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Articles 19471 - 19500 of 19642

Full-Text Articles in Philosophy

Toward A Comprehensive Definition Of International Law, Walter L. Farrell Jan 1945

Toward A Comprehensive Definition Of International Law, Walter L. Farrell

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The Philosophical Vocabulary Of St. Thomas Aquinas In De Veritate I, James E. Royce Jan 1945

The Philosophical Vocabulary Of St. Thomas Aquinas In De Veritate I, James E. Royce

Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Health Problems And Governmental Control: Excerpts Taken From The The Detroit Medical News, Official Publication Of The Wayne County Medical Society: Compulsion And The Intangibles, By The Former President, Detroit Catholic Physicians' Guild, Stanley W. Insley Oct 1944

Health Problems And Governmental Control: Excerpts Taken From The The Detroit Medical News, Official Publication Of The Wayne County Medical Society: Compulsion And The Intangibles, By The Former President, Detroit Catholic Physicians' Guild, Stanley W. Insley

The Linacre Quarterly

No abstract provided.


The Guilds Of Catholic Doctors In Europe, Carla Zawisch Jul 1944

The Guilds Of Catholic Doctors In Europe, Carla Zawisch

The Linacre Quarterly

No abstract provided.


Medical Mission Sisters Report 1943 Attendance Largest In History Of Mission Hospital, Medical Mission Sisters Jul 1944

Medical Mission Sisters Report 1943 Attendance Largest In History Of Mission Hospital, Medical Mission Sisters

The Linacre Quarterly

No abstract provided.


Guild Notes, Catholic Physicians' Guilds Jul 1944

Guild Notes, Catholic Physicians' Guilds

The Linacre Quarterly

No abstract provided.


Along Highway And Byway ..., Catholic Physicians' Guilds Jul 1944

Along Highway And Byway ..., Catholic Physicians' Guilds

The Linacre Quarterly

No abstract provided.


Catholic Viewpoints: With Reference To A National Health Program And The Wagner-Murray Bill, Alphonse S. Schwitalla Jul 1944

Catholic Viewpoints: With Reference To A National Health Program And The Wagner-Murray Bill, Alphonse S. Schwitalla

The Linacre Quarterly

No abstract provided.


Catholic Doctors Protest Harmful Medical Articles, Alver H. Kerper Jul 1944

Catholic Doctors Protest Harmful Medical Articles, Alver H. Kerper

The Linacre Quarterly

No abstract provided.


Our Catholic Literary History, Michael C. Brangan Jul 1944

Our Catholic Literary History, Michael C. Brangan

The Linacre Quarterly

No abstract provided.


In Memoriam: Ralph Robert Nix, James T. Nix Jul 1944

In Memoriam: Ralph Robert Nix, James T. Nix

The Linacre Quarterly

No abstract provided.


The Logico-Mathematical Philosophy Of Bertrand Arthur Russell, Elie Maynard Adams Apr 1944

The Logico-Mathematical Philosophy Of Bertrand Arthur Russell, Elie Maynard Adams

Master's Theses

The purpose of this study is to give a critical exposition of Bertrand Arthur Russell’s logico-mathematical philosophy. The thesis, which is the core of all his work on this subject, is the contention that logic and pure mathematics form a continuous whole, or as Russell himself states it : “They differ as boy and man: logic is the youth of mathematics and mathematics is the manhood of logic."


Kant's Idea Of The Origin Of Evil And Its Influence On Recent Theology, Wade Hamilton Boggs Jr. Apr 1944

Kant's Idea Of The Origin Of Evil And Its Influence On Recent Theology, Wade Hamilton Boggs Jr.

Master's Theses

Our problem is rather clearly and brlefly suggested in the title of this thesis. It is to ascertain and set forth Kant's idea of the origin of evil, and then to trace its influence upon recent theology. The problem is complicated by the act that there are contradictory positions set forth by Kant in different ones of his works. The problem is further complicated by the fact that while certain recent theologians of great contemporary influence have undoubtedly been influenced by Kant, they have been influenced only in certain particulars of their theology and not in others. lt is ...


[Book Review Of] The Nature And Treatment Of Mental Disorders, By Dom Thomas Verner Moore., Alberto Duque Jan 1944

[Book Review Of] The Nature And Treatment Of Mental Disorders, By Dom Thomas Verner Moore., Alberto Duque

The Linacre Quarterly

No abstract provided.


The Influence Of Machiavelli On Francis Bacon: A Critical Examination, Blanche E. Ferguson Jan 1944

The Influence Of Machiavelli On Francis Bacon: A Critical Examination, Blanche E. Ferguson

Graduate Thesis Collection

The association of the name of Francis Bacon with that of Niccolo Machiavelli is no novelty to the modern reader. But in most instances this association is brief and fleeting, possessed of a will-o'-the-wisp character that is at once unsatisfying and challenging. The natural conclusion to which one is tempted to leap is that Bacon, since he is the more recent in point of time, was influenced by the great Florentine in matters of philosophy and style. A second possibility is that both men were influenced by similar conditions of political and cultural backgrounds. A still further consideration lies ...


The Doctrine Of Being And Essence In Theodoric Of Freiberg And In St. Thomas Aquinas, Raymund M. Connor Jan 1944

The Doctrine Of Being And Essence In Theodoric Of Freiberg And In St. Thomas Aquinas, Raymund M. Connor

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The Analogy Of The Macrocosm And The Microcosm In The Though Of John Calvin, John Osman May 1943

The Analogy Of The Macrocosm And The Microcosm In The Though Of John Calvin, John Osman

Master's Theses

This thesis is offered as an original investigation into the thought of John Calvin. It maintains that the doctrine of the macrocosm and microcosm furnished Calvin's mind with his metaphysics. It contends that the doctrine is the architecture principle upon which Calvin built his system of thought.


First Matter In The Philosophy Of Suarez, Thomas Columbkille Vaughan Jan 1943

First Matter In The Philosophy Of Suarez, Thomas Columbkille Vaughan

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Some Ethical Aspects Of Stock Market Operations, Walter G. Becker Jan 1943

Some Ethical Aspects Of Stock Market Operations, Walter G. Becker

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Whitehead's Concept Of God As Compared With St. Thomas's Concept, Mary Vivia Milnor Jan 1943

Whitehead's Concept Of God As Compared With St. Thomas's Concept, Mary Vivia Milnor

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The Concept Of Providence In St. Augustine's Philosophy Of History, Roland E. Turnbull Jan 1943

The Concept Of Providence In St. Augustine's Philosophy Of History, Roland E. Turnbull

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


A Study Of Human Development Through Esthetic Experiences, Margaret Fox Winder Jan 1943

A Study Of Human Development Through Esthetic Experiences, Margaret Fox Winder

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Cyril Toumanoff, Medieval Georgian Historiographic Literature (Viith To Xvth Centuries), Cyril Toumanoff Dec 1942

Cyril Toumanoff, Medieval Georgian Historiographic Literature (Viith To Xvth Centuries), Cyril Toumanoff

Rebecca Gould

No abstract provided.


The Designer December 3, 1942, Students Of Risd Dec 1942

The Designer December 3, 1942, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The Designer was a student newspaper published in 1942. Three issues remain today. The first two issues are written by typewriter on loose sheaves of paper. This issue includes a poem discussing World War II, several editorials, and some brief news, all submitted by students.


Humane Education, Lillian Maude Mathewson May 1942

Humane Education, Lillian Maude Mathewson


The purpose of this thesis is to present an analysis of the developement and present status of humane education in the United States, its administration, aims, and methods. The field of humane education has this peculiarity, that while it has gained almost universal recognition as an important element in the child’s experience, it has as a general rule been provided not by the school itself but by an outside agency in cooperation with the school authorities. The reference is to the work of numerous state and city humane societies who have carried on as a part of their activities ...


The Designer April 1942, Students Of Risd Apr 1942

The Designer April 1942, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The Designer was a student newspaper published in 1942. Three issues remain today. The first two issues are written by typewriter on loose sheaves of paper. This issue includes several editorials and some brief news, all submitted by students.


To The Editor Of The Linacre Quarterly, M. J. Petty Apr 1942

To The Editor Of The Linacre Quarterly, M. J. Petty

The Linacre Quarterly

No abstract provided.


Leo Xiii And Philosophy, James Aylward Apr 1942

Leo Xiii And Philosophy, James Aylward

Philosophy Undergraduate Theses

The eighteenth century "philosopher” was a determined fighter, but a fighter with a malicious, destructive turn of mind. This iconoclast, not merely holding before himself the banner of philosophy but hiding behind its disarming folds, attacked religion whose very spirit, faith, he was determined to destroy in the name of reason. And the rationalist was confident that he held a powerful influence over society. For example, had his doctrines not transcended the speculative and brought about the French Revolution of 1789? Then his plea had been received by a deluded people: "Enlightenment, Progress, Reason.” How well did Leo XIII recognise ...


The Criterion Of Truth, Robert Gilmore Apr 1942

The Criterion Of Truth, Robert Gilmore

Philosophy Undergraduate Theses

"Criteriology is the science of true and certain knowledge," (1) and is mainly interested in the problem as to whether man can know things and have a true and valid knowledge of theme as they are in reality. It is concerned with the fact of truth and error in the philosophic and scientific fields, it points out that basis in reality upon which man can build all his knowledge an in virtue of which he can distinguish truth from error. Every problem of philosophy is really a problem of knowledge. We must distinguish truth from error. The study of the ...


The Designer March 1942, Students Of Risd Mar 1942

The Designer March 1942, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The Designer was a student newspaper published in 1942. Three issues remain today. The first two issues are written by typewriter on loose sheaves of paper. The issue of March 1, 1942 included information about club activities, art exhibitions, and student council notes. There were some speakers and activities that were related to World War II and the home front. This was the first issue so there was a plea for student participation.