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)
5 - Manuscripts (mathematics)
6 - Manuscripts
7 - Manuscripts
8 - Manuscripts
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1 - 'In that common and ancient Division of Virtue into Four heads Prudence Temperance Fortitude and Justice ....'; 'Jurisprudence.'
2 - 'Of the Duty we owe to the Supreme Being.' ; 'Fortitude.'; 'There are some persons who pretend to high Notions of Virtue and Honour...'
3 - 'We have considered the Duty which we are taught by Reason to pay to the Author of our Being...'
4 - 'The rights and obligations of men grounded upon the laws of Nature do not require deep or Subtile Reasoning to discover them...
5 - 'A Recapitulation of the Various Active Principles of the Human Mind.'
6 - 'Among the Adventitious Rights of Mankind, that of Property...'
7 - 'Of Succession to the Intestate.';. 'Of the Rights of punishment of Crimes...’ ; 'Book 2. Of the Rights and Duties arising from the Domestic Relations.'
8 - 'We have considered the Rights which the different Parts of a Political Body or State have...’
9 - 'Jurisprudence Part 3.'
10 - 'We have considered the Rights and Duties arising from the several Relations of the Domestic State. And it now Remains that we consider the Rights and Duties that arise from the Political State.'
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VI - Manuscripts
VII - Volume entitled 'Reid's Essays', transcribed from original notes
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