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Finding Aid for the Ferdinand Canning Scott Schiller Papers, ca. 1870-1940
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[Correspondence]

Box 1

Alexander, Samuel, 1859-1938.

Physical Description: 5 letters to FCS Schiller, 2 letters from FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Aliotto, Antonio, 1881- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Allen, Percy Stafford, 1869-1933

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Bailey, D. Algar.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Balmforth, Henry, 1890- .

Physical Description: 3 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Banden, Thomas.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Benecke, Paul V.M., 1868-1944.

Physical Description: 1 letter from FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Benn, Alfred William, 1843-1915.

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller. 1 letter from FCS Schiller (incomplete).
Box 1

Bergson, Henri Louis, 1859-1941.

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Berkeley, Hastings.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Bréhier, Emile, 1876-1952.

Physical Description: 1 letter from FCS Schiller (draft).
Box 1

Briggs, George A.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Brigstocke, W. Osborne.

Physical Description: 5 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Brodney, Spencer.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Brown, William, 1881- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Campbell, Clarence Gordon, 1868- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Carr, Herbert Wildon, 1857-1931.

Physical Description: 9 letters to FCS Schiller, 1 letter from FCS Schiller (draft), 1 letter from FCS Schiller (draft), 1 letter to FCS Schiller (typescript copy), and 7 letters from FCS Schiller (typescript copy).
Box 1

Carter, E. Bandford.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Cellérier, Lucien.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Chambers, Georgina Maria (Sandeman).

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Christie, Robert.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Claparède, Edouard, 1873-1940.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Collingwood, Robin George, 1889-1943.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller 1 letter from FCS Schiller, (incomplete).
Box 1

Cooke, Harold Percy, 1882- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Conybeare, Frederick Cornwallis, 1856-1924.

Physical Description: 7 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Conybeare, Jane (MacDowell).

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Darwin, Leonard, 1850-1943.

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Dessoir, Max, 1867-1947.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Dewey, John, 1859-1952.

Physical Description: 3 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Dickinson, Goldsworthy Lowes, 1862-1932.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Dixon, Edward T.

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Drew, Eric.

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Durrant's Press Cuttings.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Eugenics Society, London.

Note

See Grant-Duff, Hon. Ursula (Lubbeck).
Box 1

Fawcett, Edward Douglas.

Physical Description: 53 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Field, Guy Cromwell, 1887- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Fischer, J.L.

Physical Description: 3 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Flewelling, Ralph Tyler, 1871-1960.

Physical Description: 12 letters to FCS Schiller (typescript copies), 31 letters from FCS Schiller (typescript copies).
Box 1

Freeman, Katherine.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller, 1 letter from FCS Schiller (typescript copy).
Box 1

Fullerton, George Stuart, 1859-1925.

Physical Description: 1 letter from FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Galloway, George.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Gibson, William Ralph Boyce, 1869- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Gillespie, Charles Melville, 1866- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller, 1 letter from FCS Schiller (incomplete).
Box 1

Goddard, E.H.

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Godley, Alfred Denis, 1856- .

Physical Description: 3 letters to FCS Schiller, 2 letters from FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Goldstein, Julius, 1873-1929.

Physical Description: 3 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Gotto, Sybil (Bartlett).

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Granger, Frank Stephen, 1864-1936.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Grant-Duff, Hon. Ursula (Lubbeck).

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Grelling, Kurt.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Hamilton, Lara Power.

Physical Description: 1 letter to Janie.
Box 1

Hardie, William Francis Ross, 1902- .

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Harris, Sir Charles, 1864-1943.

Physical Description: 12 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Hay, Matthew, 1855-1932.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Hobhouse, Leonard Trelawney, 1864-1929.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Hodgson, Richard.

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Hoernlé, Reinhold Friedrich Alfred, 1880-1943.

Physical Description: 3 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Hogan, Charles A.

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Holman, J.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Holmes, Samuel Jackson, 1868- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Hopkins, Louis J.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller, 21 letters from FCS Schiller (typescript copies).
Box 1

Howison, George Holmes, 1834-1917.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Jacks, Lawrence Pearsall, 1860-1955.

Physical Description: 6 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

James, William, 1842-1910.

Physical Description: 1 letter from FCS Schiller (draft).
Box 1

Jerusalem, Wilhelm, 1854-1923.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Joad, Cyril Edwin Mitchinson, 1891- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Johnson, Roger Bruce Cash, 1867- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Joseph, Horace William Brindley, 1867-1944.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Kallen, Horace Meyer, 1882- .

Physical Description: 10 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Kirkby, P.J.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Knox, Howard Vicenté.

Physical Description: 104 letters to FCS Schiller and 9 letters from FCS Schiller (typescript copies).
Box 1

Kol, A.H.

Physical Description: 4 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Kol, E.H.

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Laguna, Theodore de Leo de, 1876- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Lambert, Helen Churchill (Smith).

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Lamprecht, Sterling Power, 1890- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Latta, Robert, 1865- .

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller and 2 letters from FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Leroux, Emmanuel, 1883-1942.

Physical Description: 9 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Livingstone, Sir Richard Winn, 1880- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Lodge, Sir Oliver Joseph, 1851-1940.

Physical Description: 3 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 1

Long, Wilbur Harry.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

McDougall, William, 1871-1938.

Physical Description: 4 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Macintosh, Douglas Clyde, 1877- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Mallet, Sir Bernard, 1859-1932.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Marett, Robert Ranulph, 1866-1943.

Physical Description: 6 letters to FCS Schiller, 1 letter from FCS Schiller (incomplete), and 4 letters from FCS Schiller (typescript copies).
Box 2

Marin, C. Henri.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Marshall, Henry Rutgers, 1852- .

Physical Description: 4 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Mason, Joseph Warren Teets, 1879- .

Physical Description: 3 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Metz, Rudolf, 1891- .

Physical Description: 3 letters to FCS Schiller, and 20 letters from FCS Schiller (manuscript copies).
Box 2

Montague, William Pepperell, 1873- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Moore, Addison Webster, 1866- .

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Moore, Ernest Carroll, 1871-1955.

Physical Description: 3 letters to FCS Schiller, and 1 letter from FCS Schiller (draft).
Box 2

Moore, George Edward, 1873- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

More, Paul Elmer, 1864-1937.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Moschetti, Luigi.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Müller-Freienfels, Richard, 1882- .

Physical Description: 3 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Mugridge, Donald Henry.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Muller, Tobias Ballot, 1884- .

Physical Description: 3 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Murray, David Leslie, 1888- .

Physical Description: 6 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Myers, Frederic William Henry, 1843-1901.

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Nelson, Leonard, 1882-1927.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller, and 3 letters from FCS Schiller (drafts).
Box 2

Osgood, Margaret Cushing.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Overstreet, Harry Allen, 1875- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Patrick, Sir Paul Joseph, 1888- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Patten, Simon Nelson, 1852-1922.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Phythian-Adams, William John Telia, 1888- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Pitt-Rivers, George Henry Lane Fox, 1890- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Placci, Carlo.

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Porter, Alan, 1884- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Post Office, General.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Pratt, James Bissett, 1875-1944.

Physical Description: 3 letters from FCS Schiller (typescript copies).
Box 2

Quin, Malcolm, 1854- .

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Rawlinson, Alfred Edward John, 1884- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Read, Carveth, 1848- .

Physical Description: 18 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Reus, G.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Rhys, T. Tudor.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Richards, Philip S.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Richatz, ----.

Physical Description: 1 letter from FCS Schiller (draft).
Box 2

Riley, Isaac Woodbridge, 1869-1933.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Ritchie, David George, 1853-1903.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller, and 1 letter from FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Rowlands, W.S., d. 1939.

Physical Description: 13 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Russell, Bertrand Russell, 3rd earl, 1872- .

Physical Description: 4 letters to FCS Schiller, 1 letter to FCS Schiller (incomplete), and 1 letter from FCS Schiller (incomplete).
Box 2

Ryle, Gilbert, 1900- .

Physical Description: 13 letters to FCS Schiller, and 3 letters from FCS Schiller (drafts).
Box 2

Salter, William Mackintire, 1853-1931.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Schiller, Ferdinand Nassau, 1866-1938.

Physical Description: 1 letter to Mrs. A.B. Thaw.
Box 2

Schiller, Ferdinand Philip Maximilian, 1868-1946.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Scholz, Heinrich, 1884- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Schultz, Julius August Heinrich, 1862- .

Physical Description: 6 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Scott, Charles Prestwich, 1846-1932.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Scott, Temple, 1864-1939.

Physical Description: 1 letter to Mrs. A.B. Thaw.
Box 2

Shackleford, Thomas Mitchell, 1859-1927.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Shand, Alexander Faulkner Shand.

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Sharp, Colin H.C.

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Shastri, Prabhu Dutt, 1885- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Shirley, Ralph, 1865- .

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Sidgwick, Alfred, 1850- .

Physical Description: 35 letters to FCS Schiller, and 22 letters from FCS Schiller (typescript copies).
Box 2

Sinclair, Upton Beall, 1878- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Slosson, Edwin Emery, 1865-1929.

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Smith, John Alexander, 1864-1939.

Physical Description: 4 letters to FCS Schiller, 4 letters to FCS Schiller, and 1 letter from FCS Schiller (draft).
Box 2

Smith, Jeffery.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Snape, H.C.

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Snellman, J.W.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Starbuck, Edwin Diller, 1866-1947.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Stawell, Florence Melian.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Stewart, John Alexander, 1846-1933.

Physical Description: 3 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Stocks, John Leofric, 1882-1937.

Physical Description: 3 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Stout, George Frederick, 1860-1944.

Physical Description: 3 letters to FCS Schiller, 2 letters from FCS Schiller (drafts), and 6 letters from FCS Schiller (typescript copies).
Box 2

Strong, Charles Augustus, 1862- .

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller, and 35 letters from FCS Schiller (typescript copies).
Box 2

Study, Eduard, 1862-1930.

Physical Description: 4 letters to FCS Schiller, and 1 letter from FCS Schiller (draft).
Box 2

Stumpf, Karl, 1848-1936.

Physical Description: 2 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Taylor, Alfred Edward, 1864-1945.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Thaw, Alexander Blair, and Mrs. Florence Thaw.

Physical Description: 6 letters to FCS Schiller, and 82 letters from FCS Schiller.
Box 2

Thompson, Maurice Scott.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 2

University of Southern California, Los Angeles.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 3

Walker, Dawson.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 3

Walker, Leslie Joseph, 1877- .

Physical Description: 3 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 3

Walsh, Correa Moylan, 1862- .

Physical Description: 19 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 3

Ward, James, 1843-1925.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller, and 1 letter from FCS Schiller (incomplete).
Box 3

Ward, Stephen.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 3

Warren, Gretchen (Osgood), Mrs. Fiske Warren.

Physical Description: 10 letters to FCS Schiller, and 10 letters from FCS Schiller (typescript copies).
Box 3

Waterhouse, Eric Strickland, 1879- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 3

Waterlow, Sir Sydney Philip Perigal, 1878-1944.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller, and 1 letter from FCS Schiller (draft).
Box 3

Weinhandl, Ferdinand, 1896- .

Physical Description: 5 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 3

Welby-Gregory, Hon. Victoria Alexandrina Maria Louisa (Stuart-Wortley) lady, 1837-1912.

Physical Description: 34 letters to FCS Schiller.
Box 3

Wells, Herbert George, 1866-1946.

Physical Description: 7 letters from FCS Schiller (typescript copies).
Box 3

Wilson, James Maurice, 1836-1931.

Physical Description: 1 letter to FCS Schiller.
Box 3

Unidentified Persons.

Physical Description: 27 letters to FCS Schiller, and 3 letters from FCS Schiller.
Box 3

Schiller's drafts for letters to various persons.

Physical Description: 29 leaves.
Box 3

Miscellaneous envelopes addressed to FCS Schiller.

Physical Description: 29 items.
 

Recommendations and Testimonials

 

Recommendations:

Box 3

Jex-Blake, Thomas William, 1832-1915. (manuscript copy).

Box 3

Jowett, Benjamin, 1817-1893. (manuscript copy).

Box 3

Ploetz, R.A.

 

Recommendations for the Waynflete Professorship of Moral and Metaphysical Philosophy

Note

(All include notes by FCS Schiller)
Box 3

Armstrong, Andrew Campbell, 1860-1935.

Box 3

Bergson, Henri Louis, 1859-1941.

Box 3

Brown, William Adams, 1865-1943.

Box 3

Bussell, Frederick William, 1862-1944.

Box 3

Caldecott, Alfred, 1850- .

Box 3

Cary, Max, 1881- .

Box 3

Case, Thomas, 1844-1925.

Box 3

Caspari, Max Otto Bismarck.

Note

See Cary, Max, 1881- .
Box 3

Cooke, Harold Percy, 1882- .

Box 3

Dewey, John, 1859-1952.

Box 3

Dickinson, Goldsworthy Lowes, 1862-1932.

Box 3

Flournoy, Théodore, 1854-1920.

Box 3

Fullerton, George Stuart, 1859-1925.

Box 3

Galloway, George.

Box 3

Gibson, William Ralph Boyce, 1869- .

Box 3

Goldstein, Julius, 1873-1929.

Box 3

Hobhouse, Leonard Trelawney, 1864-1929.

Box 3

Hodgson, Shadworth Hollway, 1832-1912.

Box 3

Hoernlé, Reinhold Friedrich Alfred, 1880-1943.

Box 3

Howison, George Holmes, 1834-1917.

Box 3

Jacks, Lawrence Pearsall, 1860-1955.

Box 3

Jerusalem, Wilhelm, 1854-1923.

Box 3

Jones, Emily Elizabeth Constance, 1848-1922.

Box 3

Kallen, Horace Meyer, 1882- .

Box 3

Keatinge, Maurice Walter, 1868- .

Box 3

Knox, Howard Vicenté.

Box 3

McDougall, William, 1871-1938.

Box 3

Maier, Heinrich, 1867- .

Box 3

Marett, Robert Ranulph, 1866-1943.

Box 3

Marshall, Henri Rutgers, 1852- .

Box 3

Moore, Addison Webster, 1866- .

Box 3

Pikler, Julius, 1864- .

Box 3

Pollock, Sir Frederick, bart., 1845-1937.

Box 3

Rawlinson, Alfred Edward John, 1884- .

Box 3

Read, Carveth, 1848- .

Box 3

Russell, Bertrand Russell, 3rd. earl, 1872- .

Box 3

Russell, John Edward, 1848-1917.

Box 3

Sidgwick, Alfred, 1850- .

Box 3

Stein, Ludwig, 1859-1930.

Box 3

Stewart, John Alexander, 1846-1933.

Box 3

Stocks, John Leofric, 1882-1937.

Box 3

Stout, George Frederick, 1860-1944.

Box 3

Strong, Charles Augustus, 1862- .

Box 3

Tyler, Charles Mellen, 1832-1918.

Box 3

Walker, Leslie Joseph, 1877- .

Box 3

Way, G.L. Albert.

 

Recommendations for the Wykeham Chair of Logic

Note

(Includes FCS Schiller' letter to the Electors)
Box 3

Case, Thomas, 1844-1925.

Box 3

Dewey, John, 1859-1952.

Box 3

Hoernlé, Reinhold Friedrich Alfred, 1880-1943.

Box 3

Jacks, Lawrence Pearsall, 1860-1955.

Box 3

Keatinge, Maurice Walter, 1868- .

Box 3

Mc Dougall, William, 1871-1938.

Box 3

Marett, Robert Ranulph, 1866-1943.

Box 3

Moore, Addison Webster, 1866- .

Box 3

Sidgwick, Alfred, 1850- .

 

Testimonials for the Deputy Professorship of Moral Philosophy

Note

(All items are printed)
Box 3

Alexander, Samuel, 1859-1938.

Box 3

Bergson, Henri Louis, 1859-1941.

Box 3

Carr, Herbert Wildon, 1857-1931.

Box 3

Dewey, John, 1859-1952.

Box 3

Galloway, George.

Box 3

Hoernlé, Reinhold Friedrich Alfred, 1880-1943.

Box 3

Jacks, Lawrence Pearsall, 1860-1955.

Box 3

Keatinge, Maurice Walter, 1868- .

Box 3

Mc Dougall, William, 1871-1938.

Box 3

Marett, Robert Ranulph, 1866-1943.

Box 3

Moore, Addison Webster, 1866- .

Box 3

Read, Carveth, 1848- .

Box 3

Russell, Bertrand Russell, 3rd earl, 1872- .

Box 3

Stocks, John Leofric, 1882-1937.

Box 3

Stout, George Frederick, 1860-1944.

 

Manuscripts and Galleys of Articles, Speeches, and Symposia

Box 4

Ad Ryle. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 7 leaves. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 4

Are all men mortal? Los Angeles. n.d.

Physical Description: 9 leaves. Typescript with holograph notes.

Scope and Content Note

Also: offprint from Mind, vol.44, N.S., no.174.
Box 4

Are history and science different kinds of knowledge? A symposium by R.G. Collingwood, A.E. Taylor, and FCS Schiller. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 12 leaves. Schiller's holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 2 leaves of galleys with Schiller's corrections; and 3 copies of the offprint from Mind, vol.31 no.124.
Box 4

The argument a fortiori. Oxford. n.d., Mind, vol.25, N.S., no.100.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Galleys with holograph corrections.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 2 copies of the offprint.
Box 4

Atalanta [a series of Socratic dialogues]. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 65 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 2 copies of the offprint of the dialogue Congratulations from the Pelican Record, March 1901.
Box 4

British exponents of pragmatism. Oxford. 1908.

Physical Description: 4 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: another copy, 4 leaves, holograph.

Note

See also A comic history of pragmatism.
Box 4

Can logic abstract from the psychological conditions of thinking? A symposium by FCS Schiller, Bernard Bosanquet, and Hastings Rashdall. n.p. ca. 1906.

Physical Description: 7 leaves. Schiller's holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Subtitled Comments on Dr. Rashdall's paper, incomplete.
Also: 8 leaves, Schiller's holograph, concerning Professor Bosanquet's paper, incomplete.
Also: 33 leaves, galleys, with Schiller's corrections; 7 leaves, proofs, with Schiller's notes; and two copies of the offprint.
Box 4

Can the divine mind be regarded as including other minds? Symposium by Hastings Rashdall, J.H. Muirhead, FCS Schiller, and the Bishop of Down. n.p. 1919. Aristotelian Society, Problems of Science and Philosophy.

Physical Description: 11 leaves. Galleys with corrections and notes by Schiller.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 2 copies of the offprint of Schiller's paper under the title Can individual minds be included in the mind of God?
Box 4

Can individual minds be included in the mind of God?

Note

See Can the divine mind be regarded as including other minds?
Box 4

A comic history of pragmatism. Oxford. 1908.

Physical Description: 4 leaves. Holograph.

Note

See also British exponents of pragmatism.
Box 4

Comments by FCS Schiller. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 11 leaves. Typescript with holograph corrections.

Scope and Content Note

Comments on Professor Morris.
Box 4

A commercial view of the occult. n.p. n.d., Occult.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Galleys.
Box 4

Creation, emergence, novelty. n.p. 1930, Aristotelian Society.

Physical Description: 5 leaves. Galleys with holograph corrections.
Box 4

The crumbling British empire. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 20 leaves. Holograph.
Box 4

Darwinism and design. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 4 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Addition to article of the same name printed in Contemporary Review, June 1897.
Box 4

Data, datives, and ablatives. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 12 leaves. Holograph.
Box 4

The dismissal of American professors. n.p. n.d., Economic Review.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Galley with holograph corrections.
Box 4

A drawing room talk on pragmatism and humanism. Rome. 1908.

Physical Description: 6 leaves. Holograph.
Box 4

Dreams and idealism. Oxford. 1904.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: clipping from the Hibbert Journal, with holograph corrections.
Box 4

Einstein, positivism, pragmatism. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 4 leaves. Holograph.
Box 4

An Eirenicon. Oxford. n.d.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. Holograph.
Box 4

Eugenical reform--the democracy. n.p. ca. 1930.

Physical Description: 11 leaves. Proof with holograph corrections.

Scope and Content Note

For insertion in Eugenics and Politics.
Box 4

Eugenical reform--the intelligentsia. n.p. ca. 1930.

Physical Description: 10 leaves. Proof with holograph corrections.

Scope and Content Note

For insertion in Eugenics and Politics. Incomplete.
Box 4

Eugenical reform--the plutocracy. n.p. ca. 1930.

Physical Description: 11 leaves. Proof with holograph corrections.

Scope and Content Note

For insertion in Eugenics and Politics. Incomplete.
Box 4

Eugenics and politics. Oxford. 1913, Hibbert Journal.

Physical Description: 5 leaves. Proof with holograph corrections.
Box 4

Examination versus research. n.p. 1908, Nature.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Galley.

Scope and Content Note

Also: another copy.
Box 4

Fascisms and dictatorships. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 10 leaves. Holograph.
Box 4

Formal logic and scientific method. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 12 leaves. Holograph.
Box 4

Formalism in logic. Oxford. n.d., Mind, vol.22, N.S., no.86.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Galleys with holograph notes.

Scope and Content Note

Also: two copies of the offprint.
Box 4

Gesta deorum, I, II, & III.

Box 4

I. A story of the creation. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 10 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: another draft, 12 leaves, holograph.
Also: clipping [in Italian] from Leonardo, November 1904.
Box 4

II. The making of hell. n.p. February 1905, Leonardo. Clipping.

Box 4

III. The slaying of Baldur. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 9 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: clipping from Leonardo, June-August 1905.
Box 4

Goethe and the Faustian way of salvation. n.p. January 17, 1935.

Physical Description: 21 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 11 leaves, holograph, manuscript of radio talk; and 6 leaves, typescript, script for radio talk.
Box 5

Has philosophy any message for the world? Oxford. n.d.

Physical Description: 4 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 15 leaves, typescript, with holograph corrections.
Box 5

How far does science need determinism? n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 12 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: offprint from the Travaux du IXe Congrès International de Philosophie, Aout, 1937.
Box 5

How is 'exactness' possible? Oxford. n.d.

Physical Description: 11 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 9 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections; and 3 leaves, galleys.
Box 5

The humanistic view of life. n.p. May 13, 1935.

Physical Description: 19 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Library lecture.
Box 5

The import of propositions. A symposium by E.E. Constance Jones, Bernard Bosanquet, and FCS Schiller. n.p. 1915, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society.

Physical Description: 16 leaves. Proof, with Schiller's notes.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 3 copies of the offprint, one of which has corrections in Schiller's Holograph.
Box 5

Infallibility and toleration. Oxford. 1908, Hibbert Journal.

Physical Description: 4 leaves. Proof with holograph notes.

Scope and Content Note

Also: clipping from the Hibbert Journal.
Box 5

Is absolute idealism solipsistic? Oxford. 1905.

Physical Description: 6 leaves. Holograph, incomplete.

Scope and Content Note

Also: clipping from The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, February 15, 1906.
Box 5

Is idealism incurably ambiguous? Los Angeles. n.d., Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Galleys with holograph corrections.
Box 5

Is the distinction between moral rightness and wrongness ultimate? Oxford. 1930.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. Holograph, incomplete.

Scope and Content Note

Also: reprint, with holograph notes.
Box 5

Kant's Critique of pure reason. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 17 leaves. Holograph.
Box 5

The ladies' Aristotle. n.p. n.d., Pelican Record.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Galleys with holograph corrections.
Box 5

Latta answer. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 7 leaves. Holograph.
Box 5

The little seed (another version). n.p. November 14, 1903.

Physical Description: 6 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 4 leaves, typescript, with holograph notes. [cf. letters from Victoria Welby in 1903].
Box 5

Logic for use. n.p. February 22, 1930.

Physical Description: 4 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Speech made before the Saturday Lunch Club.
Box 5

The logic of miracle. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. Holograph.
Box 5

The logic of science. Oxford. 1913, Science Progress.

Physical Description: 4 leaves. Galleys with holograph corrections.

Scope and Content Note

Also: clipping.
Box 5

The madness of the absolute. Oxford. 1907.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Galleys with holograph corrections.

Scope and Content Note

Also: clipping from the Journal of Philosophy, Psycholgy, and Scientific Methods, January 3, 1907.
Box 5

Man's limitations or God's? n.p. August 7, 1931.

Physical Description: 22 leaves. Holograph.
Box 5

Maya the queen. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. Holograph.
Box 5

The meaning of 'meaning'.

Scope and Content Note

[Includes 3 articles of the same title]
Box 5

Article #1: n.p. 1919.

Physical Description: 12 leaves. Holograph. Incomplete.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 2 offprints and one clipping from Mind, vol.29, N.S., no.116.
Box 5

Article #2: Oxford. 1920.

Physical Description: 11 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: offprint from Mind, vol.30, N.S., no.118.
Box 5

Article #3: Oxford. n.d.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. Holograph. Incomplete.

Scope and Content Note

Also: offprint from Mind, vol.30, N.S., no.120.
Box 5

The meaning of 'self'. Oxford. n.d.

Physical Description: 6 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 5 copies of the offprint from Mind, vol.31, N.S., no.122.
Box 5

Metaphysical implications of evolution. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 6 leaves. Holograph.
Box 5

Methodological teleology. Oxford. n.d., Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. Galleys with holograph corrections.
Box 5

Multi-valued logics--and others. n.p. 1934.

Physical Description: 28 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 23 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections.
Also: offprint from Mind, vol.44, N.S., no.176.
Box 5

Must empiricism be limited? n.p. 1936.

Physical Description: 22 leaves. Holograph.
Box 5

Must philosophers disagree? Symposium. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Holograph. Incomplete.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 16 leaves, typescript, with holograph corrections; and 16 leaves, carbon of typescript; and 5 leaves, galleys with holograph notes, incomplete, from the Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society in 1933.
Box 5

Must philosophy be dull? n.p. 1936.

Physical Description: 14 leaves. Holograph.
Box 5

Must pragmatists disagree? n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 7 leaves. Holograph.
Box 5

Mysticism versus intellectualism. n.p. 1913, Mind.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Galley with holograph notes.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 1 clipping and 2 copies of the offprint from Mind, vol.22, N.S., no.85.
Box 5

Name or shame? A denominational treatise by a nominalist philosopher. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Holograph.
Box 5

The nature and validity of formal logic. A symposium by A.C. Ewing, FCS Schiller, C.S. Mace, and Rex Knight. n.p. 1931, Aristotelian Society.

Physical Description: 21 leaves. Galleys with holograph notes by Schiller.
Box 5

New realism (old idealism). n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 8 leaves. Holograph.
Box 5

On a transatlantic view of British pragmatism.

Note

See British exponents of pragmatism.
Box 5

Oxford and the working man. n.p. 1913, Fortnightly Review.

Physical Description: 13 leaves. Proof with holograph corrections.

Scope and Content Note

Also: another copy and 1 clipping.
Box 6

Philosophic fables. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 9 leaves. Holograph.
Box 6

The place of metaphysics. Oxford. ca. 1920, Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. Galley with holograph corrections.

Scope and Content Note

Also: clipping from August 12, 1960.
Box 6

Plato's Phaedo and the ancient hope of immortality. [2 versions.] n.p. November 11, 1934.

Physical Description: 22 leaves. Holograph. 4 leaves, typescript.
Box 6

Pluralism and the ideal of unity. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Holograph. Incomplete.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 11 leaves, typescript with holograph notes.
Box 6

The possibility of a metaphysical system. A symposium. n.p. October 8, 1899.

Physical Description: 10 leaves. Holograph.
Box 6

The possibility of a United States of Europe. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 10 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Radio talk.
Box 6

Practicable eugenics in education. Oxford. May 24, 1912.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Holograph. Incomplete.

Scope and Content Note

Also: galley (summary?) and pamphlet.
Box 6

A pragmatic babe in the wood. Oxford. 1907, Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods.

Physical Description: 4 leaves. Galley.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 1 clipping from the issue of January 17, 1907.
Box 6

The pragmatic value of a liberal education. n.p. ca. 1927.

Physical Description: 4 leaves. Galley with holograph corrections.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 1 copy of the pamphlet, with holograph corrections. A lecture delivered in the library of the Department of Education at the University of Liverpool, 20 May, 1927.
Box 6

Pragmatismo e Umanismo [in Italian]. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 17 leaves. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 6

Pragmatism, humanism, and religion. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 14 leaves, carbon of typescript with holograph corrections, dated 1929; and 3 copies of the reprint, subtitled Lecture delivered at Scripps College on Tuesday, May 19, 1929, from Scripps College Papers, no.1, Lectures in Philosophy.
Box 6

The principles of symbolic logic. Los Angeles. n.d.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 1 leaf, galley with holograph corrections, from the Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods.
Box 6

The problem of formal logic. Oxford. n.d.

Physical Description: 8 leaves. Holograph.
Box 6

The problem of meaning. Symposium by FCS Schiller, W.F.R. Hardie, and A.C. Ewing. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 11 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 11 leaves, typescript, dated 1927; and 10 leaves, holograph, unfinished, rejoinder by FCS Schiller; and For symposium on meaning, 6 leaves, Holograph.
Box 6

Professor Perry's realism. Oxford. n.d.

Physical Description: 22 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: clipping, incomplete, and 1 copy of the offprint from Mind, vol.23, N.S., no.91.
Box 6

Professor Schiller's reply. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Typescript.
Box 6

The progress of psychical research. n.p. January 1905, Fortnightly Review.

Physical Description: 14 leaves. Proof.
Box 6

The proof of idealism.

Scope and Content Note

See Dreams and idealism.
Box 6

Prophecy and destiny. n.p. November 22, 1936.

Physical Description: 16 leaves. Holograph.
Box 6

Pseudo-problems. n.p. January 19, 1933.

Physical Description: 17 leaves. Holograph.
Box 6

Psychology and psychical research. Oxford. n.d.

Physical Description: 14 leaves. Typescript with holograph corrections.

Scope and Content Note

Also Psychology and psychical research, a reply to Professor Münsterberg, 1 clipping and 2 copies of the offprint from the Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, July 1899.
Box 6

The psychology of exams. Oxford. 1927.

Physical Description: 25 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: preface, 1 leaf, holograph, added 1930, Los Angeles.
Box 6

The psychology of 'ghosts'. n.p. July 29, 1928.

Physical Description: 25 leaves. Holograph.
Box 6

Der rationalistische Wahrheitsbegriff. Oxford. n.d.

Physical Description: 7 leaves. Galley with holograph corrections.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 3 copies of the offprint from the Verhandlung des III Internationalen Kongresses für Philosophie, Heidelberg, 1908.
Box 6

Reality, fact, and value. n.p. ca. 1921.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Proof with holograph corrections.
Box 6

Russell's theory of truth. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Holograph.
Box 6

The soul spectroscope. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 4 leaves. Holograph.
Box 6

Theory and practice. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 27 leaves. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 6

This world--and others? n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 13 leaves. Holograph.
Box 6

Truthseekers and soothsayers. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 15 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 10 leaves, typescript.
Box 6

The ultra-gothic Kant.

Note

See Kant's Critique of pure reason.
Box 6

The unity of the universe. Oxford. n.d.

Physical Description: 6 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 3 copies of the offprint from Mind, vol.42, N.S., no.168.
Box 6

'Useless' knowledge. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. Holograph. Incomplete.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 1 copy of the offprint from Mind, vol.11, N.S., no.42.
Box 6

War prophecies. n.p. n.d., Journal of the Society for Psychical Research.

Physical Description: 5 leaves. Galley with holograph corrections, incomplete.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 1 clipping.
Box 6

What is philosophy? n.p. ca. 1932, the Aristotelian Society.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. Galley with holograph corrections.
Box 6

What is truth? n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 11 leaves. Holograph.
Box 6

William James and the will to believe. Oxford. n.d.

Physical Description: 5 leaves. Holograph.
Box 6

William James, the maker of pragmatism. n.d., n.p.

Physical Description: 24 leaves. Holograph.
Box 6

The 'working' of 'truths'. Mind, vol.21, N.S., no.84.

Physical Description: 1 clipping and 2 copies of the offprint.

Scope and Content Note

Also: The 'working' of truths and their 'criterion'. 1 leaf, typescript, incomplete; and one copy of the offprint from Mind, vol.22, N.S., no.88.
 

Manuscripts and Proofs of Books and Articles Contributed to Books by FCS Schiller

Box 7

Axioms as postulates. Published in Personal idealism; Philosphical essays..., edited by Henry Cecil Sturt, London. 1902, Macmillan.

Physical Description: pp.49-144. Incomplete.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy with copious holograph additions.
Box 7

Axioms as postulates [German translation]. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 5 leaves. Holograph. Incomplete.
Box 7

Humanism; philosophical essays. London, Macmillan. 1903. xxvii, 289.

Physical Description: [11]pp. Proof copy with copious notes and corrections by Schiller.

Scope and Content Note

Also: additional leaves.
Box 7

Hypothesis. Published in Studies in the history and methods of science, vol.2, edited by Charles Joseph Singer. Oxford: the Clarendon Press, 1921.

Physical Description: pp.414-446. Proof.

Scope and Content Note

With corrections by Schiller.
Also: another copy and additional leaves.
Box 7

Introduction. Published in Civilisation or Civilisations, by E.H. Goddard and P.A. Gibbons. New York: Boni and Liveright. 1926.

Physical Description: 10 leaves (pp.v-iv). Proof with corrections by Schiller.
Box 7

Introduction. Published in The survival of western culture, by Ralph Tyler Flewelling. New York: Harper & Brothers. 1943.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. Holograph.
Box 7

Riddles of the sphinx.

Physical Description: pp.i-xii.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy with holograph corrections for the second edition.
Box 7

Scientific discovery and logical proof. Published in Studies in the history and methods of science, vol.1. Edited by Charles Joseph Singer. Oxford: the Clarendon Press. 1917.

Physical Description: Proof copy with holograph corrections. pp.235-289.

Scope and Content Note

Also: another copy.
Box 7

Studies in humanism. London, Macmillan. 1907. xvii.

Physical Description: 492pp.

Scope and Content Note

Proof copy with notes and corrections by Schiller. First Proof.
Box 7

Untitled manuscript. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 35 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Chapter 1: Introductory. Chapter 2: The nature of action.
 

Manuscripts and Proofs of Miscellaneous Items by FCS Schiller

Box 7

Articles for the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Box 7

Automatism.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. galleys with holograph corrections.
Box 7

Hartman, Karl Robert Eduard von.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Proof.
Box 7

Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Proof with holograph corrections.
Box 7

Spencer, Herbert.

Physical Description: 6 leaves. Proof with holograph corrections.
 

Letters to Editors

Box 7

1. To the editor of the Spectator. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Typescript.
Box 7

2. To the editor of the Oxford Magazine. Oxford. ca. 1890.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Holograph. Rough draft.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 2 leaves, Holograph.
Box 7

List of the chief philosophic writings of FCS Schiller, M.A., D.Sc. n.p. ca. 1910.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. Holograph.
Box 7

Obituary of William James. n.p. 1910, Nature.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Galley.
Box 7

Personal response to the questionnaire of the Society for Psychical Research on human sentiment regarding a future life. n.p. 1901.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Holograph.

Note

[For a copy of the questions, See Answers to the American Branch's questionnaire regarding human sentiment as to a future life, in the copies of printed articles].
Box 7

Publications of FCS Schiller during his tenure of an Extraordinary Fellowship at Corpus Christi College. 1926-1933. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 4 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 2 leaves, typescript.
Box 7

Reports on International Congresses of Philosophy.

Box 7

The Prague Congress. Oxford. 1934.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. Typescript.
Box 7

Another congress of philosophers. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. Proof.
Box 7

A synod of sages. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Galley.
Box 7

Séance with Eglinton. January 22, 1885. n.p.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Holograph.
 

Miscellaneous and Unidentified Manuscripts by FCS Schiller

 

Untitled Manuscripts

Box 8

1. 8 leaves. n.p. n.d. Holograph.

Box 8

2. Comments by FCS Schiller. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. Holograph.
Box 8

3. II. FCS Schiller. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. Holograph.
 

Untitled German Manuscripts

Box 8

1. 5 leaves. Typescript with holograph additions. n.p. n.d.

Box 8

2. Fragments. v.p. v.d.

Physical Description: 15 leaves.
 

Incomplete Manuscripts and Notes. v.p. v.d.

Box 8

Analysis of Epy and Psychology.

Physical Description: 5 leaves. Holograph.
Box 8

Ancient statecraft and new democracies.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Holograph.
Box 8

B's A & R.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Holograph.
Box 8

Can the Lords be made a bulwark against revolution?

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Holograph.
Box 8

Criticism of McTaggert.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Holograph.
Box 8

Ethical theory and practice.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Holograph.
Box 8

Free will.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Holograph.
Box 8

Freedom in ethics.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Holograph.
Box 8

Implication.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Holograph.
Box 8

Michaelmas 1904, Mr. Schiller's Problems of modern logic.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Holograph.
Box 8

Mr. Russell's analysis of mind.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Typescript.
Box 8

Must philosophical language be ambiguous?

Box 8

Notes on Calderwood and Green.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Holograph.
Box 8

Notes on Faust.

Physical Description: 4 leaves. Holograph.
Box 8

Plato's theory of ideas.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Holograph.
Box 8

Pragmatic logic: questions for discussion.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Typescript.
Box 8

Psychology.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Holograph.
Box 8

Reason, will, desire.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Holograph.
Box 8

Virtue and habit.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Holograph.
Box 8

Assorted notes. v.p. v.d.

Physical Description: 50 leaves. Holograph.
Box 8

Unidentified fragments of articles. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 91 leaves. Holograph.
Box 8

Fragments of galleys and proofs. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 7 leaves.
 

Courses, Lecture Series, Exams, and Syllabi by FCS Schiller

 

Courses:

Box 9

Plato's Republic. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 160 leaves. Holograph. Incomplete. Rough draft.
Box 9

Plato's Republic. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 317 leaves. Holograph.
Box 9

Practical ethics. n.p. 1934.

Physical Description: 203 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: analysis, 5 leaves, Holograph.
Box 9

Pragmatism. 1933. n.p.

Physical Description: 62 leaves. Holograph.
Box 9

Pragmatism. 1934. n.p.

Physical Description: 90 leaves. Holograph.
Box 9

Theatetus. 1907, n.p.

Physical Description: 64 leaves. Holograph.
 

Lecture Series:

Box 9

Forum lectures. 1932. n.p., 1932. Notes.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Some philosophic reflections on cosmic E_____ and man's place in nature.
Box 9

1. The metaphysics of change.

Physical Description: 13 leaves. Typescript.
Box 9

2. The meaning of biological history.

Physical Description: 13 leaves. Typescript.
Box 9

3. The development of man.

Physical Description: 12 leaves. Typescript.
Box 9

4. Man's future on the earth.

Physical Description: 11 leaves. Typescript.
Box 9

Humanism. n.p. n.d.

Box 9

1. The place of humanism in the field of thought.

Physical Description: 15 leaves. Holograph.
Box 9

2. Humanist logic and theory of knowledge.

Physical Description: 14 leaves. Holograph.
Box 9

3. Humanist ethics.

Physical Description: 14 leaves. Holograph.
Box 9

4. Humanism and the metaphysical problem.

Physical Description: 12 leaves. Holograph.
 

Introductions, Syllabi, and Exams:

Box 9

Logic seminar. 1930. n.p.

Physical Description: 12 leaves. Holograph.
Box 9

Ethics. 1930. n.p.

Physical Description: 4 leaves. Holograph. Unfinished.
Box 9

Syllabi.

Box 9

Syllabus of lectures on teleology and evolution.

Physical Description: 4 printed copies.
Box 9

Syllabus of philosophy 100. n.p. 1932.

Physical Description: 3 dittoed copies.
Box 9

Tentative outline of logic. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Typescript.
Box 9

Exams. v.p. v.d.

Physical Description: 11 leaves. Holograph.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 10 leaves, typescript, and 2 leaves, printed.
 

Notes and Fragments:

Box 9

Notes on Stout. n.p. 1900.

Physical Description: 22 leaves. Holograph.
Box 9

Philosophy of Plato. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 45 leaves. Holograph.
Box 9

Part 2--The psychology of cognition. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 52 leaves. Holograph. Pages numbered 104-154.
 

Books Reviewed by Schiller

Box 10

Schiller, Ferdinand Canning Scott. Reviews of various books by various authors. v.p. v.d.

Physical Description: 199 items. Holograph, typescript, galleys, and clippings.
Box 10

Adams, G.P. Studies in the nature of truth.

Box 10

Aliotta, Antonio. La reazione idealistica contro la scienza.

Box 10

Ayer, Alfred J. Language, truth, and logic.

Box 10

Baker, Rannie Belle. The concept of a limited God; a study in the philosophy of personalism.

Box 10

Barthel, Ernst. Vorstellung und Denken, eine Kritik des pragmatischen Verstandes.

Box 10

Baumgardt, David. Der Kampf um den Lebenssinn unter den Vor¨läufen der modernen Ethik.

Box 10

Bentley, Arthur F. Behavior, knowledge, fact.

Box 10

Bosanquet, Bernard. Three chapters on the nature of mind.

Box 10

Bradley, F.H. The principles of logic.

Box 10

Bridgman, P.W. The nature of physical theory.

Box 10

Brightfield, Myron F. The issue in literary criticism.

Box 10

Burke, John Butler. The emergence of life, being a treatise on mathematical philosophy and symbolic logic by which a new theory of space and time is evolved .

Box 10

Campbell, Charles A. Scepticism and construction, Bradley's sceptical principle as the basis of constructive philosophy.

Box 10

Carmichael, R.D. The logic of discovery.

Box 10

Carnap, Rudolf. Le probleme de la logique de la science formelle et science du reel.

Box 10

Carr-Saunders, A.M. The population problem, a study in human evolution.

Box 10

Church, Ralph W. Hume's theory of the understanding.

Box 10

Cinquieme Semaine Internationale de Synthese. Science et loi.

Box 10

Clarke, Mary Evelyn. A study in the logic of value.

Box 10

Coffey, P. Epistemology of the theory of knowledge: an introduction to general metaphysics.

Box 10

Columbia University, Department of Philosophy, editor. Studies in the history of ideas. vol.1.

Box 10

Columbia University, Department of Philosophy, editor. Studies in the history of ideas. vol.2.

Note

See Dewey, John, Nature and Experience.
Box 10

Compton, Arthur H. The freedom of man.

Box 10

Conger, George Perrigo. New views of evolution.

Box 10

Coover, John Edgar. Experiments in psychical research, being the Leland Stanford Junior University's Psychical Research Monograph no.1.

Box 10

Cooper, Lane. The rhetoric of Aristotle, an expanded translation with supplementary examples for students of composition and public speaking.

Box 10

Cope, E.D. The primary factors of organic evolution.

Box 10

Cornford, Francis Macdonald. Plato's theory of knowledge, the Theatetus and the Sophist of Plato translated with a running commentary.

Box 10

Crozier, John Beattie. Last words on great issues.

Box 10

Dewey, John. A common faith.

Box 10

Dewey, John. Nature and experience.

Box 10

Dewey, John. Philosophy and civilization.

Box 10

Dickinson, G. Lowes. After two thousand years, a dialogues between Plato and a modern young man.

Box 10

Dorsey, John Morris. The foundations of human nature, the study of the person.

Box 10

Driesch, Hans. Psychical research, the science of the supernormal.

Box 10

Dunne, J.W. An experiment with time.

Box 10

du Prel, Carl. Die Entdeckung der Seele durch die Geheimwissenschaften.

Box 10

Edgell, Beatrice. Theories of memory.

Box 10

Elkin. Hume.

Box 10

F., G.C. Studies in philosophy.

Box 10

Fawcett, Edward Douglas. The world as imagination.

Box 10

File, Werner. The platonic legend.

Box 10

Flournoy, Th. Nouvelles observations sur un cas de somnambulisme avec glossolalie.

Box 10

Flournoy, Th. La philosophie de William James.

Box 10

Flournoy, Th. The philosophy of William James.

Box 10

Förster-Nietzsche, Elizabeth. The young Nietzsche.

Scope and Content Note

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Ginsberg, Morris. Studies in sociology.

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Gunn, J.A. Modern French philosophy.

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Haldane, J.B.S. The causes of evolution.

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Haserot, Francis S. Essays on the logic of being.

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Helder, Jacob. Greatest thoughts on immortality.

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Hobhouse, L.T. Development and purpose; an essay towards a philosophy of evolution.

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Hocking, W.E. The spirit of world politics.

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Hone, J.M. Bishop Berkeley, his life, writings, and philosophy.

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Huxley, Julian S. What dare I think? the challenge of modern science to human action and belief.

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Inge, William Ralph. God and the astronomers, containing the Warbarton Lectures. 1931-1933.

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Jacks, L.P. The alchemy of thought.

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Jacks, L.P. The faith of a worker.

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Jacks, L.P. The inner sentinel, a study of ourselves.

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Jaeger, Werner. Aristotle, fundamentals of the history of his development.

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James, William. The varieties of religious experience, a study in human nature.

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Jerusalem, W. Einleitung in die Philosophie.

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Jespersen. Otto. The philosophy of grammar.

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Joachim, Harold H. The nature of truth.

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Joad, C.E.M. Modern philosophy.

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Johnson, W.E. Logic. Part 1.

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Johnson, W.E. Logic. Part 2. Demonstrative inference, deductive and inductive.

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Johnson, W.E. Logic. Part 3. The logical foundations of science.

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Johnston, G.A. The development of Berkeley's philosophy.

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Joseph, H.W.B. Some problems in ethics.

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Kagey, Rudolf. The growth of F.H. Bradley's logic.

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Kallen, Horace M., ed. American philosophy today and tomorrow.

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Kamiat, Arnold H. The critique of poor reason.

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Keller, Albert Galloway. Societal evolution: a study of the evolutionary basis of the science of society.

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King, William P., ed. Behaviorism, a battle line.

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Knox, Howard V. The evolution of truth and other essays.

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Knox, Howard V. The will to be free.

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König, Edmund. Ueber die letzten Fragen der Erkenntnis-theorie und dem Gegensatz des transendentalen Idealismus und Realismus.

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Laird, John. Knowledge, belief and opinion.

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Lambek, C. Essay on the foundation of cognition.

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Lambert, Henry. The nature of history.

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Lawton, George. The drama of life after death, a study of the spiritualist religion.

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Lehman. Alf. Aberglauben und Zauberei.

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Lichtenberger, Henri. The gospel of superman: the philosophy of Friedrick Nietzsche.

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Liebert Arthur. Die Krise des Idealismus.

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Lightfall, E.D. The person of evolution, studies of instinct as contributions to a philosophy of evolution.

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Locke, John. An essay concerning human understanding. Edited by A.S. Pringle-Pattison.

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Lodge, Sir Oliver. Modern problems.

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Lovejoy, Arthur O. The great chain of being, a study of the history of an idea. The William James Lectures delivered at Harvard University. 1933.

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Lünemann, Arthur. Logik der Philosophie, Gründzüge einer Umgestaltung der Formalen Logik.

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Mc Dougall, William. The frontiers of psychology.

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Mc Dougall, William. Is America safe for democracy? 6 lectures given at the Lowell Institute of Boston.

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Mace, C.A. The principles of logic, an introductory survey.

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Machen, Arthur. The Bowmen and other legends of the War.

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Macintosh, D.C., ed. Religious realism.

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McTaggart, J.M.T. Ellis. Philosophical studies.

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McTaggart, J.M.T. Ellis. Studies in the hegelian dialectic.

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Marett, J.R. de la H. Race, sex and environment, a study of mineral deficiency in human evolution.

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Marett, R.R. Faith, hope, and charity in primitive religion.

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Marett, R.R. Sacraments of simple folk.

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Marvin, F.S. Progress and history.

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Mead, George H. Mind, self and society, from the standpoint of a social behaviorist.

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Mead, George H. Movements of thought in the nineteenth century.

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Mead, George Herbert. The philosophy of the present.

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Mercier, Louis J.A. The challenge of humanism, an essay in comparative criticism.

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Metz, Rudolf. Die philosophischen Stroemungen der Gegenwart in Grossbrittanien. vol.1.

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Montague, William Pepperell. Belief unbound, a promethian religion for the modern world.

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Morris, Charles W. Six theories of mind.

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Morrow, Glen R. Studies in the Platonic epistles, with a translation and notes.

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Müller-Freienfels, Richard. Irrationalismus, um_____ einer Erkenninis __________.

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Münsterberg. Psychology and mysticism.

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Nevius, John L. Demon possession and allied themes, being an inductive study of phenomena of our own times.

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Nietzsche, Friedrich. The complete works.

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Nietzsche, Friedrich. Thus spake Zarathrustra, a book for all and none.

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Northridge, W.L. Modern theories of the unconscious.

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Orr, John. English deism, its roots and its fruits.

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Oakeley, Hilda D. History and the self, a study in the roots of history and the relations of history and ethics.

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Pacotte, Julian. La logique et l'empirisme radical.

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Pearson, Norman. The soul and its story.

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Peirce, Charles S. Chance love and logic: philosophical essays.

 

Peirce, Charles Sanders. Collected Papers. Edited by Charles Hartshorne and Paul Weiss

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Penny, A.J. Studies in Jacob Böhme.

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Perry, Ralph Barton. Present philosophical tendencies: a critical survey of naturalism, idealism, pragmatism and realism, together with a synopsis of the philosophy of William James .

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Perry, Ralph Barton. The thought and character of William James, as revealed in umpublished correspondence and notes, together with his published writings . vol.1.

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Pekron, Houston. Huxley, prophet of science.

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Philosophic essays for Alfred North Whitehead.

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Pratt, James Bissett. Adventures in philosophy and religion.

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Price, H.H. Truth and corrigibility, an inaugural lecture delivered before the University of Oxford.

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Prince, Morton. The unconscious, the fundamentals of human personality normal and abnormal.

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Prince, Walter Franklin. Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research. The Doris Fischer case of multiple personality.

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Pringle-Pattison, A. Seth. The idea of immortality. Gifford lectures delivered in the University of Edinburgh in the year 1922.

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Problems of personality, studies presented to Dr. Morton Prince, pioneer in American psychopathology.

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Reiser, Oliver L. Humanistic logic for the mind in action.

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Richards, Philip S. Belief in man.

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Robertson, G. Croom. Elements of psychology.

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Robinson, James Harvey. The mind in the making.

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Rogers, Arthur Kenyon. The Socratic problem.

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Romanes, George John. Darwin and after Darwin. An exposition of the Darwinian theory and a discussion of post-Darwinian questions.

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Romanes, George John. An examination of Weismannism.

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Ross, W.D. Aristotle.

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Rossi, M.M. Bishop Berkeley.

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Russell, Bertrand. The conquest of happiness.

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Russell, Bertrand. Education and the social order.

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Russell, Bertrand. Religion and science.

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Russell, Bertrand. The scientific outlook.

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Salomaa, J.E. Idealismus und realismus in der englischen Philosophie der Gegenwart.

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Salomaa, J.E. Das Problem der Wahrheit.

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Salzi, Pierre. La sensation, étude de la genese et de son role dans la connaissance.

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Samson, Leon. The new humanism.

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Santayana, George. The life of reason, or the phases of human progress. vol.3: Reason in religion. vol.4: Reason in art. vol.5: Reason in science.

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Santayana, George. Obiter scripta, lectures, essays, and reviews.

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Santayana, George. Some turns of thought in modern philosophy.

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Santayana, George. The unknowable. The Herbert Spencer lecture delivered at Oxford.

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Saurat, Denis. Literature and the occult tradition.

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Schelling. Of human freedom.

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Schinz, Albert. Anti-pragmatisme, examen des droits respectifs de l'aristocratie intellectuell et de la démocratiesociale.

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Schlick, Moritz. Sur le fondement de la connaissance.

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Schulz, Julius. Das Ich und die Physik.

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Schweitzer, Albert. The decay and the restoration of civilisation: the philosophy of civilisation. Part 1.

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Schweitzer, Albert. Civilisation and ethics. Part 2. The philosophy of civilisation.

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Segerstedt, Torgny T. Value and reality in Bradley's philosophy.

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Sheen, Fulton J. God and intelligence in modern philosophy. A critical study in the light of the philosophy of St. Thomas.

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Sidis, Boris. Multiple personality, an experimental investigation into the nature of human individuality.

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Smith, S.G. Social pathology.

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Smith, Thomas Vernon, ed. Essays in philosophy.

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Smith, Thomas Vernon. The philosophic way of life.

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Spencer, Frederick A.M. The future life, a new interpretation of the Christian doctrine.

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Spencer, Herbert. An autobiography.

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Spicer, E.E. Aristotle's conception of the soul.

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Stein, Ludwig. Philosophical currents of the present day.

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Sturt, Henry. Human value, an ethical essay.

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Sullivan, J.W.N. Science, a new outlook.

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Swift, Edgar James. The jungle of the mind.

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Taylor, A.E. Plato, the man and his work.

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Taylor, A.E. [title undecipherable].

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Tennant, F.R. Philosophy of the sciences, or the relation between the departments of knowledge.

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Thomson, Sir S. Arthur. Riddles of science.

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Troiano, P.R. Le base dell' umanismo.

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Turner, J.E. An examination of William James' philosophy. A critical essay for the general reader.

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Ushenka, F.P. The theory of logic, an introductory text.

 

Reviews (Concluded)

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Vaihinger, H. Die Philosophie des als ob. System der theoretischen, praktischen und religiösen Fiktionen der Menschheit auf Grund eines idealistischen Positivismus, mit einem Anhang über Kant und Nietzsche .

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Wahl, Jean. The pluralist philosophies of England and America. Reviewed with Dewey, John, Nature and experience.

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Warbeke, John M. The searching mind of Greece.

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Ward. A study of Kant.

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Warren, Howard C. A history of the association psychology. Reviewed with Woodworth, Robert S., Psychology.

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Wells, H.G. Modern utopia.

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Whetham, William Cecil Dampier, and Whetham, Catherine Durning. Science and the human mind: a critical and historical account of the development of natural knowledge.

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Wild, John. George Berkeley, a study of his life and philosophy.

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Windelband, Wilhelm. Platon.

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Wolfenden, J.F. The approach to philosophy.

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Woods, Frederick Adams. The influence of monarchs: steps in a new science of history.

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Woodworth, Robert S. Psychology, a study of mental life.

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Zaragüeta Benguechea, Juan. Contribucion del lenguaje a la filosofia de los valores.

 

Holograph Notebooks

 

Notebook no.1, n.p. n.d.

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Bradley's logic.

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Notes on Notes of Cauman's Aristotelian. Logic Lecture.

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Pluralism and Monism.

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Reality and idealism.

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Miscellaneous notes and inserts.

 

Notebook no.2, n.p. 1884

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Plato Republic.

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Allegory of cave.

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Logical development of evil.

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Tyrannical man.

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The myth of the future life.

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[Story, visit to Athena].

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Speech made before the Brakenbury Debating Society. February 1884.

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Philosophic questions: Aristotle, modern metaphysics, ethics, modern logic, modern political philosophy, psychology.

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Hobbes' 'Computation.'

 

Notebook no.3, n.p. 1886

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Mr. Alexander's moral philosophy. January 1886.

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Mr. Nettleship's theory of knowledge. January 1886.

 

Notebook no.4, n.p. 1886-87

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Aristotelian logic: extracts from Bradley's notes on Mr. Nettleship's lectures.

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Arnold essay. 1886. Causes of Decline of Roman Republic.

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Chapter outline of The riddles of the sphinx.

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Aphorisms November 1986. 1. Evolutionist theories.

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Free will. November 1987.

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Notes on Berkeley.

 

Essays 1886:

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The nature and province of logic.

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The presuppositions of induction and the conception of cause.

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On inconceivability as the test of truth.

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The nature of arithmetical judgments.

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Note on the relation of Kant's theory to 'experience' theories.

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On the question of the theory of causation.

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The nature of geometrical judgments.

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The ambiguities of the word law.

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Relation of legality to morality.

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Free will and freedom and the ambiguity of the word.

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Conscience is an imitation within us of the government without us.

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Analyse our idea of justice, compare the conceptions of it in Plato and Aristotle.

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On what principle would you determine the justificability of resistance to a de facto sovereign? Is the true objective of the state sufficiently described as consisting in the realization of individual liberty?

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The proper distribution of political rights is a question of expedience not of justice.

 

Notebook no.5, n.p. 1885

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Plato's attitude towards contemporary politics.

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Aristotle's criticism of the Platonic communism.

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Aristotle's criticism of Sparta.

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Comparison of Aristotle's list of the virtues with Plato's and its defects.

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Essays for the Master 1885.

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The doctrine of utility regarded as the basis of ethics.

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The origin, nature, and basis of our moral ideas.

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Consciousness and habit, their relation to _____ and to the freedom of the will.

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Are morals to be regarded as certain or uncertain and in what does their certainty or uncertainty consist?

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The meaning of the word science, the use and abuse of the term.

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The relation of art to morality.

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The nature of the relation of subject and object, cause and effect, ends and means--at what point in the history of philosophy do they appear?

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Exercises in Greek and Latin.

 

Notebook no.6, Oxford. 1887-88

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Philosophic essays. Holograph copies of papers read before the Oxford Philosophic Society.

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1. On H. Spencer's Data of ethics 1887.

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2. Essay on infinity 1888.

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3. Essay on the population question. 1887.

 

Notebook no.7, n.p. n.d.

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Appendix 2: Ethical corollaries. Pages numbered 539-574.

 

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Mr. Nettleship's moral philosophy.

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Bacon's Novum organum.

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Aristotle's metaphysics.

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Theories of Sp_____.

 

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Notes on Berkeley. 1685-1753.

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Manuscript about Kant by F.C. Borenschen(?).

 

Notebook no.10, n.p. n.d.

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Polybius [school notes].

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H. Spencer's Data of ethics.

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Plutarch.

 

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Diary.

 

Notebook no.12, n.p. 1882-1896

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Budget. 1882-1896.

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Record of a seance. June 20, 1884.

 

Notebook no.13, n.p. 1886

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Record of expenditures. 1886.

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Financial notes, record of purchases of stock, etc.

 

Notebook no.14, n.p. n.d.

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Address book.

 

Notebook no.15, n.p. n.d.

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Alphabetical list of names.

 

Notebook no.16, n.p. n.d.

 

Lists of articles, reviews, etc. dated.

 

Notebook no.17 and Notebook #18, n.p. n.d.

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Miscellaneous notes.

 

Material Pertaining to the Posthumous Publication of Our Human Truths

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Our human truths, Los Angeles. ca. 1937.

Physical Description: 248 leaves. Typescript with corrections by Louise Schiller and publisher.
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Truth with a smile [later titled Our human truths], New York, Columbia University Press. 1938.

Physical Description: 111 sheets. Galleys with corrections by Louise Schiller. 2 copies of sheet 53.
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Our human truths, New York, Columbia University Press. 1938.

Physical Description: 114 sheets. Galleys. Incomplete. With underlining in red.
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Index of Our human truths, New York, Columbia University Press. 1938.

Physical Description: 9 sheets. Galley.

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Notes relating to the publication of Our human truths. n.p. n.d.

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Correspondence Regarding the Publication of Our Human Truths. v.p. v.d.

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Columbia University. Press.

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22 letters to LSS.

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Current History and Forum. New York.

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1 letter to LSS.

 

Flewelling, Ralph Tyler, 1871-1960

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1 letter to LSS.

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The nineteenth century and after [periodical].

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The Twentieth Century [Periodical]. London

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1 letter to LSS.

 

University of Southern California

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1 letter to LSS.

 

Manuscripts and Galleys by Persons Other Than FCS Schiller

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Dewey, John. A trenchant attack on logic. (review of Formal Logic). n.p. 1912, Lit leader.

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Dewey, John. [memorial address on Schiller], n.p. November 1937.

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Knox, Howard Vicenté. Methods of inductive enquiry, Bocken. 1893.

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Moore, Ernest C. [untitled article on FCS Schiller], Los Angeles. ca. 1937.

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Who's who in Oxfordshire. Schiller, Ferdinand Canning Scott, London. ca. 1936.

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Willett, Mrs. Extracts from Mrs. Willett's Scripts. n.p. 1913.

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Dr. FCS Schiller deceased, author unknown, n.p. ca. 1938.

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Extracts from the College Minute Book, author unknown, Oxford. 1927.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Manuscript.

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re the election of FCS Schiller to an Extraordinary Fellowship.
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Manuscript in old German script, author unknown, n. p. n.d.

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Articles, Pamphlets, Lectures, and Symposia

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Absolutism in extremis? Mind, vol.19, N.S., no.76.

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The ambiguity of truth. Mind, vol.15, N.S., no.58.

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The answers to the American branch's questionnaire regarding human sentiment as to a future life. Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research. n.d.

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Are all judgments 'practical'? Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods, vol.12 no.25. December 9, 1915.

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Aristotle and the practical syllogism. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods, vol.14 no.24. November 22, 1917.

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Aristotle's refutation of 'Aristotelian' logic. Mind, vol.23, N.S., no.89.

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The British dilemma. The Saturday Review of Literature, vol.5 no.42. May 11, 1929.

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The case for eugenics. The Dalhouse Review. n.d.

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Cassandra's apologia. Mind, vol.27, N.S., no.105.

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Choice. The Hibbert Journal. n.d.

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Creation, emergence, novelty. Meeting of the Aristotelian Society. November 24, 1930.

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The definition of 'pragmatism' and 'humanism'. Mind, vol.14, N.S., no.54.

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Do men desire immortality? Fortnightly Review. September 1901.

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Dr. Mercier and formal logic. Mind, vol.23, N.S., no.92.

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Empiricism and the absolute. Mind, vol.14, N.S., no.55.

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Error. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society. 1911.

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The ethical basis of metaphysics. International Journal of Ethics. July, 1903.

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Eugenics as a moral ideal. The Eugenics Review, vol.22 no.2.

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Die Eugenik als sittliches Ideal. Archiv für Rassen- und Gesellschaftsbiologie, Bd. 14. 1930.

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Eugenics versus civilization. The Eugenics Review. July 1921.

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Fact and value. The Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of Philosophy. n.d.

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Faith, reason, and religion. The Hibbert Journal. n.d.

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Formalism again. Mind, vol.41, N.S., no.164.

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Formalism and the a fortiori. Mind, vol.27, N.S., no.106.

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How 'propositions' mean. The Journal of Philosophy, vol.27 no.23. November 6, 1930.

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Human sentiment as to a future life.

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Humanism, intuitionism and objective reality. Mind, vol.18, N.S., no.72.

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The humanism of Protagoras. Mind, vol.20, N.S., no.78.

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An idealist in extremis. Mind, vol.31, N.S., no.122.

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In defence of humanism. Mind, vol.13, N.S., no.52.

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The indetermination of meanings. Mind, vol.24, N.S., no.96.

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The infinite regress of proof. Mind, vol.37, N.S., no.147.

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The infinite whole. Mind, vol.33, N.S., no.130.

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Instrumentalism and idealism. Mind, vol.34, N.S., no.133.

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Is Mr. Bradley becoming a pragmatist? Mind, vol.17, N.S., no.67.

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Judgments versus propositions. Mind, vol.35 no.139.

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Logic and formalism. Mind, vol.28, N.S., no.110.

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Logic or psychology? Mind, vol.18, N.S., no.71.

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Lotze's monism. The Philosophical Review, vol.5 no.3. May 1896.

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Mr. Bradley's theory of truth. Mind, vol.16, N.S., no.63.

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Mr. Russell's psychology. The Journal of Philosophy, vol.19 no.11. May 25, 1922.

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National self-selection. The Eugenics Review. April 1910.

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The new developments of Mr. Bradley's philosophy. Mind, vol.24, N.S., no.95.

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Novelty. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society. October 10, 1921.

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Meeting of the Aristotelian Society. April 8, 1918.

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On arguing in a circle. Meeting of the Aristotelian Society. July 4, 1921.

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On preserving appearances. Mind, vol.12, N.S., no.47.

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On some philosophic assumptions in the investigation of the problem of a future life. Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, Part 36. February 1900.

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On the conception of 'ENE'PTEIA 'AKINHEI'AE Mind, vol.9, N.S., no.36.

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Our critic criticized. Written with Major Leonard Darwin and C.J. Bond. Eugenics Review. January 1914.

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Plato or Protagoras? [pamphlet]. Oxford, Blackwell. 1908.

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Plato or Protagoras? [reply to review by Professor Burnet]. Mind, vol.17, N.S., no.68.

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Pragmatism and pseudo-pragmatism. Mind, vol.15, N.S., no.59.

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The present phase of 'idealist' philosophy. Mind, vol.19, N.S., no.73.

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Professor Henry Jones on 'reflective thought and religion'. Hibbert Journal. January 1903.

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Professor Ross on Aristotle's self-refutation. Mind, vol.23, N.S., no.92.

Physical Description: 2 copies.
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Psychology and knowledge. Mind, vol.16, N.S., no.62.

Physical Description: 1 copy.
Box 13

Psychology and logic. Psychology and the Sciences. n.d.

Physical Description: 1 copy with holograph corrections.
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The rationalistic conception of truth. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society. 1909.

Physical Description: 4 copies.
Box 13

Realism, pragmatism, and William James. Mind, vol.24, N.S., no.96.

Physical Description: 2 copies. one of which has holograph corrections.
Box 13

Relevance. Mind, vol.21, N.S., no.82.

Physical Description: 2 copies.
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The ruin of Rome and its lessons for us. Eugenics Review. April, 1925.

Physical Description: 1 copy.
Box 13

Science and life. The Hibbert Journal. n.d.

Physical Description: 1 copy. with holograph corrections.
Box 13

Science and religion. Pan-Anglican Papers. 1908.

Physical Description: 3 copies.
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Scientific method in psychical research. The Psychic Research Quarterly, vol.1 no.1. July 1920.

Physical Description: 1 copy.
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The social value of logic teaching. The Hibbert Journal. July 1913.

Physical Description: 1 copy.
Box 13

Solipsism. Mind, vol.18, N.S., no.70.

Physical Description: 1 copy.
Box 13

Some problems of mass education. The Personalist, supplement. July 1930.

Physical Description: 1 copy.
Box 13

Thought and immediacy. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, vol.3 no.9. April 26, 1906.

Physical Description: 1 copy.
Box 13

The tribulations of truth. The Albany Review. March 1908.

Physical Description: 1 copy.
Box 13

Truth, value and biology. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, vol.17 no.2. January 15, 1920,

Physical Description: 1 copy.
Box 13

The two logics. Mind, vol.36, N.S., no.141.

Physical Description: 3 copies.
Box 13

The value of formal logic. Mind, vol.41, N.S., no.161.

Physical Description: 3 copies.
Box 13

The value of logic. [written with Dr. A. Wolf.] No publisher. Dr. Wolf's section, 1 copy. Dr. Schiller's section.

Physical Description: 2 copies.
Box 13

What formal logic is about. Mind, vol.27, N.S., no.108.

Physical Description: 2 copies.
Box 13

Why humanism? Contemporary British Philosophy. n.d.

Physical Description: 2 copies.
Box 13

Why pluralism? A symposium by J.H. Muirhead, FCS Schiller, and A.E. Taylor. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society. 1909.

 

Letters to Editors

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Letters to editors. v.p. ca. 1898-1929.

Physical Description: 27 items.
 

Pamphlets and Articles Concerning FCS Schiller

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G., B.G. Dr. FCS Schiller. The Pelican Record, vol.23 no.4. December 1937.

 

Lindsay, A.D. University of Oxford Report for the Year. 1936-37. Oxford.

Physical Description: 92pp.
 

Livingstone, Sir R.W. College Annual Record. Corpus Christi College, Oxford. 1937.

 

Marrett, R.R. Ferdinand Canning Scott Schiller, 1864-1937. Proceedings of the British Academy, vol.23.

 

Antmen or supermen? [review, author unknown]. Foreign Reviews, vol.1 no.7. 1935.

 

Humanism and Studies in humanism [review, author unknown]. The Athenaeum, no.4440. November 30, 1912.

 

Obituary, [author unknown]. Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, vol.30, no.544.

 

Pragmatism and Kant [author unknown]. The Good European Point of View, no.5. Spring 1906.

 

Pamphlets and Articles not Relating to FCS Schiller

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Acton, H.B. The correspondence theory of truth. Meeting of the Aristotelian Society. April 24, 1935.

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Bartlett, E.M. The determination of the aesthetic minimum. Meeting of the Aristotelian Society. February 25, 1935.

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Greenwood, T. The logic of Jules Lachelier. Meeting of the Aristotelian Society. January 28, 1935.

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Ignotus, Scotus [pseudonym]. The function of Nietzsche, and What is a government? (or Taxing and stealing). [pamphlet]. Mind Association, Oxford. 1914,

Physical Description: 20pp.
Box 13

Jeffreys, Harold. Scientific method, causality, and reality. Meeting ot the Aristotelian Society. February 8, 1937.

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Joad, C.E.M. The element of greatness in philosophy. Meeting of the Aristotelian Society. January 14, 1935.

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Knox, Howard V. Has Green answered Locke? Mind, vol.23, N.S., no.91.

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Knox, Howard V. William James and his philosophy. Mind, vol.22, N.S., no.86.

Physical Description: 2 copies.
Box 13

Langley, G.H. Freedom and modern political conceptions. Meeting of the Aristotelian Society. January 25, 1937.

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Listowel, William Francis Hare, earl of. The present state of aesthetics in this country. Meeting of the Aristotelian Society. May 13, 1935.

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MacMurray, John. The nature of reason. Meeting of the Aristotelian Society. March 25, 1935.

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Porteous, A.J.D. The idea of necessary connexion. Meeting of the Aristotelian Society. April 8, 1935.

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Saw, R.L. An aspect of causal connexion. Meeting of the Aristotelian Society. February, 1935.

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Stout, G.F. Mr. Russell's theory of judgment. No publisher. With extensive notes by FCS Schiller.

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Weinhandl, Ferdinand. Experimentelle untersuchungen zur psychologie der determinierten abläufe. [pamphlet]. Leipzig, Academische Verlagsgesellschaft M.B.H. 1926.

Physical Description: 78pp.
 

Newspaper and Magazine Clippings Both Concerning and Not Concerning FCS Schiller

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1887-1900.

Physical Description: 29 items.
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1901.

Physical Description: 43 items.
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1902.

Physical Description: 35 items.
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1903.

Physical Description: 45 items.
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1904.

Physical Description: 61 items.
Box 14

1905-1906.

Physical Description: 27 items.
Box 14

1907.

Physical Description: 96 items.
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1908.

Physical Description: 19 items.
Box 14

1909.

Physical Description: 22 items.
Box 14

1910.

Physical Description: 48 items.
Box 14

1911.

Physical Description: 16 items.
Box 15

1912.

Physical Description: 66 items.
Box 15

1913.

Physical Description: 30 items.
Box 15

1914.

Physical Description: 45 items.
Box 15

1915-1923.

Physical Description: 16 items.
Box 15

1924.

Physical Description: 81 items.
Box 15

1925.

Physical Description: 15 items.
Box 15

1926.

Physical Description: 63 items.
Box 15

1927-1930.

Physical Description: 21 items.
Box 15

1931-1941.

Physical Description: 62 items.
Box 15

n.d.

Physical Description: 156 items.
 

Scholastic, Legal, Financial, and Medical Papers

 

Scholastic Papers:

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Reports from school. 1872-1877.

Physical Description: 31 items.
Box 16

Certificates (in Latin) from Balliol College, Oxford. 1882-1886.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 16

Report from Rugby, in the form of a letter from Thomas William Jex-Blake to Mr. Ferdinand Schiller.

Physical Description: 1 item.
 

Legal and Financial Papers

 

Correspondence, Legal Agreements, and Accounts Regarding the Following Books or Pamphlets:

Box 16

Cassandra. 1926, and Tantalus. 1924.

Physical Description: 12 items.
Box 16

Eugenics and politics. 1926.

Physical Description: 4 items.
Box 16

Formal logic. 1912.

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 16

Humanism. 1903,

Physical Description: 1 item.
Box 16

Logic for use. 1929.

Physical Description: 7 items.
Box 16

Mind! 1901.

Physical Description: 4 items.
Box 16

Must philosophers disagree? 1934.

Physical Description: 4 items.
Box 16

Plato or Protagoras? 1908.

Physical Description: 9 items.
Box 16

Problems of belief. 1924.

Physical Description: 1 item.
Box 16

Riddles of the sphinx, 1st edition. 1891.

Physical Description: 23 items.
Box 16

Riddles of the sphinx, 2nd edition. 1910.

Physical Description: 11 items.
Box 16

Social decay and eugenical reform. 1932.

Physical Description: 1 item.
Box 16

Studies in humanism. 1907.

Physical Description: 3 items.
Box 16

Miscellaneous and unidentified. v.d.

Physical Description: 10 items.
Box 16

Papers, correspondence, and ephemera relating to stocks. 1912-1937.

Physical Description: 10 items.
Box 16

Prospecti(?) for corporations. n.d.

Physical Description: 2 items.
Box 16

Receipts and bills. 1890-1923, v.p.

Physical Description: 12 items.
 

Medical Papers:

Box 16

Medical papers. 1923-1934, v.p.

Physical Description: 4 items.
 

Personal Effects and Ephemera

 

Certificates from University of Southern California:

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Honorary Fellow of the School of Philosophy. n.d.

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Degree of Doctor of Laws. n.d.

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Check book stubs. 1937.

Box 16

Miscellaneous printed ephemera, v.p. v.d.

Physical Description: 46 items.
Box 17

Booklet. Poor Richard's Almanac.

Box 17

Booklet. What you want to say and how to say it in Spanish.

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Unused postcards.

Physical Description: 2 large and 97 regular sized.
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Photos of Oxford.

Physical Description: 12 items.
Box 17

Leather folders.

Physical Description: 2 items.
Box 17

Metal box of 3 compartments, containing 2 keys.

Box 17

Metal paper knife.

 

Wooden Box Containing:

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Several papers of pins.

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Metal 3-color crayon.

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Cloth strap.

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Leather belt.

Box 17

Nut, bolt, and washer.

 

Photographs of FCS Schiller and Miscellaneous Other People

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Photographs of FCS Schiller in two folders.

Physical Description: 5 items.
Box 17

Newspaper photograph showing FCS Schiller standing at bookshelf.

Physical Description: 1 item.
Box 17

Photographs of FCS Schiller in the mountains.

Physical Description: 2 items.
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Negatives of pictures of FCS Schiller.

Physical Description: 12 items.
Box 17

Caricature of FCS Schiller done with ink and brush, artist unknown.

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Photographs of FCS Schiller and two other gentlemen [his brothers?] seated outdoors in lawn chairs.

Physical Description: 2 items.
Box 17

Photographs of FCS Schiller and his brothers, taken 1877.

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Photographs of FCS Schiller, labeled Master C. Schiller.

Physical Description: 2 items.
Box 17

Photograph of Ferdinand Nassau Schiller, labeled Ferdinand Schiller/July 1877/born August 1866.

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Photograph of Ferdinand Philip Maximilian Schiller, labeled Master M. Schiller.

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Photographs of or including FCS Schiller.

Physical Description: 49 items.
Box 17

Photographs of mountain-climbing expeditions.

Physical Description: 27 items. One photograph shows FCS Schiller and Mrs. Griswold (later his wife).
Box 17

Photographs of elderly woman in late 19th century costume [FCS Schiller' mother?].

Physical Description: 2 items. One with wooden frame.
Box 17

Photograph of a gentleman seated at a desk [one of FCS Schiller' brothers?].

Box 17

Unidentified photographs.

Physical Description: 3 items.
Box 17

Photographs and negatives that do not include FCS Schiller.

Physical Description: 31 photographs and 30 negatives.
 

Correspondence of Louise Luqueer (Strang) Griswold Schiller

 

Correspondence Relating to FCS Schiller Estate:

Box 18

Chotiner and Chotiner, law firm.

Physical Description: 42 letters to Louise Strang Schiller.
Box 18

Fifth Avenue Bank of New York.

Physical Description: 2 letters. 1 telegram to Louise Strang Schiller.
Box 18

Williams and James, law firm.

Physical Description: 43 letters. 4 telegrams to Louise Strang Schiller.
 

Personal Correspondence of Louise Strang Schiller:

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Briggs, George A.

Physical Description: 1 letter to LSS.
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Grover, Edwin Osgood, 1870- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to LSS.
Box 18

Henderson, Archibald, 1877- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to Miss La Rue.
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Hill, Sir Arthur William, 1875-1941.

Physical Description: 1 letter to LSS.
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KleinSmid, Rufus Bernhard von, 1875- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to LSS.
Box 18

Otto, Max Carl, 1876- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to Miss La Rue.
Box 18

Perry, Ralph Barton, 1876- .

Physical Description: 1 letter to Columbia University Press.
Box 18

Piatt, Donald A.

Physical Description: 1 letter to Miss La Rue.
Box 18

The Save the children fund, London.

Physical Description: 1 letter to LSS.
Box 18

Schiller, Ferdinand Canning Scott, 1864-1937.

Physical Description: 1 letter to LSS.
Box 18

Schiller, Ferdinand Nassau, 1866-1938.

Physical Description: 2 letters to LSS.
Box 18

Schiller, Ferdinand Philip Maximilian, 1868-1946.

Physical Description: 1 letter to LSS.
Box 18

University of Southern California.

Note

See KleinSmid, Rufus Bernhard von, 1875- .
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Vincent, Margaret.

Physical Description: 1 letter to LSS.
Box 18

Undecipherable.

Physical Description: 1 letter to LSS.
 

Manuscripts by Louise Luqueer (Strang) Griswold Schiller

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Art lectures. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript. 23 leaves.
 

Assorted Manuscripts. n.p. 1925

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Schools and the citizen. n.p. 1925.

Physical Description: 11 leaves. Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Also: 32 leaves, Holograph.
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Some approaches to the problems of visual art. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 19 leaves. Typescript.
Box 18

The teaching of the aesthetic arts in secondary schools. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 9 leaves. Typescript.
Box 18

Journal containing poetry.

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Poetry and prose. 1910-1940.

Physical Description: 70 items.
 

Miscellaneous Papers of Louise Luqueer (Strang) Griswold Schiller

Box 18

Legal papers, bills, and receipts.

Physical Description: 114 items.
Box 18

Recipes.

Physical Description: 4 items.
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Envelope addressed to Mrs. FCS Schiller.

Box 18

Miscellaneous items.

Physical Description: 22 items.