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Essays

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

Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:

Apologetic Homily: The Problem of Immortality, 1909

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Identifier: BAI 1/3/6
Scope and Contents An essay written by John Baillie as a student at New College, Edinburgh, examining various attitudes to the question of immortality and problems associated with it. Annotated as having been marked by Alexander Martin.
Dates: 1909

Comparison between Locke, Mill and James, c1908

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Identifier: BAI 1/3/10
Scope and Contents An essay written by John Baillie as a student at the University of Edinburgh or New College, comparing John Locke's meaning of 'essence', John Stuart Mill's doctrine of 'natural kinds' and William James' views on classification and conception.
Dates: c1908

Early essays, lectures and notes, 1906-1912

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Identifier: BAI 1/3
Scope and Contents The texts to early essays, lectures and various notes
Dates: 1906-1912

Greek Exegesis: The message to Philadelphia, 10 January 1911

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Identifier: BAI 1/3/4
Scope and Contents An essay written by John Baillie as a student at New College, Edinburgh, examining the biblical book of Revelations, Chapter III, verse 7-13, and the ancient city of Philidelphia. Annotated as having been marked by Harry Angus Alexander Kennedy, New College.
Dates: 10 January 1911

Hebrew Exegesis: The Vision of Isaiah, c1910

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Identifier: BAI 1/3/5
Scope and Contents An essay written by John Baillie as a student at New College, Edinburgh, examining the the biblical book of Isaiah, Chapter VI, verse 1-8.
Dates: c1910

The Distinction between Knowledge and Belief historically and critically considered, c1910

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Identifier: BAI 1/3/8
Scope and Contents An essay written by John Baillie as a student at New College, Edinburgh, examining the nature of knowledge and belief, and how these have changed over time.
Dates: c1910

The Figurative Language of Jesus in its significance for the Investigation of Inner Life, by Heinrich Weinel, c1908

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Identifier: BAI 1/3/21
Scope and Contents An essay written by John Baillie as a student at the University of Edinburgh or New College, introducing and there after containing the inaugural address by Heinrich Weinel on being appointed lecturer at the University of Bonn in 1900.
Dates: c1908

The Freedom of the Will, c1908

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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.
Dates: c1908

The General Definition of Religion, c1908

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Identifier: BAI 1/3/16
Scope and Contents An essay written by John Baillie as a student at the University of Edinburgh opr New College, examining what constitutes 'religion', including its relationship to both morality and philosophy.
Dates: c1908

The Hypotheses of Psychophysical Parallelism and its Interpretation, c1908

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Identifier: BAI 1/3/15
Scope and Contents An essay written by John Baillie as a student at the University of Edinburgh or New College, examining psychological approaches to the relationship between mind and body.
Dates: c1908