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

Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

EU Arts: Logic and History of Philosophy, 1905

Identifier: BAI 1/2/3
Scope and Contents 8 booklets of notes taken at 91 lectures in Ancient Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh.
Dates: 1905

First four tracts of Summulae logicales by Peter of Spain, c 1455

Identifier: MS 138/ff. 31r-57r
Contents The first books from Peter of Spain's Summulae Logicales appear on ff.31r-57r of MS 138. The text of Peter's first tract of Latin grammar (de propositionibus) begins on f. 31r with the words Dyaletica est ars artium scientia scientiarum.... Only the first four tracts of Peter's volume appear here, and the text ends on f. 57r with the words eadem quabtate et quantitate....
Dates: c 1455

Lecture notes on Elementary Logic, c1910

Identifier: BAI 1/3/18
Scope and Contents Notes made by John Baillie, most probably for lectures he gave on Logic while studying at New College Edinburgh: containing basic terminology, remarks on student's work, and related material.
Dates: c1910

Logic: preliminary examination, 27 November 1911

Identifier: BAI 1/3/11
Scope and Contents Exam question paper to University of Edinburgh preliminary examination in Logic, with John Baillie's answers.
Dates: 27 November 1911

Logic: preliminary examination, 31 October 1911

Identifier: BAI 1/3/12
Scope and Contents Exam question paper to University of Edinburgh preliminary examination in Logic, with John Baillie's answers.
Dates: 31 October 1911

MS 118: Expositio in Libros Posteriorum Aristotelis by Paul of Venice, 15th century

Identifier: MS 118
Contents This manuscript contains Expositio in Libros Posteriorum Aristotelis by Paul of Venice (1369–1429), a scholastic philosopher, logician, theologian of the Hermits of the Order of Saint Augustine. The Expositio in Libros Posteriorum Aristotelis is a commentary on Aristotle’s Posterior Analytics that deals with the problems of logic and argumentation.Contents...
Dates: 15th century

MS 134: Composite manuscript including two texts, 14th century

Identifier: MS 134
Contents Contains two texts, both in the same hand. The Tractatus de logica by Al-Ghāzāli is found on ff. 1-34. A book by 'Isaac de Diffinitionibus' is included on ff. 34v-36. The texts are described separately, under MS 134/ff. 1-34; and MS 134/ff. 34v-36. Writing Well written, small Italian Gothic hand. Illumination Blue and red filigree initials on burnished gold grounds with some...
Dates: 14th century

MS 135: Composite manuscript including four different texts, 15th century

Identifier: MS 135
Contents Contains four texts, written in at least three different hands. ff. 1r-2v; continued on f. 158v: notes on Logic, author unknown ff. 3r-87v; 89r-98v; 116r-118v: Commentaries on the 'Ars Vetus', by Walter Burley f. 88r: inserted 16th century Italian letter, signed by 'Vester Ludovicus' ff. 99r-109r: Incomplete 'Logica Magna' by Paul of Venice ff....
Dates: 15th century

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