MS 2131 - Thomas Reid, Professor of Moral Philosophy papers (The Birkwood Collection)
1 - Manuscripts and notebooks
2 - Manuscripts
3 - Manuscripts (notes on reading and letters)
4 - Manuscripts (lecture notes)
I - Manuscripts [lecture notes]
1 - 'Gentlemen. Before I enter upon the particular business of this Class...'
2 - 'Leibnitz informs us that he was early disgusted at the Philosophy of Aristotle.'
3 - 'Having now finished what I have to offer with regard to the improvement of the external Senses...' ; 'The Province we assign to common Sense is always something that implys judgement...'
4 - 'Of composition.'
5 - 'Of general Words or Terms.'
6 - 'Pneumatology. Part 2. Of the Culture of the Mind.' ; 'Of the improvement of Imagination...'
7 - 'Of memory.'
8 - 'Gen. Rules for directing us in the investigation of Truth.'
8a - 'We have now done with what relates to our Apprehension of things which are the Objects of Reasoning.' ; 'Nothing is of more importance in the Culture of our Rational powers, than to distinguish the Judgements of Nature.'
9 - 'Of Inductive Reasoning.'
10 - '3 Lect. We are now to take a general View of the Means by which this Favourite Child of Nature, the Human Mind is gradually reared...
11 - 'The organ of smelling is often hurt by particular disorders...'
12 - 'Culture of the senses. Head 1.'
13 - 'The objects of human knowledge are reducible to two general Heads, Body and Mind.'
14 - 'Fancy.'
15 - 'Of the Improvement of the faculty of Imagination.'
16 - 'Induction may be defined to a kind of reasoning.'
17 - 'Idola Theatri. Besides the more famous Sects.'
18 - '4 Lect. The 2d Source I mentioned of that Improvement which the Human Mind receives is Human Society.'
19 - 'Evidence is of two Kinds, Probable and Demonstrative.'
20 - 'We ought here to distinguish between Temperament and Character.'
21 - 'Hooker, Dr S. Clark, Balquy, Price, their system...’ ; 'Of probable reasoning.'
22 - 'Whether Mankind with regard to Morals always was and is the same.'; 'Of Contrariety.'
23 - 'A Physician finds in his patient the symptoms which have been accurately described by the learned of his faculty as the diagnosticks of a certain distemper.'
24 - 'Improvement of Moral Perception.'; 'Of the Culture of our Active Powers.'
25 - 'It is universally acknowledged that one great Cause of Error in Judgement among Mankind is that established Errors...are transmitted by Inheritance...'
26 - 'I come now to the third source of Culture to wit Education...; Of the Improvement of Memory...; Of the Improvement of Taste and Genius...'; 'Having considered the Impediments to the Discovery of Truth...'
27 - 'All the objects of Human Knowledge may be comprehended under the General Heads, Body and Mind.'
28 - '...of mixed Modes are equally Creatures of the Mind.'
29 - 'In these Lectures I intend to treat first of the Culture of the Human Mind...'
30 - 'Culture of Nature. 3 Lecture'; '4 lecture'; '2 Lect. 1. It is a Law of the human Constitution...'; 'Cult of the Mind. 2 Lect.'
31 - 'I intend in these Lectures to treat first of the Culture of the human mind...'
II - Manuscripts [lecture notes; pneumatology]
III - Manuscripts [mainly politics lecture notes and notes on reading]
5 - Manuscripts (mathematics)
6 - Manuscripts
7 - Manuscripts
8 - Manuscripts
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