File 1970-010/001(06) - Alexander, Samuel

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Alexander, Samuel

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  • 1892-1897, 1900, 1903, 1908-1911 (Creation)

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1 folder of texual records

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File consists of numerous typed, handwritten and transcribed excerpts of correspondence between Professor Samuel Alexander, President of The Aristotelian Society and Lecturer at Lincoln College, and VW, including typed statements and long dialogues between the two about Semantics and meaning. Alexander visited Denton in 1894. Includes a transcription of a letter written by Dr. Henry J. Watt of the Physiological Labratory of the University of Glasgow to Alexander. Keywords include: The Aristotelian Society, Leslie Stephen, Moral Order and Progress, Semantics, meaning, semse, signification, Sidgwick, Bonsanquet, Marshall, Harnack, Dogmengeschichte, logic, signification, interpretation, philosophy, Arthur Balfour, Stout, Galton, David Hogarth, Taylor, Problem of Conduct, nature of mental activity, Galton, the Infinite,Santaana, Lowes, images, immortality, consciousness,Heritics Club of Cambridge,

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  • H:\ARC\Welby, Victoria

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(Author of text on ethics and religion)

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ASt.Onge: Created from legacy finding aid and migrated January 2016.

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