) and Gifford Lectures (1995).Subjects of the lectures include, but are not limited to: Philosophy and Literature, Moral...
Dates: 1964-1999; 2015
Identifier: MS 124/ff. 57r-190r
Contents This section contains Quaestiones Metaphysicae by Antonius Andreas, or Antonio Andrés. This text consists of excerpts from Questionibus super Metaphysica by Duns Scotus, an important philosopher-theologian. Antonius Andreas was a Spanish Franciscan theologian and pupil of Duns Scotus. This is a philosophical text about metaphysics.The Text starts on f. 57r with the words Girum...
Collection — Box CLX-A-1677
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.
Identifier: BAI 1/3/23
Scope and Contents An essay written by John Baillie as a student at the University of Edinburgh or New College, examining the metaphysical problem of whether will is free.