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Series II: Classified Papers

The Classification Scheme of the papers is as follows:

100 Classification with Subdivisions of 100: Lists of Courses Given at Columbia University

200 Classification with Subdivisions for 200-225: General Classification (Includes Index of Names)

500 Classification with Subdivisions of 500: Single Lectures and Addresses by Dr. Adler

600 Classification and Subdivisions of 600: Lecture Series by Dr. Adler; Berlin Lectures and German Material; Miscellaneous Manuscripts and Documents


Subseries II.1: Columbia Lectures (100)

The Classification with Subdivisions of 100, List of Courses Given at Columbia University:

1903: Ethical Philosophy; Political and Social Ethics; Psychology and Ethics; Ethical Philosophy; Political and Social Ethics

1903-1904: Moral Instruction

1904: Social Philosophy: The Ethical Theory of Society; The Present Situation; Moral Education in the High School (See also special papers)

1905: Personal Ethics; Psychology and Ethics;

1906: Vocational Ethics (See also student notes); Social Ethics (Notes by Mr. Sprague; Notes on Marx)

1907-7: Moral Education of the Adult

1907: Political Ethics (Student Notes also by Jackson)

1907-8: Ethical Philosophy

1908: Ethical Philosophy (See also student notes); Political Ethics; Social Ethics

1909-1910: Social Ethics

1910-1911: Ethical Development Throughout Life, Notes by Tsanoff; The Relation of Ethics to Religion

1911: Ethical Education Throughout Life; Moral Instruction (Mrs. Adler's notes); Ethical Systems

1911-1912: Social Reform

1912: Ethical Systems

1912-1913: Individual and Social Ethics

1913: Ethical Philosophy; Social Service

1913-1914: (Mr. O'Dell's notes)

1914: Metaphysical Background of Dr. Adler's Ethics; Ethical Theory

1914-1915: Application of Ethical Theory to Life (See also Mr. O'Dell's notes)

1915: Social Ethics

1915-1916: Ethical Philosophy

1916-1917: (Student notes- Jacobs The Ethics of Aristotle and Kent); Appraisement of Ethics Philosophies; (Student's papers--Winston, Jacobs, Neff, Wilson)

1917-1918: Main Problems of Ethics

1918-1919: Political Ethics

Undated Social Ethics

The detailed list of courses in the Container List is followed by a description of the main topics discussed in each course.



Box 21 Psychology and Ethics (Notes by Harold D. Clum), 1903

(1903 A. Ethical facts. Judgment. Relation of Psychology to Ethics. Psychology Materialistic, descriptive. Character. Polarities. Jekyl and Hyde. Shelley, Milton, Dickens, Hugo, Fox. Savonarola.

Ethical Opinion on Institutionalism. Empiricalism. Equality. Moral Obligation. Superstition. Sacerdotal Conscience. Categorical Imperative. The Evolutionists. The Utilitarians. Happiness Theory, Kant. Unconditional Obligation. Absolute Truth. Dr. Adler's System.)


Box 21 Ethical Philosophy, 1903 February-March

(1903 B. Relation of Psychology to Ethics. Spencer. The Utilitarians. Happiness Theory, Morality and the a priori. Moral End the Supreme End. Altruism. Darwin. Spencer's ideas of complexity and Synthesis not applicable to morality. Ideals of the State not realizable. Evolutionary theory in religion.)


Box 21 Ethical Philosophy, 1903 March-April

(1903 C. Outline of Kant's thought and criticism. Its Value, The a priori. Unconditional obligation. Moral End and the spiritual end. Green's argument - criticism. Summary of Weltanschauungen. Doctrine of Elicitation. Metaphysics of organism. Infinite manifold. Worth. Personality. Freedom.)


Box 21 Ethical Philosophy, 1903 April-May

(1903 D. Worth and uniqueness. The cardinal virtues. Organic conception and spirituality. Higher and Lower ends. Culture - Materialistic, intellectualistic. Vocations. Natural Aptitudes. Duties. Temperance. Buddism considered. Christian and modern points of view. Athleticism. Economics. Religion and Art.

Introduction to Political Ethics: Aristotle, Machiavelli, Rousseau. American politics. The state in antiquity. Greece and Rome. Vocational Representation. Public and private Morality)



Box 22 Politics and Social Ethics, 1903 February

(1903 E & F. Introductory. Student attitude. Few ethical teachers. Independence of Ethics as a science. Moral code. Social utility. Difficulty of ethical inquiry. Causes of error. Sketch of Course: Science of character-individual and national. Variations of judgment. Kent and the Evolutionists. The Field of Personal ethics. Paternal, Filial, and Fraternal Relations. Justice and Benevolence. Political ethics. Concept of the state. Sovereignty, Aristocracy, Democracy, Socialism.)


Box 22 Politics and Social Ethics, 1903 March

(1903 G. Spencer and Mill. The z priori. Happiness and complexity. Ethics of evolution. Complexity non-moral. Race preservation and happiness unsatisfactory as an end. Suicide - Why not? The Ought.)


Box 22 Politics and Social Ethics, 1903 March

(1903 H. Kant; morality. Kant: personal ethics. Green's system of ethics. Morality (Green). Ethical systems (Kant/Green); human society an organism.)


Box 22 Politics and Social Ethics, 1903 April

(1903 I. Organization. The word "spiritual". Unity and Plurality. Indispensableness, Uniqueness, Indefeasibility. The Ethical Rule: So ? and Lower nature. Applications of ethical theory - to the undeveloped, to parents and children. Friendship. Marriage. Lincoln. The preacher. Classification of duties. The Greek classification. Static and dynamic conception. Self-regarding and other regarding duties. Temperance. Asceticism. Friendship, Marriage, the Vocation.)


Box 22 Politics and Social Ethics, 1903 April

(1903 J. Culture-Intellectual, aesthetic, ethical. The Greek view. The practical aim. Its spiritual reaction. Its fruitfulness. Specialism. The religious teacher. Macchiavelli. Defects of the community will. Greed and ambition. Political gangsters. Subordination of public to private interest. Indifference. Party loyalty. Unreasoning political passion. Crowd psychology.)


Box 22 Politics and Social Ethics, 1903 May

(1903 K. The State. The National Genius. Interdependence and interaction of groups. Bluntschli and Burgess. Science and Art criticisms of life. The Teacher. What to teach? Sovereignty and political obligation. Anarchy and religious persecution. Democracy. Collective action. Obedience. Representative government. Aristotle. Roman citizenship. Feudalism. 3 Estates. The individual and the social unit. Groups ignored. Political organizations. Preponderance of lawyers.)


Box 22 Politics and Social Ethics, 1903 May

(1903 L. Representative government founded on social groups. Importance of leadership. Objections - inequality of representation, Encouragement of class feeling. The Upper House. The two party system. Benoist-l'etat moderne. Ostrogorski - leagues instead of parties. Vocational representation. Public and Private morality. Duties of the citizen. Casuistical questions.)


Box 22 Moral Instruction, 1903-1904

(1903-1904. Mormonism. French System of moral instruction. Fouille - Education from a National Standpoint. Ethics and Physical Science. A National system of moral instruction.)


Box 22 Social Philosophy: The Ethical Theory of 1904 Society, 1904 February-March, 1904, 1904 February-March

(1904 A. Motives of Social Reform. Critique of Socialism. Stammlet (critique) Biological Society (critique) Definition of the concept Society. Order and law. Genius. Chinene, Greeks, Persians. Definition of telos - ethical end. Analogy and induction. Education of children and adults. Giddings.)


Box 22 Social Philosophy: The Ethical Theory of 1904 Society, 1904 March-April, 1904, 1904 March-April

(1904 B. Organism. Uniqueness. Worth and Originality. Excellence. Unconditional obligation. Freedom and Determinism. Personal ethics: Family - Patriarchial, Democratic, ethical. Marriage - Parental and Filial Relations. School Vocation. The State. International Society. The Church.)



Box 23 The Present Situation, 1904 April-May

(1904 C. Manual Labor. Social Service Commerce and Industrial Professions. Wealth seeking. Trusteeship of wealth. Interrelationship of Functions. Sickness and suffering. Leadership - the employer. Insistence on Progress. Unions. Social Settlements.)


Box 23 Moral Education in the High School, 1904

(1904 D. Dangers to be avoided. Force and Freedom. Slavery. The moral personality. Plato and Aristotle. Personal duties. Duty a system of relations. Dewey - "School and Society". Brotherhood.)


Box 23 Special Papers, 1904

(1904. Marriage and the vocations. Definition of Society. Pedagogical considerations and the theory of Society. Socia1 Settlements. Giddings' princip1es of Sociology. Seligman's Economic Interpretation of history. Outcome of University Lectures.)


Box 23 Personal Ethics, 1905

(1905. Modern Ethical Nihilism. Suicide. Ideals of Culture. Training of the Will. Systems of self-discipline. Various ends. Ethical End consistent with others. Syicide. The Stoic View. Kant. Plato. Christian view. Altruism. Schopenhauer. Seneca. Self-~realization. Vision of Sir LaunfaL. Meaning of spiritual. Unity and difference. Duties near and remote. Provisional and Ultimate ends.)


Box 23 Personal Ethics, 1905

(1905 A. Truth. Education. Duties. Death. Pride. Self-Discipline. (Mrs. Adler's notes)


Box 23 Personal Ethics, 1905

(1905 B. Student Notes)


Box 23 Philosophy 18, 1905

(1905 B-1. Student Notes)


Box 23 Personal Ethics, 1905 March-May

(1905 C. Unity and Difference - Synthesis Suicide. Object of existence. Temperance. Asceticism. Dwelling Houses. Greek View. Instrumental View. Art. The kinship of ethics. Truthfulness. The world of illusion. Science. Culture. Arnold. Art and morals. Culture and the laboring man. Specialization. Duties and the Will-passive and active. Fear and courage. Empirical and moral selDeath. Forgiveness.)


Box 23 Psychology and Ethics, 1905

(1905 D. Differentials of Impetus. Ethics as a Science. Hoeffding's Elements of Psychology. Hall "Genetic Psychology". Plato's Republic. Training of the will - of the Feelings. Strength of fixed ideas. Particular faults and virtues. Self knowledge and its difficulties.)


Box 23 Vocational Ethics, 1906

(Introductory considerations. Freedom. Goethe's "Wilwlm Meister". Vocations: Military, Judge, Religious Teacher. Life as Work of Art. Value of Academic spirit. Freedom of the will. Social Reform - outcome of social conscience. Duality of Character. Labor and Property. Freedom of contract. Sombart's Socialism. Marx. Justice (Seligman) Introduction to second term.)


Box 23 Student Notes, 1906


Box 23 Student Notes, 1906

(1906 A. Social Reform and Social Conflict. War. Socialism. Brotherhood. Property. The State. The Family.)



Box 24 Social Ethics, 1906

(1906 B. Social Reform and Social Morality. Individualism. Poverty and Wealth. Socialism. The Social Ideal. Leadership. Reform Movements. Responsibility. Interconnection of Social phenomena. War. Its Causes. Its Virtues. Socialism. The Hero. Marz. Hegel. Materialism. The social organism. Agriculture and Religion. Ideals and Economic conditions. Individualism. Feudalism. Japan. Rome. Seligman criticized. Hebrew and Christian Religion. Labor Question. Laissez-Faire. Fraternity. Christian Socialism. Altruism)


Box 24 Social Ethics, 1906

(1906 C. Socialism criticized. Worth. Distinctiveness. Drudgery. Carlyle. 'Work. Hedonism. Service. Attainment of Personality. Sex. Science and Religion. Labor Question. Aristotle. Goethe. Carlyle. Vocations. Religious teacher.)


Box 24 Social Ethics, 1906

(1906 D. Property-Private, collective, State. Personal relation and Freedom. Social Institutions. Social Reform. Rights. Justice.)


Box 24 Synopsis by Mr. Sprague, 1906

(1906 E)


Box 24 Supplement (Notes on Marx), 1906

(1906 F)


Box 24 Social Ethics, 1906 circa February 7-March 28, 1906

(1906 G. Marx's Theory. Summary of course. Work and incentives. War and International Society. The nature of conflict. Corollaries of Doctrine of Labor. Steps in Civilization. Feudalism. Social Ideals. Race Frictions. Fraternity and the social motive. Are we Socialists.)


Box 24 Social Ethics, 1906 March 30-May 9

(1906 H. Manual Laborer and Employer. Slavery, Serfdom. The contract system, Reforming the personal relation. The Clergyman, the Lawyer, the Laborer. Carlyle's doctrine of work, Hero-workshop. Spirit of order. Rights of property (Paulsen). Ethics of Property. Ownership of land. Group property. Private and state property. Place of the family. Social reform. Economic justice. Force in social reform.


Box 24 Moral Education of the Adult, 1906-1907

(Notebook)


Box 24 Moral Education of the Adult, 1906-1907

(Functional View of the profession. Limitation of Freedom. The Religious teacher. Marriage. The Cosmic Outlook. Moral perfection and the end. End per se. Unconditional obligation. Kant's formula. The spiritual organism. Kant's Tugendlehre. Fichte's Sittenlehre, and the Idea of an Ethical Society.)



Box 25 Student Notes (Jackson), 1907 February-April

(Political Ethics, with special application to ideas of American democracy and duties of American citizenship. (also notes by Mackenzie.)


Box 25 Political Ethics, 1907 February

(Ethics and Morality. The State. Frazer on Kingship. The State as an organism. The nation. Nature of the State. The scholar and the republic. Political duties. Authority. Divinity of Kings. Greek states. Plato and Aristotle. Giercke - Political Theory of the Middle Ages. Hobbes - Sovereignty.)


Box 25 Political Ethics, 1907 March-April

(1907 A. Davidson on Rousseau. Hobbes and Locke. A Liberty, Equality, Representation. Kant's contract theory. Purpose of the State. Political duties. Kant's doctrine of Law. Ethical theory of the State. Use of Force. Political duties of the citizen. War.)


Box 25 Political Ethics, 1907 April

(1907 B. Duties of the citizen in the administration. Taxation. Theory and punishment in connection with Jury Duty. Guizot and representative government. Rousseau. Democracy. Limited Suffrage. Organic representation. Bluntschli. Church and State.)


Box 25 Ethical Philosophy, 1907-1908

(1907-1908 A. Aristotle. Kant. Leibnitz. Monotheism. Pluralism. Worth.)


Box 25 Ethical Philosophy, 1908

(1908 A. Suicide. Temperance. Conflict of Duties. Justice. The Family. Vocation. Marriage.)


Box 25 Student's Notes, 1908

(1908 B. Ethics Based on the Organic Ideal.)


Box 25 Political Ethics, 1908 February-March

(1908 A-2. Lord Pryce. Foreign criticism. Political thinking in the US. Changes taking place. DeTocqueville. Finding rulers. Duty of self-activity. Representation. Sovereignty. Moral Freedom as the basis for civil and religious liberty. Criticism of certain commonplaces. Defects of American polities. Henry Adams. Jefferson Administration. Manufacturing and Agriculture. Rule of the majority.)


Box 25 Political Ethics, 1908 March-May

(1908 B-a. Justice. The common good. The good of all. The Good of Society. The Convention theory. Faults and Remedies. New Definition of Democracy. Defects of the legislature. The two party system. Calhoun. Political liberty. Liberty and equality of economic life. Equality of opportunity. The economic problem. Democracy and religion. Strikes and the Boycott. Popular self-government.)


Box 25 Social Ethics, 1908 February-March

(1908 C. DeTocqueville. Democracy. Self-interest Self-sacrifice. Wealth. Privilege. Equality Negative definition. Moral Definition Government. Actual and potential Excellence. Liberty- John Stuart Hill. HadleyFreedom and Responsibility. Moral Freedom Discipline and Law. Civil Liberty. Family, School, Vocation.)


Box 25 Social Ethics, 1909 April-1910 October

(Student Notes. The Social Problem•. Moral and Ethical. Disagreement of Ethical Philosophers. Idea of Rightness fundamental. Ends and the Supreme end. The Golden Rule. Darwin. Plato. The Organic Principle. Elicitation. Service. Brotherhood. Buddhism. Christianity. Altruism. Egotism. The simple life. Self-discipline. Unconditional obligation. Friendship. Justice. Charity. Three-fold reverence. Worth. Socialism. Labor. Vocation.)


Box 25 Political Ethics, 1910 February-April

[Not Received]

(Doctrine of Elicitation, The Simple Life, Justice, Three-fold Reverence, Ethics of the Vocation, Ethical Irony, Gospel of Freedom and Unfreedom.)


Box 25 Political Ethics, 1910

(1910 A. Democracy, Monarchy, Government by the people, De Tocqueville, Puritans, French & American idea of Equality.)



Box 26 Political Ethics, 1910

(1910 B. Declaration of Independence, Historical periods of American History, Individualistic & Socialistic Attitude, Washington &Lincoln, Slavery - Evolutionary view, American Concept of Liberty, Liberty &Education.)


Box 26 Political Ethics, 1910

(1910 C. American Concept of Liberty deficient, Social conception of Liberty, Justification of Force - social pressure, Humanizing of vocations &occupations, Representation t Private &Public Interest, Proportional Representation, School & Social Ideal.)


Box 26 Ethical Development Throughout Life, 1910-1911

(1910-1911 A and A-1. Notes by Tsanof I. Changed Religious outlook, II The supremacy of the Ethical End. The Golden Rule, etc., III Childhood, IV Religious Training of Children. Bible Stories., V Adolescence, VI Friendship, VII Early Middle Life, III Later Middle Life; Political Life)


Box 26 The Relation of Ethics to Religion, 1910-1911

(1910-1911 B. Critique of Kant. Spencer, Max Mueller, Jastrow. Hebraism. Roman Religion. Kant's conception of religion. Schleiermacher's discourses. Totemism, Animism, Polytheism, Evolution. Dr. Adler's system. Fraser. Jevons. Chinese Re1igion. Middhism. Brahmanism. Mormonism. Argument from design. Socrates. Hebrew, Christian and Ethical religions.)


Box 26 The Relation of Ethics to Religion, 1910 October 7-1911 March 1

(Continued. 1910-1911 C. Protestantism a dying Faith. Syndicalism in France. Definitions of Religion. Kant. Schleiermacher. Tolstoi. Jevons, Fraser. Pantheism. The Stoics. Spinoza. Immortality. Hebrew Religion. Christianity. Ethical Religion. Emerson. Buddhism. Persian Religion. Mohammedanism.)


Box 26 Ethical Education Throughout Life, 1911 February-March

(1911 A. Need for Moral Education. Common Fund of moral belief- Cleanliness, order, self control (anger, vanity pride), truthfulness, gratitude, respect for property. Moral Education in France, England, America. No common consensus in any given society. Democracy as the object. Worth- moral end inclusive. Moral teaching as national self-preservation. Successive periods of life. The supreme end. Golden rule. Vertical and horizontal conception. Worth and Value. Organism. Law and Liberty.)


Box 26 Ethical Education Throughout Life, 1911 March 7-April 27, 1911 March

(Continued. 1911 B. Authority. 3-fold reverence. Contingent and necessary relations. Childhood. N.T. stories. Adolescence. Kant's formula. Sameness and difference. Apprenticeship. Friendship. Emerson. Pythagoras. Patriotism. Stoicism. Religion. Doubts. Sin, conversion. The Infinite End per se. Middle Life. Mental and moral defects. Marriage. Vocations. Mastership. Abdication. The last outlook.)


Box 26 Moral Instruction, 1911

(1911 C. Notes dictated to Mrs. Adler same as A and B)


Box 26 Ethical Systems, 1911 October-December

(1911 D. Socrates. Diogenes. Antisthenes. Plato- "The Republic". Pythagoras. The organic conception.)


Box 26 Social Reform, 1911-1912

(Socialism. Meliorism. Vocationalism. Stirner, Proudhon, Nietzsche. Kelly (socialism), Stoicism, Cynicism, Anarchism. Bakhounin, Hillquit, Kautzsky, Tolstoi, Von Humboldt. Princep Kropotkin. Law and Liberty. Bernstein (Evolutionary Socialism) Economic interpretation of history. Brotherhood. Mechanization of life. Woman's relation to the ascent of society. Duties and rights. Science, Invention. Spiritual Principle of Social Reform. Education. Personality and the church.)



Box 27 Social Reform, 1911-1912

(1911-1912 A. Mrs. Adler's Notes. Alos papers by three students - McMackin, Coldstein, and one anon.)


Box 27 Ethical Systems, 1912 January-April

(Continued. 1912 E. Systematic ethics. Artist's point of view. Aristotle. The Stoics. Marcus Aurelius and Epictetus. Epicurus. Hume and Kant. Freedom and Necessity. Critique of pure reason. The empirical character. The moral, law. The selEthical end empirica1 manifold. End per se. The telic concept.)


Box 27 Individual and Social Ethics, 1912 October-1913 January

(1912-1913 A. The moral end supreme. The intellectual end, the aesthetic end. Methods of physical science not applicable to ethics. The metaphysical approach. United and multiplicity. Moral Fallacies. Kant's Formula. Universality and Necessity. What is a moral act. Worth as a constituent of ultimate reality. End implies organism. The spiritual manifold. Individuality and Personality. Doctrine of sin. The Problem of suffering.)


Box 27 Ethical Philosophy, 1913 January-March

(1913 A. Transcendence as against supernaturalism. Eternal Life and the Divine. Doctrine of Sin. Bergson. Kant's categories. Additional notes on perfection. Substance. Causality, Reciprocity. Organic idea and freedom of the will. Freedom and determinism. The Noumenon. Functional finalities. Uniqueness.)


Box 27 Ethical Philosophy, 1913 April-May

(Continued. 1913 B. The unique personality. Finding the infinite nature in another. Definition - Matter and spirit. Relation of the organic principle to the virtues - May 1, notes of Gertrude Bussey. Applications - Sickness, suffering, bereavement and holiness experience. Rationalizing the infinite. Science. Darwinism. The general rule. Worth. Plus and minus qualities and virtue. Christianity and socialism.)


Box 27 Social Service, 1913

(1913 C. Weakness of evolutionary theory. Service to others. Sympathy. Christian irony. Charity. Means and ends. The family model criticized. Pursuit of wealth. Absolute right and the moral law. Spencer. Evolutionary ethics. The problem of evil.)


Box 27 (Mr. O'Dell's Notes), 1913-1914


Box 27 Metaphysical Background of Dr. Adler's Ethics, 1914

(1914 A & B. A. Kant. Worth. Buddhism. Emerson. Stoicism. Social justice. Plato, Aristotle, Mill. Equality, Fraternity, Wealth, Marriage, National types. International Peace. B. Kant and the Ontological Argument of Anselmus. Funcationalities instead of innate ideas. Synthesis. Ethical manifold. End per se. Unity and Diversity. Ethical Verification. Sickness, Bereavement, Pain. New Approach to Commandments. Positive definition of spirit. Christian and Hebrew morality.)


Box 27 Ethical Theory, 1914

(1914 C. (Also Notes by Mr. O'Dell. Moore's ethics and Principia. Value and Worth. Pursuit of pleasure no obligation. End per se. The content of the ethical ideal. Two notions of finality. St. Jerome. Concept of necessity a vinculum. Kant and end per se. Categories of moral opinion and Practice. New content of moral experience. Progress. Theory of assonances. The moral Ought, the logical ought. Moral vestigia. Christian ideal. St. Francis. Tolstoi. Thomas a Kempis. Moral history reviewed. Three steps. Patria potestas etc. The main ethical problem. Criticism of Nietzsche.)


Box 27 Application of Ethical Theory to Life, 1914-1915

(1914-1915 A. Nationalism-Psychological factors. Selfishness. Individual and national justice. Holiness experience and parasitism. Doctrine of substance. The sublime experiences. Divorce.)


Box 27 Application of Ethical Theory to Life, 1914-1915

(1914-1915 B. The family and its prime importance as the prime ethical unit. Ethics of Family. The vocation. Ethical program of social reform. International relations or the concept of humanity. The empirical scheme. Straits in which the human race finds itselIndividual and national justice Germany and its evolution (Lichtenberger). )


Box 27 (Mr. O'Dell's Notes), 1914-1915

(1914-1915 C.)


Box 27 Social Ethics, 1915

(Aristotle. Problem of Democracy - Impeachment of - Vindication oGerman and English systems. Rousseau - Social Contract. Mill. Hobson's "Imperialism" Representation in national life. Results of American democracy. American type. Individual equality. Democratical ideal of liberty. How to inculcate Americanism in the young.)



Box 28 Ethical Philosophy, 1915-1916


Box 28 Part I, 1915 October 1-1916 February 9

((The Family and the State) Plato, Kant.)


Box 28 Part II, 1916 February 11-March 10, 1916 February

(Aristotle, Hegel, Fichte, Grotius, Zeller (on Aristotle). Fichte (on Pluntschli), Thilly on Fichte and Hegel. Schelling.)


Box 28 Part III, 1916 March 17-May 5, 1916 March

(Willoughby. Notes on Sovereignty.)


Religion and Ethics, 1916-1917


Box 28 Part I, 1916 September-December

(Durkheim - Elementary forms of the Religious life. The concept of law in social science. Totemism and animism. Mexican religion. Religion and ethics in ancient Egypt. Buddhism. Persian religion. Zoroastrianism. Brahmism.)


Box 28 Part II, 1917 January-May

(Restrictions on War. Mohammedanism. Huxley. Evolution and ethics. Chinese religion. Confucianism. Hebrew religion. Job. Christian ethics.)


Box 28 Part III, undated

(Cannibalism. De la Saussaye - Manual of History of Religions. Tiels - Elements of the science of religion. Joyce - Mexican archeology. Asceticism. Hutronge - Lectures on Mohammedanism. The Koran.)


Box 28 (Student's Notes - Jacobs), 1917

(The Ethics of Aristotle And Kant)


Box 28 Appraisement of Ethical Philosophies, 1917 February-May

(1917 A. Aristotle and Plato. Kant- Categorical Imperative and Capital Punishment. Precursors of Aristotle. Socrates. Doctrine of the Mean. Hume's skepsis. Aristotle's Ethics.)


Box 28 (Student's Papers re: Kant, Aristotle), 1917

(1917 B. By Winston, Jacobs, Neff, Wilson.)


Box 28 Main Problems of Ethics, 1917 September-1918 February 8, 1917 September-1918 February

(The War situation (Butler and Lafollette) The problem of Aristotle, Plato, Christianity, Buddha , Our prob1em - Worth, Personality, etc. Extra beliefs vs. Ethical Experience. Freedom of speech in University and Church. Attitude toward Germany discussed. Mill's Utilitarianism. Ethics distinguished from morals. "Loyalty" -Royce, James- Moral Equivalents of War. The Pragmatic position. Dewey and 'Tufts "Moral Theory". National Unity. Interdependence and spiritual, universe. Origen and origin of evil. Types of evil.)


Box 28 Main Problems of Ethics, 1918 February 15-May, 1918 February

(Leibnitz. Evils listed. Three attributes: agnostic, theological, ethical. Notes on Origen. St. Augustine. Natural and Moral Ends. The spiritual ideal. Evolution. Perfection. The ontological argument. The idea of organism. The ethical experience. The spiritual relation. Sympathy. Sickness, bereavement, oppression, sin. Irremediable evils. Freedom of will. Transcendental derivation. Student's Notes - Gutmann, Randall, Rosenbaum, Wikander. )


Box 28 Political Ethics, 1918 October-1919 January

(Three impulses at work in the war. Cole's book and Henderson's program. Transformation of attitude required. Anger and hate. Criticism of Bridges. League of nations. Right of secession. National self-determination. Treitschke. Hegel. Aristotle's conception of Freedom. St. Augustine. Rousseau. Campbell's "Greek Religion". The State in "The Ethical Philosophy of Life.")



Box 29 Social Ethics (1), Undated

[Not Received]

(Remuneration of services. Schmoller. The church and the labor question. Relation of the State to economic progress.)


Box 29 Social Ethics (2), Undated

[Not Received]

(Socialism. (Ethics of Renumeration. Organization of Industries. "Das Kapital.") )


Box 29 Miscellaneous Course Notes, Undated

(Doctrine of the soul., Does the world owe you a living? Economic justice. Equality of opportunity. Ethical ideal. Ethical theory. Ethics. Ethics - Notes. Henry Adams. Incongruities or paradoxes in human existence, Justice. Memoranda for University lectures. Newark boycott. Originality and discipleship. Political liberty. Popular self-government. Property. Relations of manufacturing and agriculture. Representation. Rights of the individual. The social sense. Sovereignty. Spiritual ideal. Spinoza. Unitary personality. The witness to moral personality in recovery from sin. Worth vs: value. The wounded self-consciousness of the wealthy.)


Box 29 Miscellaneous Lectures

(Philosophy Club. Meetings of the Philosophical Club, 1901, 1915, 1917, 1924 Notes for the Philosophy Club: the meaning of culture.)


Box 29 Miscellaneous Lectures

(English Club. Notes for a talk: The technique of expression in English.)


Box 29 Miscellaneous Lectures, 1916 March 9

(Teachers College Lecture)


Subseries II.2. General Classification (200)

The General Classification for 200-225 is as follows:

200 Dr. Adler

201 Ethical Society (Ethical Culture, or Ethical Involvement)

201.01 Leadership

201.02 Ceremonies

201.03 Glenmore Conferences

202 Groups in the Ethical Society

203 Ethical Education

203.01 Adult Moral Education

203.02 Discipline

203.03 Culture (For Oxford Lectures on Culture, see 602)

203.04 Psychology

203.05 Berlin Lectures (memo)

203.06 Education (miscellaneous)

204 Ethical School

204a Addresses to

204.01 High School

204.02 Pre-Professional School

204.02 Business School

204.03 History Teaching

204.04 Ethics Teaching – Sunday School – Moral Instruction of Children

204.05 English Teaching – Studies in English

204.06 Ethics Lessons

204.07 School Festivals

204.08 Ethical Manual or Vade Mecum

204.09 Addresses to Teachers – Round Table Talks with Teachers

205 Letters

206 Conversations

207 Conferences with Leaders

208 Bible

-Old Testament

-New Testament

208.01 Reinterpretations

209 Philosophy

-Dr. Adler's Philosophy

-Educational Philosophy

General

209.01 Kant

209.02 German Philosophy – Hagel

209.03 John Stuart Mill

209.04 Hobbes (Lebiathan)

209.04 English and American

209.05 Ethical Theory

209.06 Plato

209.07 Green's Prolegomena

209.08 Evolution

209.10 Philosophy Club Notes

210 Theology and Theologians

-Martin Luther

-Saint Augustine

210.01 Catholic Church

210.02 Miscellaneous

210.03 Christian subjects

210.04 Ibn Pahya

210.05 Ethical Religion (address notes)

210.06 Religion – general

210.07 Non-Christian Reglions

211 Greek and Roman Classics

212 Miscellaneous

-Embroiderers of Vosges and Building Societies

-Commerce

-The Standard

-Foreign Language Studies

213 Biographical (On Others)

-Thomas Carlyle

-Rousseau

-Biographical Notes (various)

-Matthew Arnold

-Emerson

213.01 Character studies (polarities or inconcinnities)

214 Jewish Subjects

215 Poets and Poetry

215.01 Dante

215.02 Shakespeare

215.03 Goethe

216 Jottings

216.01 Reflections

217 Books (Notes On)

217.01 Goit "The Soul of American" &c.

218 Morality and Ethics

-Individual Ethics

-Ethico-Religious topics

-Public and Private Morality

-Ethical Definitions

-Ethics (Miscellaneous Notes)

218.01 Personal Reflections

218.02 Death, Suicide, Consolations, Immortality

218.03 Woman, Love, Feminism, etc.

218.03 Marriage and Divorce

218.03 Womanhood, the Social Evil, Family

218.03 Talks to Women

218.04 Imperfect Relations

219 Religion

-Religious Topics Discussed

-Concerning Spirituality

-Religious Topics (continued)

-Concerning Spirituality

-Religious Books

-Symbolism, Mysticism, etc.

-The Idea of God

-The Soul and Body of a Religion

220 Politics

-Political Ethics Circle, 1897-1900

-American Politics

-Politics (General)

220.01 The World War

220.01 War and Peace

220.01 Political Subjects

220.01 The Philippines

220.01 Municipal Politics – Democracy

220.01 Political Questions

221 Sociology and Economics

-Webb's "Industrial Democracy"

-Economics

-Property

-Stammler "Wirtschaft und Recht"

-Labor and Social Problems

-Labor

-Social Science, Social Law (Berth)

-Sociology

-Socialism, Property, Social Reform

-Social topics (Miscellaneous)

-Social Settlements

-Social Topics (continued)

-The Negro Problem

-Social Institutions

-Child Labor

-Progress

-Housing in all countries

221a National Types

221a Ostrogorski (America)

222 History – Miscellaneous Notes on

223 Law – Miscellaneous Notes on

224 Science – Notes relating to Science

225 Art and Aesthetics – Music and Dancing

The name index for the 200 classification is arranged by name, followed by the classification number, and the folder number within that classification number. The index has been converted from an older document; in some cases the numbers were unclear on the original. The index is as follows:

Abbot of Cluny 213.01--4

Abelard 213.01--1

Abraham 208--1a

Adler, Henry 213--3

Adler, Dr. Felix 200--1 to 8

Adler, Mrs. Frida 201.02--2

Adler, Dr. Isaac 213.01--1, 7

Adler, Mrs. Isaac 201.02--2

Aeschuylus 211--3

Agricola 211--1

Alexander the Great 213.01--1, 6

Allen 224--1

Altamira 222--1

A1thusius 212.01--1

A1tschul- 201.02--2c

Amos 208--1b

Angell-203.04--1

Anselm, Saint 210.2--3

Antigone 211--2

Aquinas 210.02--3

Ariel 217--1

Aristophanes 211--3

Aristotle- 209.03--1, 2 and 225--1

Armstrong 213.01--6

Arnet 206--1

Arnold, Matthew 213--4

Arrhenius 224--1

Athanasius 213.01--1

Atkins 206--2

Augustine, Saint 203---8 and 210--2

Augustus Caesar 213.01--1

B., Irma 201.02--2c

B.L.D. 206--2

Bacon, Francis 217--3

Bagehot 220--3

Baker, Ray S. 206--1

Bakewell 206--2

Baillie 213.01--9

Baldwin 201.03--3a

Baldwin 221--6

Baldwin, W.H. 201.03--2

Balfour 220.01--l

Ballin 213--3

Barras 219--3a and 217--3

Barc1ay 209.04--3

Barnes, Earl 213.01--8

Barrows 206--2

Barth 221--5

Bayard 213.01--6

Bebel 218.03--3

Bergson 209.08--1

Berlioz 213.01-- 1

Bernard (Saint) 213.01--1

Bernstorff 217--1

Bertrand, L. 210--2

Bewer 208--1

Binge 201.02--2a

Bishop 213.03---2

Bismarck 213.01---9

Bitter 201.02--2a

Black 201.01--3

Blaine 220--2

Bloch 201--1

Blumenthal 201.02--2a

Bodin 213.01---1

Boehme, Jacob 213 .01--1

Boemke, Dr. 206--2

Boethius 211--1

Bonaventura 210.01--1

Booth 221--4a

Posuet 217--1

Bourget 217--3

Bradley 215.02--1 and 221--9a

Brailsford 217--2 and 220.01--5

Brandeis 206--1

Brehn 203.04--1

Brentano 221--4a

Bridges 201--6 and 205--1

Brill 201.02--3

Brooks, Philipps 213--3

Browne 217--3

Bruce 203--2

Browning 213.01--4

Bruere 206--4

Bruno 213.01--1

Bryce 220.01--1, 4 and 222--2

Buddha 210.06--1a, 1b, and 213.01---9

Burgess 223--1 and 222--2

Burkhardt 222-3

Burke 213.01--6

Burnham 203.04--1

Burr 219--3a

Buschman 209--1

Bussey 209.05--1

Butler 201.02--3, 203.06--2, 205--1, and 205--2

Byron 213--3

C. 201.02--2a

Caesar 211--2 and 213.01--1

Calderon 217--1

Calpurnia 211--2

Calvin 210.03--2 and 217--3

Campanella 213.01--1

Canning 213.01--8

Cardozo 223--1

Carlyle 204.05--2, 213--1, and 213.01--3,4,5

Catherine of Sienna 213.01--5

Catherine the Great 213.01--5

Cato the Edler 213.01--7

Cervantes 217--3

Chapin 206--1

Chapman 211-1

Chatham 213.01--6

Cheyney 222--2

Christopher 205--1

Chrysostom 213.01--3

Chubb 205--1 and 206--1

Cicero 211--3

Clemenceau 213.01--3

Cohen 209.05--1

Cohen 209-02--1

Cohen 209--3b

Cohen, Barbara 201.02--2a

Cohen, Bernard 201.02--2a

Cohen, Julius H. 205--1

Cohn 218.03--1

Coit Stanton 205--1,2 and 217.01--1

Coleridge 217--3

Columbus 213.01--3

Comte 209--3a

Constantine 213.01--3

Copernicus 213.01--1

Cossar 221--2a

Cranmer 213.01--1

Croft 212--4

Crompton 221--4

Cromwell 213--1,3 and 213.01--1

Crutwell 211--2

Cumberland 217--3

Cybeline 215.02--1

Cyril of Alexandria 213.01--3

Da Feltre 213.01--2

Damien, Father 210.02--2

Daniels, Dr. 206--2

Dante 209.04--3 and 209.08--1

David 208--1a

Davidson 201.02--2a

Davidson, Mrs. 201.02--2c

Davies 202--6 and 222--4

Day 212--2

Deland, Mrs. M. 205--1

De La Saussays 210.06--1a

De Medici (See Medici)

Demeter 211--2

Demosthenes 213.01--3

Dennis 210.03--1

Descartes 209--3b and 213.01--6

Dewey 203.05--1, 203.04--1, and 209.05--1

Dickinson 223--1

Dominicans 210.01--1

Donai 201.02--2a

Donatello 213.01--2

Donne 217--2

Drew 206--4

Drummond 205--2

Dubois 221--10

Dubnow 214--2

Duncker 210.06--1a

Dunning 210.02--3

Durkheim 210--3a

Duveneck 205--8

Earnshaw 205--1

Edwards 217--4

Eggleston 204.03--2

Einstein 209.08--1

Eisler 209.02--1a

Eliot, George 213-01--4 and 217--1

Elliott, Dr. 201.02--2a, 205--1, 206--1, 206--4, and 207--1

Ellesburgh, Dr. 201.02--2c

Emerson, Huntington 204.02--1a

Emerson, Ralph Waldo 204.02--1a and 213--5

Enelow 214--1

Epictetus 209--3b

Epicurus 211---2

Epictetus 209--3b

Erasmus 213.01--5

Erdmen 209-06--1

Euripides 211--3

Ewald 217--1

Farrington 203.04--1

Fecher 205--2

Fichte 203.06--2 and 209.02--1

Fiske 222--2

Flexner 218.03--3

Fosdick 210.03--2 and 210.02--1

Fouche 213.01--2

Fouillee 203--1b and 221a--1

Fra Angelico 213.01--2

Francis de Sales (Saint) 213.01--5

Francis of Assisi (Saint) 213.01--5

Franciscans 210.01--1

Frankenheimer 210.02---2

Franklin 201.07--1

Frederick the Great 213.01--9

Freeman 222--1

Freund 223--2

Friedel 217--4 and 209.02--1a

Friedlaender, Dr. 206--4 and 211--1

Friess, Dr. H. 206--1,2,3 and 207--1

Frothingham 213.01--7

Froude 211--2

Fuller 217--4

Fullerton, Prof. 206--2 and 209--3a

Gailey 205--1

Galileo 213--3 and 213.01--6,8,9

Geiger 213.01--3

Gensonne 213.01--6

Gerhard 213.01--3

Gibbins 222--2

Gandhi 213.01--8

George, Henry 221--2b

Ghent 221--8

Giddings 221--6

Gibbon 213.01--2

Gibbons 222--2

Giércke 209.02--1a and 220--3

Giffen 221--4a

Gill 213.01---8

Ginsberg 214--1

Gladstone 213.01--4

Goethe 213.1--3,9 and 215.03--1

Golding 201.06--1, 206--2, and 213.01--7

Goode 220.01--5

Goodnow 220-01--4

Grady 201.02--3

Grant, Percy 218.03--2

Greene, Col. 205--2

Greene 222--3

Grim, J. 218--1

Guggenheim 206--4

Gutmann, James 205--1,2 and 206--2

Guyau 217--2

H. Miss 204.04--1c

H. Miss Barbara 201.02--2a

H.S. 213.01--9

Hadley 221--2b

Hall 203.04--1

Hamilton 209.04--3

Hamlet 215.02--1

Hanslich 225--3

Harnack 209.02--1 and 210--2

Harris 203.06--2

Hart 203.04--1,3 and 222--2

Hart, James H. 205.01

Harte, Bret 213.01--1

Hartmann 217--4

Hashimoto, K. 205--1

Hauf 217--1

Haven 213.01--9

Hawthorne 217--4

Hayes 217--2

Hayes, Pres. 213.01--8

Hearn, L. 210.06--1a

Hegel 200.02--1,2 and 209.04--3

Henley 213.02--1a

Henry VIII 213.01--1

Herbart 209--3b

Herodotus 211--3

Herzog 210.02--3

Hildebrand 201.01--2

Hill 201.02--2a and 218--5b

Hillquit 213.01--7

Hirsch, Emil 218-02--1a

Hirsch, Robert 201.02--2a and 201.07--1

Hobbes 209.04--2

Hoeffding 209--3b and 209.02--1

Homer 211--2

Hoover 213.01--7

Hopper 206--2

Hosea 208--1

Huber 210.01--1

Hume 209.04--3

Humphrey 205--2

Hu Su 213.01--7

Huxley 209.08--1, 213.01--6, and 224--1

Hynd 205--1

Hyslop 209.05--3

Ibn Pahya 210.04--1

Ibsen 213.01--4

Inge 210.02--3

Iphigenia 211--3

Ireland 217--4

Isaiah 208--1 and 208--1b

Islam 210.06--1a, 1b

Isocrates 211--2

Israel 214--3,4

Ivan the Terrible 213.01--2

Jablonower 206--1

James, William 209.04--3 and 210.06--1

Jastrow 210.02--2a, 210.06--1, 210.06--1a, 214--2, and 219--2

Jefferson 212.01--6

Jeremiah 208--1, 1a

Jerome, Saint 213.01--5

Jesuits 210.01--1, 2

Jesus 208--2a, 208.01--1, 210.03--2, and 214--1,2

Jevons 221--2b

Joan of Arc 213.01--8

Job 208--1, 1a

Jodl 201--7

Johnson, Alvin S. 206--2

Johnson 213.01--1 and 218.03--3

Johnson, Samuel 213.01--2

Johnston 220---2

Jonas, Ruth 205--1

Jonasson 201.02--2a

Judaism 214--4

Julian 213.01--3

Jung 203.04--3

K. (the case of) 213.01--8

Kallinos 211--2

Kant 209--3a, 209.01--1, 209.02--1, 1a

Kaufman, C. 201.02--2a

Kautsky 210.03--1

Keats 215.1

Kempis, Thomas A. 210.01--a,2

Kennedy 205--1

Kepler 213.01--1, 6, 8

Ketcham 210.06--1b

Keyser 210.06--1b

Kidd 209.08--1

King, Ed. 206--4

King Lear 215.02--1

Kipling 217--1

Klaber 201.02--2a

Knies 221--2, 2a

Kohn, Mrs. A. 201.02--2c

Kohn 201.02--2a

Kohn, Mrs. 201--7

Kohn, Robert 206--1 and 207--1

Landor 211--2

Langlois 204.03--2

Laotze 210.06--1a

LaSalle 213.01--2

Las Casas 231.01--2

Lawson 201.02--2a

Lazarus 203.01--1a and 218--5e

Lee, Miss 201.02--2

Leibniz 209.02--1

Leonardo 213.01--3

Lesinsky 201.02--2a

Lessing 217--4

Lezinsky 205--1

Leuba 203.04--2 and 204.04--1d

Levy 203.04--2 and 205--2

Lewis 205--1,2 and 206--4

Lewissohn 217--1

Liebman, C. 201.02--2a

Liebman, J. 201.02--2a

Liebmann 209.02--1

Li Hung Chang 213.01--3

Lincoln 213--3 and 213.01--7

Lindsay, Dr. 206--3

Lippman 217--2

Locke 209.04--3

Lowenstein 206--4

Loewenthal 201.02--2a

Lotze 209.02--1a

Lowell 220--3

Lowie 217--4

Loyola 210.01--1

Luke, Saint 208--2

Luther 210--1, 213.01--4, and 212--4

M. John 213.01--8

McClellan 203.04--1

McDaniel 201.02--3

McTaggart 209.05--3

Macbeth 205.02--1a

Machiavelli 213.01--8

Mackenzie 205--4 and 221--7,8

Maeterlinck 217--2

Maimonides 214--2

Maitland 220.01--5

Manning 218-03--2 and 213--3

Marcus Aurelius 209--3b

Mark, Saint 208--2

Marshall 221--2a

Martin Ev. D. 203.04--2

Marx 217--4

Matthew 208--2

Matthews 222--4

Medici, de 213.01--2

Maurice 218--1

Maurois 217--1

Meierhof 201.02--2b

Mendelssohn 214--4

Meyer 222--1

Michaelangelo 213.01--5

Michoud 223--1

Mill, John Stuart 209.04--1 and 213.01--2

Miller 210.06--1

Milton 213.01--4, 5, 215--1, and 218.03--2

Mimnermos 211--3

Minghetti 221--2a, 4a

Mirandola 213.01--2

Mohammed 210.06--1a (see Islam) and 210.06--1a

Montague 206--1

Montaigne 213.01--8

Montefiore 214--3

Montesquieu 213.01--2

Monteser, Dr. F. 201.02--2c

Montgomery 209.04--3

Moore, Prof. 209.05--2

Moore, Miss 206--2,4

Moore 214--4

Moore's Pragmatism 209--1a

Moravians 210.03--1

More 213.01--1

Morgenthau 205--2

Mormonism 210.06--1b

Moses 208--1a

Moskowitz 213.01--8

Moulet 203--1b

Mox 206--2

Mueden, Miss 204.07--1

Muensterberg 203.04--2, 221a--1, and 225--2

Muirhead 209.04--3

Munson 213.01--9

Murphy, Edgar G. 201.02--2

Muzzey 222--1

Nachmanides 214--4

Nahlovksy 203.04--3

Napoleon 213.01--2,5

Nason 218.03--1

Necarsulmer, Mrs. 201.02--2c

Nero 213.01--3

Nettleship 209.05--1

Neuman, D. 201.02--2b

Neumann, Dr. 203--1a and 205--1

Newman 210.02--2

Newton 213--3

Nicholson 221--4a

Niederer 205--2

Nietzsche 209.02--1a and 213.01--5

Noyes 213.01--9

O'Dell 206--4

Oedipus 211--3

Okuma 210.06--1a

Oldenberg 210.06--1b

Openhym 201.02--2b

Orpheus 211--2

Origen 210--2

Ostrogorski 221a--2

Otto, Prof. 206--4 and 219--8

P., Mrs. 213.01--7

Paracelsus 213.01--5

Parker 225-2

Pascal 218--5d

Pasteur 210.01--2

Pater 217--5 and 209.06--1

Patten 206--4

Paul, Saint 208--2, 2a, 208.01--1, and 210.03--1

Paulsen 209.02--1

Payton 206--2

Peabody 205--1

Pear 217--1

Pellagius 210--2

Pericles 211--2, 3

Perkins 221-11

Perry 206--1

Petrarch 213.01--2

Pfeiffer 201.02--2b

Pfister 209.02--1

Pfleiderer 208--2

Philippe-Egalite 213.01--2

Philo 214--3

Pindar 211--3

Pinner 201.02--2b

Pischen 210.06--1a

Plato 209-06--1 and 213.01--9

Philocletes 211--3

Pliny 211--2

Ploss 218.03--1

Plotinus 210.02--3

Plutarch 213.01--6 and 211--2

Pollock 220--3

Porter 205--2

Prantl 209.02--1a

Pritchett 217--5

Prometheus 211--3

Pupin 213.01--8

Pythagoras 213.01--6 and 210.01--1

R., Dr. 203.04--3

Rabelais 213--3

Randall 217--2

Rashdall 221--7

Reenan 219--3a

Rein 203.06--2

Reinach 225--2

Renan 213--3, 208--2a, and 213.01--5

Resse, E.P. 205--1

Reville 210.06--1a

Richard III 215-02--1

Richard 218.03--2

Richelieu 213.01--1, 5

Riegelman 205--1

Riis, Jacob 213.01--8

Ritley 221--7

Ritschl 209.02--2b

Robertson 201.02--2b and 225--2

Robespierre 213.01--6,9

Robinson 209.09--1a, 217--2, and 223--1

Rogers 205--1

Roland, (Chenson de) 215--1

Roland Mme. 213.01--6, 9

Roosevelt 221--8

Rosenbaum, H. 201.02--2b

Rosenbaum, Yertha 201.02--2b

Rosenblatt 205--1

Rothschild 201.02--2b

Rousseau 213--2

Royce 205--1 and 209.05--1

Russel 220.01--1b

S. 209.04--3

S. Edwin 218.02--1

S. G 201.02--2b

S. Mrs. 206--2

S. R (Dr.) 201.02--2, 2c

Sabatier 210.01--1

Saitschick 213.01--2

Saladin 213.01--9

Salter, Wm. M. 205--1, 2, 213.01--8, 220--3, and 223--1

Sanderson 222--2

Santayana 209--3 and 209.04--3

Sargent 225--3

Savonarola 213.01--9

Sax 221--2

Schainwald, R.H. 201.02--2b

Schaeffle 221--2a and 221--8

Schasler 209.02--1

Schiller 215--1

Schleisrmacher 209.02--1a

Schlick 209.02--1

Schneider 217--5

Schopenhauer 209.02--1, 1a

Schreiber 219--3a

Schurman 220-01--1b and 209.08--1

Schurz 213--3 and 221--8

Scopes 209.08--1

Seebohm 210.02--3

Seignobos 204.03--2

Seligman, Miss V. 201.02--2

Seligman, Prof. 221--7, 9a

Seligsberg, A. 201.02--2b

Sellers 209.09--1a

Sels 219--3a

Semken, C. 201.02--2c

Seneca 211--1 and 213.01--3

Shaftesbury 213.01--8

Shakespeare 215.02--1

Sheldon 201--4 and 206--2

Sidgwick 209.05--1

Siegfried 217--5

Sigwart 209.05--1,5 and 209.09--1a

Simmel 209.02--1a

Small 203.04--2

Smith, Adam 221--2b

Smith, H. 201.03--3, 204.01--1, 206--1, and 207--1

Smith, Robertson 214--1

Smith & Wace 210--2

Snell, Lord 205--1

Socrates 208--2a

Sohm 223--1, 2

Solon 211--2

Sombart 214--1

Sophocles 211--3

Southey 213.01--4

Spencer 209.05--2

Spencer, Mrs. 201--7 and 218-03--3

Spiller 205--2

Spinoza 209.09--1

Spofford 204.04--1

Stammler 221--3, 3a

Stein, Leo 201.02--2b

Steinthal 213.01--7

Stevenson 213.01--8, 215.02--1a, 217--1, and 218.02--1a

Stewardson 213.01--3

Stiebel, I. 201.02--3

Stettheimer 201.02--2b

Stoics 209--3b

Strachey 213.01--2

Strauss, J. 201.02--2b

Sutherland 209.08--1

Sutro 201.02--2

Swedenborg 213.01--5

Swift 217--1

Sydney, Sir Philip 213.01--2

Symonds 222--1

Tacitus 211--1

Tagore 206--4 and 213.01--9

Taoism 210.06--1b

Tarde 223--2

Tawney 221--2b

Taylor, Jeremy 218.02--1a

Tennyson 218--5f

Thayer 207--1

Theresa, Saint 213.04--4

Thilly 209.05--5

Thomson 224--1

Tiberius 213.01--1

Thomas a Kempis (See Kempis)

Thurmauer 201.02--2b

Titchenor 203.04--1

Tolstoi 225--1

Tomoyeda 205--2

Tufts, Prof. 206--4

Tyrell 210.03--1

Tyraeos 211-2

Ueberweg 210--2

Ulman 201.02--2b

Ulman, Bernard 201.02--2c

Unamuno 217--6

Valero, A.P. 205--1

Vanderberg 206--4

Van Loon 222--2

Varro 211--2

Vattel 223--2

Vaughan 212--4

Veblen 221--7

Villard 205--2

Villey 217--1

Vincent 203.04--2

Virgil 211--3

Vittoria Colonna 213.01--5

Volk, Mrs. D. 201.02--2b

Von Eicken 218-03--1

Von Fuelow 222--3

Von Hartman 218--5a

Von Huegel 219--3a

W., Miss 205--2

Wagner 213.01--5, 213--1, and 221--2

Waitz 208--3, 219--3a, and 224--1

Wallace 217--2 and 209.08--1

Warner 217--1

Waterman, J. 201.02--2b

Webb 221--1 and 221--4a

Weber Co. 221--4b

Wehle 201.02--2b

Welle 221--2a

Wellhausen 214--1, 3 and 208--1a

Wells 210.06--1b and 219--3a

Welsh, Jane 213.01--4

Werner 213.01--5

Westermarck 218--3

Westlake 223--1

Weston 201--4

White, Pres. 205--1

Wiener 201-02--2b

Willoughby 220.03 and 220.01--5

Wilson, President 205--2, 206--4, and 220--2

Winckelman 231.01--3

Wolff 205--1

Wolsey 213.01--1

Woodbridge 209-04--3, 221--1, and 209.06--1

Woodworth 203.04--1

Wordsworth 215--1

Worthington 221--4

Wright 202--6

Wundt 209.05--1 and 209-05--3

X. 213.01--3

Young 205--2

Yokoi 210.06--1a

Zeller 209-02--1a

Zoroaster 210.06--1a

Zueblin 213.01--8


200 Dr. Adler



Box 30 Folder 1 Publications (List of)


Box 30 Folder 1 Volumes


Box 30 Folder 1 Lectures in Ethical Addresses


Box 30 Folder 1 Lectures in the Standard


Box 30 Folder 1 Miscellaneous articles


Box 30 Folder 1 Classification of Ethical Pamphlets


Box 30 Folder 1 Catalog of Dr.Adler's Addresses Before The Ethical Culture Society


Box 30 Folder 1a "Ethical Philosophy of Life"-- Clippings--Criticisms And Appreciations of


Box 30 Folder 1b Preliminary Notes for Book


Box 30 Folder 1b The Spiritual Ideal Applied to Conduct


Box 30 Folder 1b Notes and Draft sketches


Box 30 Folder 1b The chief statement


Box 30 Folder 1b Translator's introduction


Box 30 Folder 1c Religion of Duty--Corrected Proofs


Box 30 Folder 2 to 2a Clippings about Dr. Adler (copied from the "Index"), 1877, 1879, 1830, 1885 (2 Folders), 1877, 1879, 1830, 1885


Box 30 Folder 3-4 Autobiographical Notes (2 Folders)


Box 30 Folder 5 Chronology


Diary



Box 31 Folder 6 1878-1903



Box 32 Folder 6a 1904-1924



Box 33 Folder 6b 1925-1933

(Diary of earlier years was borrowed from Dr. Friess by Miss Eleanor in 1933)



Box 30 Folder 7-7a Plans for Work (2 Folders)



Folder 8 Miscellaneous



Box 30 Folder 8 Class List of, 1870


Box 30 Folder 8 My Religion


Box 30 Folder 8 Questions


Box 30 Folder 8 Notes on trips to Boston, Bermuda, Ann Arbor, Atlanta, the Workhouse


Box 30 Folder 8 Arrangement of time


Box 30 Folder 8 Congratulations 70th Birthday


Box 30 Folder 8 Verses


Box 30 Folder 8 Employment of summer, etc.


Box 30 Folder 8 Summer reading



Folder 8a Miscellaneous--Notebooks and Journals of Trips



Box 30 Folder 8a European trips, 1891 September and 1901 June, 1891 September, 1901 June


Box 30 Folder 8a English Trip, 1923?


Box 30 Folder 8a Trips to the West, 1907 June-July


201 Ethical Society (Ethical Culture, or Ethical Movement)



Box 34 Folder 1 3 Distinctive Features of the E.M.


Box 34 Folder 1 'The Society Membership


Box 34 Folder 1 Note on the Soc. for college lectures


Box 34 Folder 1 Organization of Annual Assembly


Box 34 Folder 1 Are we a Religious Society? (Block Committee)


Box 34 Folder 1 The Problem of the Society


Box 34 Folder 1 40th Anniversary


Box 34 Folder 1 Sunday Meetings


Box 34 Folder 1 Sketch of address on Society, 1916


Box 34 Folder 1 Notes


Box 34 Folder 1 Younger generation in the E.S.


Box 34 Folder 1 Friends associated with Dr. Adler in forming the E.S.


Box 34 Folder 2 Basis of Union


Box 34 Folder 2 3 Cardinal Points of E.C.


Box 34 Folder 2 Problems of the Societies·


Box 34 Folder 2 The Ethical Society a Church


Box 34 Folder 2 Address at Fieldston on the Society


Box 34 Folder 2 Pursuit of Justice-a Basis of Union


Box 34 Folder 2 Future of the E.S.


Box 34 Folder 2 4 Appeals of the E.M.


Box 34 Folder 2 Reception to New Members


Box 34 Folder 2 The E.S. as a Watch Tower


Box 34 Folder 2 50th Anniversary--Strength of the E.M.


Box 34 Folder 2 A union for the better life


Box 34 Folder 3 The E.S. as a society for overcoming moral distress


Box 34 Folder 3 The Ethical Movement


Box 34 Folder 3 Function of the E.S.


Box 34 Folder 3 The Ethical Message


Box 34 Folder 3 Notes on the Society


Box 34 Folder 3 The Aloofness of the E.S.


Box 34 Folder 3 Thoughts by the way

[Not Received]


Box 34 Folder 3 Proposed change in the work of the Soc.


Box 34 Folder 3 Duties of Corresponding Secretary of E.S.


Box 34 Folder 3 A Statement of Doctrine


Box 34 Folder 3 The Ideal of the new church


Box 34 Folder 3 Outlook of the Society, 1916

[Not Received]


Box 34 Folder 3 Welcoming New Members

[Not Received]


Box 34 Folder 3 Does the Society apply the test of sound opinion?


Box 34 Folder 3 The distinctive service of the Ethical Societies


Box 34 Folder 3 Novitiate


Box 34 Folder 3 The spiritual rule


Box 34 Folder 3 The Hymn of the Ethical Society


Box 34 Folder 4 Progress and Recession of the Ethical Movement in various Countries


Box 34 Folder 4 Notes on the E.S. History--Weston, Sheldon

[Not Received]


Box 34 Folder 4 Reference: to the Ethical Society in Ueberweg

[Not Received]


Box 34 Folder 5 Explaining the E.S.


Box 34 Folder 5 Friendships in the E.S.


Box 34 Folder 5 Problem the E.S. sets itself


Box 34 Folder 5 The Platform


Box 34 Folder 5 Propaganda


Box 34 Folder 5 Future Course of the E.M.


Box 34 Folder 5 E.S. and the Church


Box 34 Folder 5 E.S. and the Idea of Equality


Box 34 Folder 5 A Book of Ethical Culture


Box 34 Folder 6 Our Common Persuasions


Box 34 Folder 6 Attitude of E.S.


Box 34 Folder 6 What the Society has meant to some of its members


Box 34 Folder 6 The E.M. and Spiritualism (Bridges)


Box 34 Folder 6 Religion and the E.M.


Box 34 Folder 6 Consult experience to discover the truth


Box 34 Folder 7 Society Meeting House (Panels by Mrs. Kohn)


Box 34 Folder 7 Professor Jodl's statement of the Aims of the E.S.


Box 34 Folder 7 The Ethical Position

[Not Received]


Box 34 Folder 7 The Ethical Faith


Box 34 Folder 7 Differences of Opinion in the E.S.

[Not Received]


Box 34 Folder 7 Movements E.S. can espouse

[Not Received]


Box 34 Folder 7 Mrs. Spencer's simile


Box 34 Folder 7 The future


Box 34 Folder 7 Movements the E.S. can espouse


Box 34 Folder 7 Prominent German E.S. figures


201.01 Ethical Society--Leadership


Box 34 Folder 1 Qualifications of the Ethical Leader


Box 34 Folder 1 An Institute for Training in Spiritual Guidance


Box 34 Folder 1 The Training of Leaders


Box 34 Folder 1 Vocation of the Religious Leader


Box 34 Folder 1 New kind of preparation for the Ministry


Box 34 Folder 1 A guide to Ethical Leaders in their functions


Box 34 Folder 1 Oratory and the Ethical Leader


Box 34 Folder 1 The leaders


Box 34 Folder 1 Conditions under which the orator works


Box 34 Folder 1 Methods of training ethical workers


Box 34 Folder 1 Methods of Training Ethical "Workers and lecturers


Box 34 Folder 1 The Work of the Leaders


Box 34 Folder 1 Education of Religious Teachers


Box 34 Folder 1 Leadership (Dr. Adler on)


Box 34 Folder 1 Notes


Box 34 Folder 1 Leaders Meeting (Leadership discussed)


Box 34 Folder 1 The Training of Leaders


Box 34 Folder 1 The Fraternity of Ethical Leaders


Box 34 Folder 1 Training for the Ethical Leadership


Box 34 Folder 1 Memo for Leo Hirsch


Box 34 Folder 1 Additional Notes for the Chairman of the Leadership Committee


Box 34 Folder 2 The Ethics of Leadership


Box 34 Folder 2 The Fraternity of Ethical Leaders


Box 34 Folder 2 Tests for Teachers of Ethical Societies


Box 34 Folder 2 The Function of a Religious Teacher and its Pitfalls


Box 34 Folder 2 Dilettantism in the Vocation of the Religious Teacher


Box 34 Folder 2 Preachers of the Future


Box 34 Folder 2 Planning Sunday Addresses


Box 34 Folder 2 Meeting House Addresses


Box 34 Folder 2 Course of Study


Box 34 Folder 2 Pedagogy of Public Speaking


Box 34 Folder 2 The Platform


Box 34 Folder 2 Leaders' Pledge (50th Anniversary)


Box 34 Folder 2 55th Anniversary Leader's Pledge read by Dr. Muzzey


Box 34 Folder 2 Course in Ethics for prospective leaders


Box 34 Folder 2 Decline of the Pulpit


Box 34 Folder 2 The Sunday addresses - pros and cons


Box 34 Folder 2 Amateur and expert in the pulpit


Box 34 Folder 3 Notes on Preaching


Box 34 Folder 3 The Sunday Meetings


Box 34 Folder 3 Collective Leadership


Box 34 Folder 3 Training for Ethical Leadership


Box 34 Folder 3 Meeting with Black, Smith and Bernstein


Box 34 Folder 3 Appeal addressed to graduates


Box 34 Folder 3 Ethical Leader face to face with the Bereaved


Box 34 Folder 3 Sunday, Program of the Society


Box 34 Folder 3 Vocation of the Priest


Box 34 Folder 3 Memo on the Differentiation of Priestly Vocation


Box 34 Folder 3 The Preacher


Box 34 Folder 3 Leaders as a Teaching Body


Box 34 Folder 3 Notes on the training of Ethical Leaders


Box 34 Folder 3 New Leaders


201.02 Ethical Society--Ceremonies


Ethical Ceremonies


Box 34 Folder 1 Funeral address


Box 34 Folder 1 Notes for funeral


Box 34 Folder 1 Main points


Box 34 Folder 1 The Marriage Service


Box 34 Folder 1 The So-called Naming Ceremony


Box 34 Folder 1 The Funeral or Memorial Meeting


Box 34 Folder 1 Ethical Religion and Ceremonies


Box 34 Folder 1 Funeral Service


Box 34 Folder 1 Ceremonies


Box 34 Folder 1 Book of Common Prayer


Box 34 Folder 1 Manual of Services


Box 34 Folder 1 Dedication of Leaders


Box 34 Folder 1 Ideas to be incorporated in a piece of writing to be read at any funeral


Box 34 Folder 1 Funeral Addresses


Box 34 Folder 1 General Notes


Box 34 Folder 1 Public Religious Exercises


Funeral Addresses


Box 34 Folder 2 Collection of Funeral Addresses


Box 34 Adler, Mrs. Frida


Box 34 Adler, Mrs. Isaac


Box 34 Baldwin, William H.


Box 34 Folder 2 Davidson, Thomas


Box 34 Folder 2 Frankenheimer, John


Box 34 Folder 2 G., Mrs.


Box 34 Folder 2 Heidelberger, Gustav


Box 34 Folder 2 Lee, Miss


Box 34 Folder 2 Murphy, Edgar Gardner


Box 34 Folder 2 Ollesheimer, Sarah


Box 34 Folder 2 Seligman, Miss Violet


Box 34 Folder 2 Stiebel, Mr. Isaac


Box 34 Folder 2 Sutro, Dr. R.S.


Box 34 Folder 2a Baldwin


Box 34 Folder 2a Binge


Box 34 Folder 2a Bitter


Box 34 Folder 2a Blumenthal


Box 34 Folder 2a Butler


Box 34 Folder 2a C., A.


Box 34 Folder 2a Cohen, Barbara


Box 34 Folder 2a Cohen, Bernard


Box 34 Folder 2a Donai, Dr.


Box 34 Folder 2a Elliott


Box 34 Folder 2a Fechheimer, Martin Samuel


Box 34 Folder 2a Fridenberg, Pauline


Box 34 Folder 2a Golding, Henry A.


Box 34 Folder 2a H. (Mrs. Barbara)


Box 34 Folder 2a Hill


Box 34 Folder 2a Hirsch (Robert)


Box 34 Folder 2a Jastrow


Box 34 Folder 2a Jonas, Oscar


Box 34 Folder 2a Jonasson


Box 34 Folder 2a Kaufman, C.


Box 34 Folder 2a Klaber


Box 34 Folder 2a Kohn


Box 34 Folder 2a Lawson


Box 34 Folder 2a Leskinsky


Box 34 Folder 2a Liebman, C and J


Box 34 Folder 2a Lowenthal


Box 34 Folder 2b Mierhot


Box 34 Folder 2b Murphy, E.G.


Box 34 Folder 2b Neuman, D.


Box 34 Folder 2b Openhym, A.


Box 34 Folder 2b Pfeifer


Box 34 Folder 2b Rinner


Box 34 Folder 2b Rosenbaum, H and Y


Box 34 Folder 2b Robertson


Box 34 Folder 2b Rothschild


Box 34 Folder 2b S.S.


Box 34 Folder 2b Stain, Leo


Box 34 Folder 2b Seligsberg


Box 34 Folder 2b Schainwald, R.H.


Box 34 Folder 2b Stettheimer


Box 34 Folder 2b Strauss, J.


Box 34 Folder 2b Ullman


Box 34 Folder 2b Thurmauer


Box 34 Folder 2b Volk, Mrs. D.


Box 34 Folder 2b Waterman, Mr. J.


Box 34 Folder 2b Wahle


Box 34 Folder 2b Wendell


Box 34 Folder 2b Wiener


Box 34 Folder 2c Altschul, Theo


Box 34 Folder 2c B. (Irma) on death of 'her husband


Box 34 Folder 2c Castlebach, E.


Box 34 Folder 2c Davidson, Mrs.


Box 34 Folder 2c Davidson, Thomas


Box 34 Folder 2c E11sburgh, Dr.


Box 34 Folder 2c Goldmark, Regina


Box 34 Folder 2c Kohn, Mrs. A.


Box 34 Folder 2c Martin, Alfred


Box 34 Folder 2c Monteser, Dr. Frederick


Box 34 Folder 2c Necarsulmer, Mrs.


Box 34 Folder 2c Pach, Mrs.G.


Box 34 Folder 2c S., Edwin


Box 34 Folder 2c Salter


Box 34 Folder 2c Semken, Catherine


Box 34 Folder 2c Stover, C.B.


Box 34 Folder 2c Ulman, Mr. Bernard


Box 34 Folder 2c Walter, Mrs. Sabina


Wedding Ceremonies


Addresses


Box 34 Folder 3 1896 January 20


Box 34 Folder 3 1900 May 29


Box 34 Folder 3 1900 January 22


Box 34 Folder 3 1903 December 10

[Not Received]


Box 34 Folder 3 1897 December 8


Box 34 Folder 3 1904 May 3


Box 34 Folder 3 1898 March 16


Box 34 Folder 3 1900 February 24


Box 34 Folder 3 Three, Undated


Box 34 Folder 3 Friess-Adler Wedding


Box 34 Folder 3 Prill Wedding, 1899 June 8


Ceremonies


Box 34 Folder 4 Memoranda on morning meditation


Box 34 Folder 4 Consolation of the bereaved


Box 34 Folder 4 When bereavement comes


Box 34 Folder 4 Commemoration service


Box 34 Folder 4 Dinner to New Members


Box 34 Folder 4 Sacraments of the Ethical Life

[Not Received]


Box 34 Folder 4 Morning and Evening Exercises


Box 34 Folder 4 Burial Service for all occasions


Box 34 Folder 4 Episcopal Burial Service


Box 34 Folder 4 Statement


Box 34 Folder 4 Collections

[Not Received]


Box 34 Folder 4 Rohde's "Psyche"


Box 34 Folder 4 Summer Festival--Moutainville

[Not Received]


Box 34 Folder 4 Ideal of Religion embodied in ceremonies


Box 34 Folder 4 Welcome to new members


Box 34 Folder 4 Invocation


Box 34 Folder 4 Memo Funeral Service (2)


Box 34 Folder 4 Directions for Marriages and Funerals


Box 34 Folder 4 Humanist Funeral Service


201.03 Glenmore Conferences and Other Conferences of Leaders


Glenmore Conferences



Box 35 Folder 1 Summary of topics discussed (for fuller notes see Society files)


Box 35 Folder 1 Notes of 1911 conference, 1911


Box 35 Folder 1 Minutes of Meeting, 1916 May 18


Box 35 Folder 1 Glenmore Addresses. Introductory Memorandum


Box 35 Folder 1 Minutes of meetings of Amer. Ethical Union, 1907 May 9-12


Box 35 Folder 1a Index, 1924


Box 35 Folder 1A Stenographic Report of lectures at Glenmore by Dr. Adler - (first outline of Ethical Philosophy),, 1907


Leaders' Conferences


Box 35 Folder 2 Conference, Address by Adler, 1932 September 26


Box 35 Folder 2 Regular Conferences, 1931-1932


Box 35 Philadelphia Conference, 1900


Box 35 Conference, 1929 September 21-22


Box 35 Buckhill Falls, 1919 June-July


Box 35 Conference of Societies, undated


Box 35 Conference on Sunday addresses


Box 35 Conference at the Farm, 1927


Box 35 Conference at Detroit, 1919 &c., 1919


201.04 Leaders' Meetings--Notes


Box 35 Folder 1 1911 March 15


Box 35 Folder 1 1911 May 17


Box 35 Folder 1 1912 May 27


Box 35 Folder 1 1912 December 4


Box 35 Folder 1 1912 December 30


Box 35 Folder 1 1913 February 3


Box 35 Folder 1 1913 March 4


Box 35 Folder 1 1913 March 24


Box 35 Folder 1 1913 March 25


Box 35 Folder 2 1914 November 24


Box 35 Folder 2 1915 February 11


Box 35 Folder 2 1917 February 19


Box 35 Folder 2 1922 March 14


Box 35 Folder 3 1924 February 19


Box 35 Folder 3 1925 January 21


Box 35 Folder 3 1916 June 2


Box 35 Folder 3 1916 June 8


Box 35 Folder 3 1927 February 4


Box 35 Folder 3 1931 May 21


Box 35 Folder 3 1931 September 28


Box 35 Folder 3 1931 November 27


201.05 Subjects for Lectures


Box 35 Folder 1 A-M


Box 35 Folder 1a N-Sketch


Box 35 Folder 1b Subjects


Box 35 Folder 1c Subjects capable…-U, and incomplete


201.06 Miscellaneous Meetings and Reports


Meetings



Box 36 Folder 1 Trustees Meeting, 1920 (Memo), 1920


Box 36 Folder 1 Report to Trustees about Mr. Golding


Box 36 Folder 1 Financial Statement


Box 36 Folder 1 Dinner Meeting, (Adjourned Annual)


Box 36 Folder 1 Extract from Annual Report, 1925


Box 36 Folder 1 Various other meetings


201.07 Lists of Names


Box 36 Folder 1 List of pupils (with parents, etc.), 1901-1909


Box 36 Folder 1 List of lawyers, members of SEC


Box 36 Folder 1 Names of Young People's Assoc.


Box 36 Folder 1 Committee on Prevocational School for Women


Box 36 Folder 1 Original Subscribers at Foundation of Society


Box 36 Folder 1 List of Speakers on Platform


Box 36 Folder 1 Copy of Mr. Hirsch's account book


Box 36 Folder 1 Subscribers to 45th Anniversary Fund


Box 36 Folder 1 List of Graduates (compiled by Miss Franklin)


Box 36 Folder 1 Suggestion for a Book of Memorial Records


Box 36 Folder 1 Donors to Dr. Adler's and Mr. Chubb's rooms


202 Groups in the Ethical Society


Groups in a Society


Box 36 Folder 1 Fellowship Groups (general)


Box 36 Folder 1 Business Men's Group


Box 36 Folder 1 Friday afternoon meetings


Box 36 Folder 1 Industrial Ethics Group


Box 36 Folder 1 Teachers' Group


Box 36 Folder 1 Young Women's {,hion


Box 36 Folder 1 Vocation of woman and the lawyer


Box 36 Folder 1 Adult Moral Education Group


Box 36 Folder 1 Adult Education Group


Box 36 Folder 1 Merchants and Lawyers' Group


Box 36 Folder 1 Lawyers' Group .


Box 36 Folder 1 Young Girls' Group


Box 36 Folder 1 Affiliated Groups


Box 36 Folder 1 Preparation for memberships in An . Ethical Group


Box 36 Folder 1 Group for Vital Problems


Box 36 Folder 1 Teachers' Fraternity


Box 36 Folder 1 Scientists' Group


Box 36 Folder 1 Union for Higher Life


P&T and Child Study


Box 36 Folder 2 Address to the Federation for Child study


Box 36 Folder 2 Memo for meeting of Parents and Teachers



Folder 2 Memo for Conference of Parents and Teachers



Box 36 Folder 2 1917


Box 36 Folder 2 1931


Box 36 Folder 2 1909


Young Men's Groups


Box 36 Folder 3 Ethical Fellow of Young People


Box 36 Folder 3 Elliott's Club


Box 36 Folder 3 Address to Sunday Club


Box 36 Folder 3 Young Men's Group


Box 36 Folder 3 Saturday Morning Group


Box 36 Folder 3 Life Problems Group


Box 36 Folder 3 Intimate Ethics Group


Box 36 Folder 3 The Tuesday Group


Box 36 Folder 3 Notes for the conference, 1930


Box 36 Folder 3a Young Men's and Young Girls' Groups--Notes for Meetings, 1914-1915


Box 36 Folder 4 Ethical Clubs in Universities


Women's Groups


Box 36 Folder 5 Women's Part in the E.N.

[Not Received]


Women's Conference, etc.


Box 36 Folder 6 Meeting of the Women's Conference (Address)


Box 36 Folder 6 National Guidance Bureau for Young women


Box 36 Folder 6 Ideal of married and unmarried women


Box 36 Folder 6 Woman Suffrage


Box 36 Folder 6 Sisterly relation


Box 36 Folder 6 History of Women (Davies)


Box 36 Folder 6 Marriage and Divorce (Wright)


Box 36 Folder 6 Marriage and sex education


Box 36 Folder 6 Business (Women's Conference), 1912


Box 36 Folder 6 Womanhood


202a Fellowship Groups


Minutes


Box 36 Folder 1-8 (8 Folders)



Box 37 Folder 9-27 (18 Folders)



Box 38 Folder 28-32 (5 Folders)


203 Ethical Education


Box 38 Folder 1 Ethical Education or Religious Education


Box 38 Folder 1 Gist of the Educational Philosophy


Box 38 Folder 1a Talk w. Dr. Adler of Citizenship Training in the ECS


Box 38 Folder 1a New Turn in Education


Box 38 Folder 1a Education of the Will


Box 38 Folder 1a Ethical and religious education


Box 38 Folder 1a How to teach the ethical and religious ideal…


Box 38 Folder 1a Metaphysica1 character of ethical ideal


Box 38 Folder 1a Adolescent Ethical Education


Box 38 Folder 1a Points [for] selection of new teachers


Box 38 Folder 1a The Ultimate Aim of Education


Box 38 Folder 1a Neumann's Chapter on Religious Education


Box 38 Folder 1a Notes on a System of Moral and Religious Training


Box 38 Folder 1a Course for the Teachers


Box 38 Folder 1a The American Character as represented in American Education


Box 38 Folder 1a Some Objections to the Pragmatist Method in Education


Box 38 Folder 1a Reflections on Teaching Students


Box 38 Folder 1a Education for Citizenship


Box 38 Folder 1b Notes for Prevocational School for Girls


Box 38 Folder 1b Ethical Concept Applied to Educational Philosophy


Box 38 Folder 1b Summary of main points…


Box 38 Folder 1b American Churches or Religion in America


Box 38 Folder 1b Points for Lectures on Education at the University of Mexico


Box 38 Folder 1b Sex Education


Box 38 Folder 1b The Project Method


Box 38 Folder 1b Ethical Re-education


Box 38 Folder 1b Moral Instruction in France (Moulet)


Box 38 Folder 1b American Education


Box 38 Folder 1b Education from a National Point of View (Fouilles and Moulet)


Box 38 Folder 1b Maxims

[Not Received ]


Box 38 Folder 1b The School System

[Not Received ]


Box 38 Folder 1b Notes on the Philosophy of Education


Box 38 Folder 1b Changes in the Education of Girls


Box 38 Folder 2 Sketch of a Proposed Series of Articles


Box 38 Folder 3 The Education of Feelings--Notes on Chapter XI (Writz) (Authority, Punishment, Etc.)


Box 38 Folder 4 Religious Education


Box 38 Folder 5 Universities--Addresses


203.01 Adult Moral Education


Box 38 Folder 1 Change in the philosophy of life, 1914 January 28


Box 38 Folder 1 Adult Ethical Education


Box 38 Folder 1 Adult Ethics Group Meetings


Box 38 Folder 1 Adult Philosophical Education


Box 38 Folder 1 Heads of the Paper on Adult Moral Education


Box 38 Folder 1a The New Department of Ethical Education for Adults


Box 38 Folder 1a Adult Education for Manual Workers


Box 38 Folder 1a The Case System of Ethics (Lazarus)


Box 38 Folder 1a Problems of Religious Education


Box 38 Folder 1a Ethical Education in the Adult Period of Life


Box 38 Folder 1a Class for the study of my ethical philosophy of Life


Box 38 Folder 1a Tuesday Evening Class


Box 38 Folder 1a Adult Workmen's Education


203.02 Discipline

(For Oxford Lectures on Culture, see 602, 1-4)


Box 38 Folder 2 Discipline and Freedom

[Not Received ]


Box 38 Folder 2 Student Self Government


Box 38 Folder 1 203.03 Culture



Box 39 203.04 Psychology


Box 39 Folder 1 The Psychology of Number (McClellen &Dewey)


Box 39 Folder 1 Farrington (The Problem of Personality)


Box 39 Folder 1 Adolescence (Hall and Burnham}


Box 39 Folder 1 Titchener's Experimental Psychology


Box 39 Folder 1 Animal Psychology (Brehn)


Box 39 Folder 1 Imagination (Angell)


Box 39 Folder 1 Psychological Logic


Box 39 Folder 1 Dynamic Psychology (Woodworth)


Box 39 Folder 1 The Psychological Basis of the Notion of Unity


Box 39 Folder 1 Lectures on Psychology (Angell)


Box 39 Folder 1 The concept of adjustment


Box 39 Folder 1 Memorandum on Maladjustment


Box 39 Folder 2 Everett Dean Martin's Psychology


Box 39 Folder 2 Muensterberg (Psychology and Life)


Box 39 Folder 2 Small and Vincent (notes)


Box 39 Folder 2 Psychology of Character (Levy)


Box 39 Folder 2 Psychology of Religion (Leuba)


Box 39 Folder 2 Small's "psychical relations of society and solitude"


Box 39 Folder 2 Nahlowsky on the Feelings


Box 39 Folder 3 What is Normal?


Box 39 Folder 3 The psychology of Gratitude


Box 39 Folder 3 Psychology and Ethics (note)


Box 39 Folder 3 Notes on Feeling


Box 39 Folder 3 The relation of psychology to ethics


Box 39 Folder 3 Psychology of Theistic belief


Box 39 Folder 3 The Intellectual Feelings (Nahlowsky)


Box 39 Folder 3 Psychology of Insanity (Hart)


Box 39 Folder 3 Dr. R's Theory and Method


Box 39 Folder 3 Psychology of Crowds


Box 39 Folder 3 Psychological Types (Jung)


203.05 Berlin Lectures


Box 39 Folder 1 Lectures


203.06 Education (Miscellaneous)


Box 39 Folder 1 Notes…liberal education


Box 39 Folder 1 Memo…General Education Board Educational philosophy


Box 39 Folder 1 Ideals of Public Education in America


Box 39 Folder 1 The English Public Schools


Box 39 Folder 1 Workingmen's Colleges


Box 39 Folder 1 Pedagogical Seminary (Adolescence)


Box 39 Folder 1 Sphere and Scope of the Teacher of Economics


Box 39 Folder 1 Notes


Box 39 Folder 1 The Idea of Freedom in Moral Education


Box 39 Folder 1 Outline of 6 Lectures on the Education Ideal


Box 39 Folder 1 Memo


Box 39 Folder 2 Culture Epochs &c. (Rein)


Box 39 Folder 2 Education in the United States (Butler)


Box 39 Folder 2 Object Lessons


Box 39 Folder 2 Rein's Arithmetic


Box 39 Folder 2 Education (Sketch of Address)


Box 39 Folder 2 Education from a National Standpoint


Box 39 Folder 2 Fichte's Scheme of National Education


Box 39 Folder 2 Education in the United States (Harris)


Box 39 Folder 3 Notes for address on self-culture


Box 39 Folder 3 Philadelphia address on ethical self-education


Box 39 Folder 3 Organic Education (Lecture)


Box 39 Folder 3 Self-Education


204 Ethical School


Miscellaneous Notes on


Box 39 Folder 1 Notes taken at the Meetings of


Box 39 Folder 1 The Ethical School, 1877-78 (notebook)


Box 39 Folder 1 Minutes of Faculty Meeting, 1932


Box 39 Folder 1 Memorandum for the City


Box 39 Folder 1 Memorandum..publications by the School


Box 39 Folder 1 Alumni proposal


Box 39 Folder 1 La. republique de Platon


Box 39 Folder 1 Plan of government


Box 39 Folder 1 Comments by Lewis on Briggs' Report


Box 39 Folder 1 Tales from Talmud


Box 39 Folder 1 School of Applied Ethics


Box 39 Folder 1 School of Applied Ethics Prospectus


Box 39 Folder 1 Chorus work


Box 39 Folder 1 Statement


Box 39 Folder 1 The School


Box 39 Folder 1 Aims of the School


Box 39 Folder 1 The Ethical School and Others


Box 39 Folder 1 The School Assemblies


Box 39 Folder 1 Impressions of Music Work at the School


Box 39 Folder 1 Course of Study for the Elementary School


Box 39 Folder 1 Constitution of the Fieldston School


Box 39 Folder 1 Memorandum for the School


Box 39 Folder 1 Statement for ProGries


Box 39 Folder 1 Notes for Meeting at Miss Parsons'


Box 39 Folder 1 Notes on Elliot's Questions


Box 39 Folder 1 Memorandum


Box 39 Folder 1 Ethical Movement and education


Box 39 Folder 1 Proposed Gold Medal for Excellence


Box 39 Folder 1 Relation of the Ethical Ideal to the School


Box 39 Folder 2 Fieldston School Directory


Box 39 Folder 2 Notes relating to the School


Box 39 Folder 2 Meeting with History Department (Adler)


Box 39 Folder 2 Teaching of history in the Ethical Culture Schools


Box 39 Folder 2 Reasons for fixing my home at Fieldston


Box 39 Folder 2 Fieldston School (Donors of the Million Dollar Fund)


Box 39 Folder 2 Dedication of Fieldston School


Box 39 Folder 2 Workingmen's School


Box 39 Folder 2 Ethical School


Box 39 Folder 2 How Fieldston Differs from other schools


Box 39 Folder 2 Notes on the School


Box 39 Folder 2 General Plan of the School


Box 39 Folder 2 School Conference


Box 39 Folder 3 Committee on History Work of the School


Box 39 Folder 3 Fraternity &Sorority in the School


Box 39 Folder 3 Normal Report


Box 39 Folder 3 Fraternity of Youths School


Box 39 Folder 3 Notes on Students' Final Exam Papers


Box 39 Folder 3 Notes on the School


Box 39 Folder 3 Pamphlet on the School


Box 39 Folder 3 Address on the School

[Not Received]



Box 40 Folder 4-8 Fieldston Seminars


204a Ethical School--Addresses to


Box 40 Folder 1 Points relating to the school


Box 40 Folder 1 Addresses, 1922


Box 40 Folder 1 Memorandum for the words to the graduates


Box 40 Folder 1 5 graduations, 1985, 1911, 1929, 1930, 1932, 1985, 1911, 1929, 1930, 1932


Box 40 Folder 1 Memorandum--Balance


Box 40 Folder 1 School Assemblies


Box 40 Folder 1 Thanksgiving Address, 1931


Box 40 Folder 1 Talk to Lower School, 1929


Box 40 Folder 1 Memorandum on talk to the School, 1932, 1913, 1932, 1913


Box 40 Folder 1 Address on "Religious teacher" to High School


Box 40 Folder 1 Words for the Graduation


Box 40 Folder 1 Talk to the High School


Box 40 Folder 1 Dinner of Nip-Nixon Club


Box 40 Folder 1 Address to Normal Students


Box 40 Folder 1 Talk with Gamma and Delta Classes on Organization


Box 40 Folder 1 Exercises in the Meeting Hall at Fieldston


Box 40 Folder 1 Address to the High School (My Vocation)


Box 40 Folder 1 Address to the Children


Box 40 Folder 1 2 other addresses (notes)


Box 40 Folder 1 Commencement address-Vocation


204.01 Ethical School--High School


Box 40 Folder 1 Character study'


Box 40 Folder 1 Ethics teaching in high school


Box 40 Folder 1 School course in ethics


Box 40 Folder 1 Advanced Ethics classes for girls


Box 40 Folder 1 For the German Department


Box 40 Folder 1 General Character of High School Body


Box 40 Folder 1 Address to High School, 1923, 1924, 1923, 1924


Box 40 Folder 1 A Branch High School for Girls


Box 40 Folder 1 Ethics Course in the High School


Box 40 Folder 1 Conversation with Mr. Smith


Box 40 Folder 1 Meaning of the word "Leader" as applied to pupils of the school


Box 40 Folder 1 Outline of High School Course in Ethics


Box 40 Folder 1 Moral Instruction (note)


204.02 Ethical School--Preprofessional School


Box 40 Folder 1 Prevocational. School for Girls


Box 40 Folder 1 Additional notes on Girls' School


Box 40 Folder 1 Prevocational School of Commerce


Box 40 Folder 1 Outline of course in history


Box 40 Folder 1 On the prevocational girls' school


Box 40 Folder 1 History Course


Box 40 Folder 1 Preprofessional idea applied to Teaching Business School


Box 40 Folder 1 Commercial High School


Box 40 Folder 1 Preprofesstonel School for Women


Box 40 Folder 1 Girls School


Box 40 Folder 1 School of Law


Box 40 Folder 1a Huntington Emerson's Plea for Efficiency


Box 40 Folder 1a The Art High School


Box 40 Folder 1a English Arts High School course


Box 40 Folder 1a Notes on art teaching


Box 40 Folder 1a Letter on Arts High School (Lewis)


Box 40 Folder 1a Notes on Prevocational school for religious teachers


Box 40 Folder 1a The new Educational expierment


Box 40 Folder 1a Distinction between Vocational and Prevocational


Box 40 Folder 1a Virtues and Vices of Different Vocations


Box 40 Folder 1a Preprofessional School of Religious Teachers


Box 40 Folder 1a Preprofessional Idea Applied to Teaching

[Not Received]


Box 40 Folder 1a Preprofessional School for Women


Box 40 Folder 1a Difficult of Applying Vocational Idea to Manual Labor


Box 40 Folder 1a Is it Worthwhile?


204.02 Ethical School--Business School


Box 40 Folder 1b The Business School


Box 40 Folder 1b Prevocational School of Business


Box 40 Folder 1b Harvard Business College


Box 40 Folder 1b Ethics in the Business School



Box 41 204.03 Ethical School--History Teaching


Box 41 Folder 1 Conferences


History Teaching and History Notes


Box 41 Folder 2 History Notes


Box 41 Folder 2 History


Box 41 Folder 2 Additional Notes on History


Box 41 Folder 2 University history Course


Box 41 Folder 2 The Value of History


Box 41 Folder 2 Introduction to the Study of History (Lenglois and Seignobos)


Box 41 Folder 2 Eggleston's "Beginners of a Nation"


Box 41 Folder 2 Outlines of History


Box 41 Folder 3 Preliminary Outline of Commercial History


Box 41 Folder 3 Teaching of American History


Box 41 Folder 3 Teaching of English History


Box 41 Folder 3 Teaching of English History to Americans


Box 41 Folder 3 Notes on Uses of History


Box 41 Folder 3 History Dept. in Relation to Girls' Schools


Box 41 Folder 3 Plan of the School


Box 41 Folder 3 Teaching of History (10 Items)


Box 41 Folder 3 Method of History Teaching


Box 41 Folder 3 Thoughts on History Teaching


Box 41 Folder 3 The History Department


Box 41 Folder 3 Teaching Political history Through Personalities


Box 41 Folder 3 Course in Industrial History for Advanced Students


Box 41 Folder 3 Notes


204.04 Ethical School--Ethics Teaching


Box 41 Folder 1 Essay on Moral Instruction in the French Schools


Box 41 Folder 1 Teaching of Temperance


Box 41 Folder 1 Value of the Study of Nature


Box 41 Folder 1 Problem of Ethical Teaching in the High School"


Box 41 Folder 1 Ethical Education for Adolescents


Box 41 Folder 1 Children's Experiences


Box 41 Folder 1 Conversation with Dr. Adler


Box 41 Folder 1 "Moral imperative"


Box 41 Folder 1 Certain Chief Heeds in the Course of Moral Instruction


Box 41 Folder 1 Miss Spofford's Ethical Lessons


Box 41 Folder 1 Ethical Teaching


Box 41 Folder 1 Training Necessary for the Ethical Life


Box 41 Folder 1 Moral Instruction Courses


Box 41 Folder 1 The Old Testament for the High School


Box 41 Folder 1 The Religious Training of Children


Box 41 Folder 1 How Children Become Moral


Box 41 Folder 1 Character Training


Box 41 Folder 1 The Moral Aim of Object Lessons


Box 41 Folder 1a Plan of Teaching as Sketched for R.Dewey


Box 41 Folder 1a Ethical and Religious Education (Seminar Meetings)


Box 41 Folder 1a Spiritual Plan of Education in General


Box 41 Folder 1a Modifications of the Ethics Teaching


Box 41 Folder 1a Principal Points – 7 stations


Box 41 Folder 1a The Bible in Ethics Teaching


Box 41 Folder 1a Ethical and Religious Education


Box 41 Folder 1a Sketch of a Course for Adolescent Girls


Box 41 Folder 1b Suggestions to Mr. Cooley


Box 41 Folder 1b Notes for the 28th


Box 41 Folder 1b Notes


Box 41 Folder 1b Seminar for training ethics teachers


Box 41 Folder 1b Subjects for Advanced Students


Box 41 Folder 1b Religious Training of Children


Box 41 Folder 1b Teaching of Ethics in College


Box 41 Folder 1b Professional of the Ethics Teacher


Box 41 Folder 1b Examinations to test Moral Instruction


Box 41 Folder 1b Civics Teaching


Box 41 Folder 1b Course of study for M


Box 41 Folder 1b "Unless Ye Become as Little Children"


Box 41 Folder 1b Outline of the Ethics Statement


Box 41 Folder 1b Ethics Teaching in the School


Box 41 Folder 1b Certain Points


Box 41 Folder 1b The Child and Religious


Box 41 Folder 1b Preparation for Citizenship in the School


Box 41 Folder 1b Summary of main points in the plan of ethical and religious education


Box 41 Folder 1c The Ethics Course


Box 41 Folder 1c The Revised Ethics Course


Box 41 Folder 1c Plan of 2nd Volume on Moral Instruction


Box 41 Folder 1c Use of Bible in Ethics Teaching


Box 41 Folder 1c Ethical and Religious Education


Box 41 Folder 1c Ethical Ideal in the School


Box 41 Folder 1c Theory and Method of Education for Spiritual life


Box 41 Folder 1c Outline of Ethics Statement


Box 41 Folder 1c Outline of Ethics Treatment


Box 41 Folder 1c Answer to Miss H's request for help in a course of Ethical Study


Box 41 Folder 1c Sketch of Ground to be Covered by an Additional Class in Ethics


Box 41 Folder 1c Memorandum on the Ethics Course


Box 41 Folder 1c Notes on the Ethics Course (2)


Box 41 Folder 1d Scheme of Moral Education (Leuba)


Box 41 Folder 1d Scheme of lessons for Ethical Classes


Box 41 Folder 1d Course in Moral Instruction for the Latin Class


Box 41 Folder 1d Ethics Test


Box 41 Folder 1d Gould's Moral Lessons


Box 41 Folder 1d Topics for the Ethics classes


Box 41 Folder 1d Principles and methods of moral education


204.04 Ethical School--Sunday School


Box 41 Folder 2 Problem of Sunday school


Box 41 Folder 2 Concerning the Sunday School


Box 41 Folder 2 Children's Sunday Services


Box 41 Folder 2 The Sunday School


Box 41 Folder 2 How to teach the ethical and Religious Ideal in different periods of life


Box 41 Folder 2 Stories - 3 Kopecks, Fox and Fishes


Box 41 Folder 2 Fairy Tales


Box 41 Folder 2 Responses


Box 41 Folder 2 Playlet – 13 states


Box 41 Folder 2 Story of my Greatest Hero


Box 41 Folder 2 Conversation on Religious Pedagogy


Box 41 Folder 2 Training for Citizenship


Box 41 Folder 2 Sunday School lessons (notebook)


204.04 Ethical School--Moral Instruction of Children (Manuscript of Book)


Box 41 Folder 3 Interview with Miss Peck


Box 41 Folder 3 The School course in Ethics


Box 41 Folder 3 Moral Instruction of' Children


204.05 Ethical School--English Teaching


Box 41 Folder 1 Notes…last conference on style


Box 41 Folder 1 Third conference with English Department


Box 41 Folder 1 Dr. Adler conference with English Department, 1929 October 10


Box 41 Folder 1 Conferences with English and other departments


Box 41 Folder 1 Note for Last conference on style


Box 41 Folder 1 Conference with English Department


Box 41 Folder 1 The next English Conference


Box 41 Folder 1 Notes on Compositions-7th Grade


Box 41 Folder 1 English Reading


204.05 Ethical School--Studies in English


Box 41 Folder 2 Suggestions on letter writing


Box 41 Folder 2 English notes


Box 41 Folder 2 Remarks on English


Box 41 Folder 2 Paralyzing Effect of Noble Language


Box 41 Folder 2 Note on the short story


Box 41 Folder 2 Sentence Plans


Box 41 Folder 2 Definition


Box 41 Folder 2 Literary Language end common speech


Box 41 Folder 2 Style of Carlyle, etc.


Box 41 Folder 2 Translations from Latin and German: "In Praise of Folly" and "Sneewitchen"


Box 41 Folder 3 Quotations


Box 41 Folder 4 Grammar


Box 41 Folder 5 Style (Sentence construction, style, etc.)


204.06 Ethical School--Ethics Lessons



Box 42 Folder 1 Ethics lesson - Of, by and for the people


Box 42 Folder 1 Topics for Ethics classes


Box 42 Folder 1 Students; class in Ethics


Box 42 Folder 1 High School Class in Ethics, 3rd Lesson, 1901

[Not Received]


Box 42 Folder 1 1st Lesson with Class Beta, 1901

[Not Received]


Box 42 Folder 1 Ethics lesson, 1902

[Not Received]


Box 42 Folder 1 Life Problems Group

[Not Received]


Ethics Lessons--High School


Box 42 Folder 2 1899-1900


Box 42 Folder 3 1901-1902


Box 42 Folder 4 1902-1903, 1903-1904, 1902-1903, 1903-1904


Box 42 Folder 5 1904-1904


Box 42 Folder 6 Ethics Lessons--Advanced


Box 42 Folder 7 Ethics Lessons--New Testament


204.07 Ethical School--School Festivals


Box 42 Folder 1 The great religious festivals


Box 42 Folder 1 Talks on Thanksgiving (4)


Box 42 Folder 1 Memo on Thanksgiving


Box 42 Folder 1 The Festivals and the School


Box 42 Folder 1 Winter Festival in the School


Box 42 Folder 1 All Souls Celebration


Box 42 Folder 1 Christmas and War Years


Box 42 Folder 1 Thanksgiving Day


Box 42 Folder 1 Notes for Miss Vucden


Box 42 Folder 1 Columbus Day


Box 42 Folder 1 Responses (Bresden)


Box 42 Folder 1 Subjects for Graduation Program


204.08 Ethical School--Ethics Manual or Vade Mecum


Box 42 Folder 1 First Sketch of a Breviary of Ethical Religion


Box 42 Folder 1 Notes for Monday Meetings


Box 42 Folder 1 Breviary and Encheiridion


Box 42 Folder 1 Reflections-Vade Mecum for the young


Box 42 Folder 1 Notes for the manual


Box 42 Folder 1 Manual for the Young


Box 42 Folder 1 Vade Mecum for Graduates


Box 42 Folder 1 Outline of a kind of Primer in the Ethical Philosophy of Life


Box 42 Folder 1 Certain Considerations


204.09 Ethical School--Addresses to Teachers


Box 42 Folder 1 16 Addresses + 8, also addresses to Horace Mann teachers


Box 42 Folder 2 204.09 Ethical School--Round Table talks with Teachers


Box 42 205 Letters

(Letters original filed in Folders 205-1 and 205-2 have been removed and added to either the cataloged correspondence, arranged correspondence, or the typescript copies correspondence files. Letters to Mr. Lewis, Mr. Fecher, James Gutmann, and from Prof. Tomoyeds were not received.)


206 Conversations (Notes of)


Box 42 Folder 1 Al Black


Box 42 Folder 1 Dr. Coffin


Box 42 Folder 1 Dr. Dike


Box 42 Folder 1 Laurence


Box 42 Folder 1 Macdonald


Box 42 Folder 1 Snell


Box 42 Folder 1 Dr. Zacher


Box 42 Folder 1 Mr. Arnett


Box 42 Folder 1 Mrs. Chapin


Box 42 Folder 1 Ray Stannard Eaker


Box 42 Folder 1 Mr. Chubb


Box 42 Folder 1 Mr. Brandeis


Box 42 Folder 1 Dr. Elliott (also Dr. E and Smith)


Box 42 Folder 1 Mr. Jablonower


Box 42 Folder 1 Dr. Horace Friess


Box 42 Folder 1 Prof. Montague


Box 42 Folder 1 Mr. Robert Kahn


Box 42 Folder 2 Dr. Danielis


Box 42 Folder 2 Mr. Perry


Box 42 Folder 2 LDB


Box 42 Folder 2 Dr. Boehmke


Box 42 Folder 2 Horace and James


Box 42 Folder 2 James Gutmann


Box 42 Folder 2 Mr. Golding


Box 42 Folder 2 Prof. Fullerton


Box 42 Folder 2 Mr. Hopper


Box 42 Folder 2 Alvin S. Johnson


Box 42 Folder 2 Prof. Fullerton


Box 42 Folder 2 Mrs. S.


Box 42 Folder 2 Mr. Barrows


Box 42 Folder 2 Mr. Bakewell


Box 42 Folder 2 Mr. Sheldon


Box 42 Folder 2 Dr. Payton


Box 42 Folder 2 Dr. Lindsay


Box 42 Folder 2 Mr. Mox


Box 42 Folder 2 Miss Moore


Box 42 Folder 2 At East Hill


Box 42 Folder 3 Conversations with Dr. Horace Friess on Religion and Ethics


Box 42 Folder 4 Bridges


Box 42 Folder 4 Buschman


Box 42 Folder 4 Hart


Box 42 Folder 4 Neumann


Box 42 Folder 4 Dr. Elliott


Box 42 Folder 4 Dr. Lowenstein


Box 42 Folder 4 Dr. Vanderburg


Box 42 Folder 4 Miss Drew


Box 42 Folder 4 Edward King


Box 42 Folder 4 Prof. Otto


Box 42 Folder 4 Moore and Prof. Patten


Box 42 Folder 4 Prof. Tufts


Box 42 Folder 4 Tagore


Box 42 Folder 4 Mr. Lewis


Box 42 Folder 4 Mr. O'Dell


Box 42 Folder 4 Dr. Friedlander


Box 42 Folder 4 Mr. Bruere


Box 42 Folder 4 Daniel Guggenheim


Box 42 Folder 4 President Wilson


Box 42 Folder 4 Questions by Dr .Elliott & Responses by Dr. Adler


207 Conferences with Leaders



Box 43 Folder 1 Conference of religious thinkers


Box 43 Folder 1 Conference with Hart and Elliott


Box 43 Folder 1 Notes on Detroit Conference


Box 43 Folder 1 Conference at Hudson Guild Farm, 1925


Box 43 Folder 1 Additional Notes of Leaders Conference


Box 43 Folder 1 Outline of Paper for Leaders Conference


Box 43 Folder 1 Memo for Address at leaders


Box 43 Folder 1 Conference, 1928


Box 43 Folder 1 Third Meeting


Box 43 Folder 1 On Elliott's Vienna address


Box 43 Folder 1 Report on Summer Conference (Dr. Friess), 1930


Box 43 Folder 1 Conference at St. Huberts with Smith, Thayer, Kohn and Elliott


Box 43 Folder 1 Conference with Dr. Elliott and Mr. Smith

(See 206)


Box 43 Folder 1 Conference, 1915

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 1 Conference, 1925 (Hudson Guild Farm), 1925


Box 43 Folder 1 Conference, 1919


Box 43 Folder 1 After Leaders' Conference


Box 43 Folder 1 Round Table Conference, 1931


208 Bible


Old Testament


Box 43 Folder 1 Outline Pictures from the Bible


Box 43 Folder 1 Radicalism at Isaiah


Box 43 Folder 1 Old Testament style


Box 43 Folder 1 Third Chapter of Genesis


Box 43 Folder 1 Studies in the styles of the Old Testament


Box 43 Folder 1 A Study in the style of the Old Testament


Box 43 Folder 1 Three levels of styles in the…Old Testament


Box 43 Folder 1 Hebrew Prophecy


Box 43 Folder 1 Isaiah, Jeremiah, the Psalms


Box 43 Folder 1 Note on Genesis


Box 43 Folder 1 Note on Literary Forgery


Box 43 Folder 1 "I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills"


Box 43 Folder 1 Jeremiah


Box 43 Folder 1 Job


Box 43 Folder 1 Prophets - Isaiah


Box 43 Folder 1 Isaiah - destiny visions


Box 43 Folder 1 Imagery in the Hebrew Scriptures


Box 43 Folder 1 Psalms – Destruction of the evil Doers


Box 43 Folder 1 Hosea – the Element of Love


Box 43 Folder 1 Isaiah – Analysis of Literary Style


Box 43 Folder 1 Bower on the O.T.


Box 43 Folder 1a Great Commandments of the Decalogue of Love


Box 43 Folder 1a Comments on various Psalms


Box 43 Folder 1a Psalms - figures of speech


Box 43 Folder 1a On the Book of Job


Box 43 Folder 1a Psalms


Box 43 Folder 1a Jeremiah (Wellhausen)


Box 43 Folder 1a The Psalms (analysis)


Box 43 Folder 1a Religion of the Prophets


Box 43 Folder 1a Biblical Masterpieces (note)


Box 43 Folder 1a Job


Box 43 Folder 1a David


Box 43 Folder 1a Moses


Box 43 Folder 1a Abraham's Sacrifice

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1b Ten Commandments


Box 43 Folder 1b The Tables of the Law


Box 43 Folder 1b Analysis of the Ten Commandments


Box 43 Folder 1b Hebrew Prophets (2)


Box 43 Folder 1b Selections from Proverbs


Box 43 Folder 1b Isaiah


Box 43 Folder 1b Second Isaiah


Box 43 Folder 1b The Prophets


Box 43 Folder 1b Amos


New Testament


Box 43 Folder 2 Preliminary notes on "Paul"


Box 43 Folder 2 Epistles of Paul


Box 43 Folder 2 St. Paul


Box 43 Folder 2 Acts of the Apostles


Box 43 Folder 2 Saint Paul.(Pfleiderer's Hibbert Lectures)


Box 43 Folder 2 On the Gospel of Luke


Box 43 Folder 2 Reinterpretation (Matt.V:29 &30) (2)


Box 43 Folder 2 Reinterpretation ("Come unto me…")


Box 43 Folder 2 On the New Testament


Box 43 Folder 2 "Paul among the Jews" (Werfel, play)


Box 43 Folder 2 The Beatitudes


Box 43 Folder 2 St. Paul's Conception of Xtnty (Bruce)


Box 43 Folder 2 St. Paul (Epistle to the Romans)


Box 43 Folder 2 Paul (Notes on Pfleiderer) Hibbert lectures


Box 43 Folder 2 Sermon on the Mount (St. Augustine)


Box 43 Folder 2 Luke


Box 43 Folder 2 Matthew


Box 43 Folder 2 Mark (and the four portraits)


Box 43 Folder 2 The 4th Gospel


Box 43 Folder 2 On the N.T.


Box 43 Folder 2a Difference Between Stoical and Christian Positions


Box 43 Folder 2a Character of Socrates, According to Zeller


Box 43 Folder 2a Love in the New Testament


Box 43 Folder 2a Ethics of Jesus


Box 43 Folder 2a Epistle of st. James


Box 43 Folder 2a Plan of work…selected passages from New Testament


Box 43 Folder 2a The wedding guest


Box 43 Folder 2a Ludwig's "Son of man"


Box 43 Folder 2a Renon (Life of Jesus)


Box 43 Folder 2a Love of Jesus


Box 43 Folder 2a Paul


Box 43 Folder 2a Socrates and Jesus


Box 43 Folder 2a New Testament


Box 43 Folder 2a Selected Passages


Box 43 Folder 2a The Gospels (Enc. Brit)


Box 43 Folder 2a 1 Cor. 13


Box 43 Folder 2a The Golden Rule


208.01 Reinterpretations


Memos On:


Box 43 Folder 1 Ethical interpretations·(7)


Box 43 Folder 1 Ethical interpretation and reinterpretation (2)


Box 43 Folder 1 Ethical reinterpretation (4)


Box 43 Folder 1 Reinterpretation (3)


Box 43 Folder 1 Interpretation and reinterpretation


Box 43 Folder 1 A list of ethical interpretation


Box 43 Folder 1 St Paul's Rhapsody on Charity


Box 43 Folder 1 The Mystery of Jesus (Pascal)


Box 43 Folder 1 Proverbs and their Ethical Reinterpretation:


Box 43 Folder 1 Memo (for Ethical Reinterpretation)


Box 43 Folder 1 Parable of the Good Samaritan


Box 43 Folder 1 The Beatitudes (& Interpretation)


Box 43 Folder 1 Christian Love of Enemies


Box 43 Folder 1 The Lord's Prayer (2 interpretations, &1 reinterpretation)


Box 43 Folder 1 Emerson's Essays


209 Philosophy


Dr. Adler's Philosophy


Box 43 Folder 1 Progress in Conceiving the Spiritual Ideal


Box 43 Folder 1 Notes &memos for work with Buschman (5)


Box 43 Folder 1 Selections on the Society A Symbol of Spiritual Reality


Box 43 Folder 1 Problems of A Society Dedicated to A Religion Which Springs From Inner Ethical Experience


Box 43 Folder 1 Disillusionment Necessary to a Proper Conception of the Spiritual Task


Box 43 Folder 1 The Secret of Spiritual Power over Others Weltanschauung


Box 43 Folder 1 The term Spiritual Development (7 Stations)


Box 43 Folder 1 Educational Philosophy

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1 Sketch of Weltanschauung for Dr. Buschman

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1 Philosophy of Recreation


Box 43 Folder 1 Exploration of the spiritual nature


Box 43 Folder 1 Application of the spiritual Principle

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1 Spiritual nature

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1 Spiritual power


Box 43 Folder 1 Spiritual release


Box 43 Folder 1 Seeing the Spiritual Being in others (The Way)

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1 The Supremacy of Ethics

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1 The Infinitizing of the Finite


Box 43 Folder 1 Ethical Ideal and Genus and Species


Box 43 Folder 1 Eliciting of Personality

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1a Moore's Pragmatism and· its critics


Box 43 Folder 1a Notes on Certainties


Box 43 Folder 1a On the meaning of the words culture


Box 43 Folder 1a A discussion on worship


Box 43 Folder 1a Dynamic totality


Box 43 Folder 1a Ethical experience


Box 43 Folder 1a Experience


Box 43 Folder 1a The chief affirmations


Box 43 Folder 1a Pragmatism – Mind and Body – the Absolutely real

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1a Grounds on which worth is attributed to others

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1a Science, Time, Specs, the Infinitesimal


Box 43 Folder 1a Two Disciplines

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1a Life Problems which shed light on the intrinsic nature of morality

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1a Survey of Metaphysical Systems


Box 43 Folder 1a Causality and Freedom

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1a Supernaturalism in Ethics


Box 43 Folder 1a Two kinds of Light


Box 43 Folder 1a The Three Attitudes

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1a Ultimate Motives


Box 43 Folder 1a Ethical Verification (see also 1c)

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1b Provisional and ultimate ends


Box 43 Folder 1b Scientific criterion


Box 43 Folder 1b Supremacy of the ethical end


Box 43 Folder 1b The Supremacy of the Ethical

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1b The Ethical Fact

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1b Memo

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1b General Notes


Box 43 Folder 1c Organic ideal


Box 43 Folder 1c Metaphysics of organism


Box 43 Folder 1c "Organism" (Eisler's Philosophisches Woerterbuch)


Box 43 Folder 1c Doctrine of the Mena


Box 43 Folder 1c Ethical approach to philosophy


Box 43 Folder 1c The Ethical Postulate

[Not Received ]


Box 43 Folder 1c Ethical Verification

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 1c The Spiritual Organism


Box 43 Folder 1c Freedom and Causality


Box 43 Folder 1c The Category of substance


Box 43 Folder 1c The Conservation of the Philosophical Materialist


Box 43 Folder 1c The "Mean"


Box 43 Folder 1c Ethical Certainty


Box 43 Folder 1d Outlook (Synopsis)


Box 43 Folder 1d Changes of outlook


Box 43 Folder 1d Final outlook


Box 43 Folder 1d Plan of living


Box 43 Folder 1d Book of precepts


Box 43 Folder 1d The Infinitizing of the Finite


Box 43 Folder 1d The Multiple Godhead


Box 43 Folder 1d The Way of Living


Box 43 Folder 1d Philosophy of Life (main points)

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 1d Nature and Man

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 1d What is that best which is to be elicited

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 1d The net outcome of life


Box 43 Folder 1d Memo

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 1d Clairvoyance


Box 43 Folder 1e Science &a moral postulate


Box 43 Folder 1e Chief affirmations


Box 43 Folder 1e Two principal thoughts


Box 43 Folder 1e Points to be developed


Box 43 Folder 1e Actuality and reality


Box 43 Folder 1e Main Points of View


Box 43 Folder 1e Interlocking Relationships

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 1e Spiritual Possibility

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 1e Ultimate Reality

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 1e Organization


Box 43 Folder 1e Worth

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 1e Verification


Box 43 Folder 1e Though centers for a book on first principles


Box 43 Folder 1e Antecedent certainties


Box 43 Folder 1e Freedom of the Will


Box 43 Folder 1e Postulate and Dogma

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 1e Scientific and Ethical certainty


Box 43 Folder 1e List of sentences

[Not Received]


Educational Philosophy


Box 43 Folder 2 Jottings on the Subject of Educational Philosophy


Box 43 Folder 2 Workingman's School


Philosophy (General)


Box 43 Folder 3 Spirit of modenn philosophy (Royce)


Box 43 Folder 3 Dialogues in Limbo (Santayana)


Box 43 Folder 3 Chief affirmations


Box 43 Folder 3 Science &a moral postulate


Box 43 Folder 3 Nature of common sense


Box 43 Folder 3 Who influences the mind of the present generation


Box 43 Folder 3 Method of conveying ideas to other minds


Box 43 Folder 3 Organization


Box 43 Folder 3 Relation of Man to Time


Box 43 Folder 3 Why empirical qualities are incapable of exemplifying the law of co-existent ends


Box 43 Folder 3 Unity of Interaction-Analysis of a complex notion


Box 43 Folder 3 Strife of systems and Productive Reality (Sheldon)

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 3 The Mathematical Infinite


Box 43 Folder 3 It is irrational to strive toward an unattainable end


Box 43 Folder 3 Manichean doctrines in the history of Philosophy


Box 43 Folder 3 Ends


Box 43 Folder 3 Mind and Body


Box 43 Folder 3 Philosophy notes


Box 43 Folder 3 Notes on History of Modern Philosophy


Box 43 Folder 3a Philosophy of Religion

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 3a Philosophy of the Enlightenment

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 3a Determinism

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 3a Weltanschauuung of thinkers and men of action


Box 43 Folder 3a Philosophy of the Middle Ages


Box 43 Folder 3a Conte's Catechism


Box 43 Folder 3a Kant's Predecessors


Box 43 Folder 3a Hypothesis and Postulate


Box 43 Folder 3a Why are Individualists so prone to use the organic concept


Box 43 Folder 3a Individualism and causality


Box 43 Folder 3a Notes (a priori etc.)

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 3a Fullerton's Metaphysics


Box 43 Folder 3a Mathematical and Philosophical Infinite


Box 43 Folder 3a Finality


Box 43 Folder 3a Beyond Good and Evil


Box 43 Folder 3a Interpretation of the mean


Box 43 Folder 3a The concept


Box 43 Folder 3b The Stoics


Box 43 Folder 3b Epictetus (extracts)


Box 43 Folder 3b Greek doctrine that Virtue is Knowledge


Box 43 Folder 3b Marcus Aurelius



Folder 3b Epictetus



Box 43 Folder 3b The Divine and the Stoic


Box 43 Folder 3b Original Stoicism


Box 43 Folder 3b What is in one's power


Box 43 Folder 3b Descartes


Box 43 Folder 3b Santayana – Life of Reason, etc.


Box 43 Folder 3b Herbart (note)


Box 43 Folder 3b Apropos of Cohen's Book

[Not Received]


Box 43 Folder 3b Hoeffding (note)


Box 43 Folder 3b The Cynic


209.01 Philosophy (Kant)



Box 44 Folder 1 A Critique of Kant's Ethics


Box 44 Folder 1 Notes on Kant's Epistemology


Box 44 Folder 1 Kant's Critique of the Judgment


Box 44 Folder 1 Kant


Box 44 Folder 1 The Ideas of the Reason


Box 44 Folder 1 Freedom and Necessity


Box 44 Folder 1 Kant's critique der Urtheilkraft


Box 44 Folder 1 Kant's Theory of Ethics


Box 44 Folder 1 Four Points


Box 44 Folder 1 Notes

[Not Received]


Box 44 Folder 1 Second and Third Maxims


Box 44 Folder 1 Critic of Kant's Ethics


Box 44 Folder 2 Miscellaneous


209.02 Philosophy (German)


Box 44 Folder 1 Luther and Melancthon


Box 44 Folder 1 Collateral reading


Box 44 Folder 1 Adamson's Fichte


Box 44 Folder 1 Hoffding's Ethics


Box 44 Folder 1 Schopenhauer on suicide


Fichte a Spinozist


Box 44 Folder 1 the stuff of the world


Box 44 Folder 1 Conception of freedom


Box 44 Folder 1 Notes (2)


Leibnitz- infinitesimals


Box 44 Folder 1 rational world


Box 44 Folder 1 monad and spiritual conception


Box 44 Folder 1 similarity and dissimilarity


Box 44 Folder 1 Harnack's Dogmengeschichte V.1


Box 44 Folder 1 Fichte and the Ethical Society


Box 44 Folder 1 Paulsen's Ethik


Box 44 Folder 1 Pfistor's Pscyho-Analystic Method

[Not Received]


Box 44 Folder 1 Ethik d.e.Willens (Cohen)


Box 44 Folder 1 Liebman's Analysis der Wirklichkeit


Box 44 Folder 1 Schasler, Hegel, Kant, etc.


Box 44 Folder 1 ProSchlick on Einstein


Box 44 Folder 1 Schopenhauer (Psychical Observations)


Box 44 Folder 1 Fichte


Box 44 Folder 1 Leibnitz


Box 44 Folder 1a Kulturgeschicte dar Neuzeit (Friedel)


Box 44 Folder 1a Schleiermacher's Conception of Uniqueness


Box 44 Folder 1a Prantl's Aristotle


Box 44 Folder 1a Lotze's philosophy in "Nord und Sud"


Box 44 Folder 1a Human beings are spectators and actors


Box 44 Folder 1a Genessenschaftsrecht – Giercke

[Not Received]


Box 44 Folder 1a Zeller – Post Aristotelian Philosophy


Box 44 Folder 1a Simmer-Schopenhauer and Nietzsche


Box 44 Folder 1a Nietzsche-notes


Box 44 Folder 1a Schleirmacher and Kant's Ethics

[Not Received]


Box 44 Folder 1a Unity-Eisler


Box 44 Folder 1a Ritschl

[Not Received]


209.02 Philosophy (German – Hegel)


Box 44 Folder 2 Philosophie des Rechte


Box 44 Folder 1-2 209.03 Philosophy (Aristotle)


Box 44 Folder 1 209.04 Philosophy (John Stuart Mill)


209.04 Philosophy (Hobbes)


Box 44 Folder 2 Leviathan


209.04 Philosophy (English and American)


Box 44 Folder 3 Berkeley: Principles of Human Knowledge


Box 44 Folder 3 Hume's Essay on the Human Understanding


Box 44 Folder 3 Hume's Inquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals


Box 44 Folder 3 Certain modern systems of ethics


James


Box 44 Folder 3 The Automaton Theory


Box 44 Folder 3 Philosophical Perceptions


Box 44 Folder 3 Muirhead on Hegel


Box 44 Folder 3 Barclay-Hume-Santayana


Box 44 Folder 3 Woodbridge-Pluralism


Box 44 Folder 3 Locke


Box 44 Folder 3 Competitive Struggle of World Conceptions


Box 44 Folder 3 Hamilton-To think is to Condition


Box 44 Folder 3 Locke and Darwin


Box 44 Folder 3 Chapter on the Thing (S.)


Box 44 Folder 3 Montgomery – Philosophical Problems in the light of vital organization


209.05 Philosophy--Ethical Theory


Box 44 Folder 1 Ethics (Wundt)


Box 44 Folder 1 Foundations of Ethics


Box 44 Folder 1 The Method of Ethics


Box 44 Folder 1 Method (Adler, St. Hubert' s)


Box 44 Folder 1 Methodological principles of Ethics (Sigwart)


Box 44 Folder 1 Ethics

[Not Received]


Box 44 Folder 1 Dewey's Ethics

[Not Received]


Box 44 Folder 1 Ethical Principles and Methods (Sidgwick)


Box 44 Folder 1 Reason and Nature (Cohen)

[Not Received]


Box 44 Folder 1 Philosophy of Loyalty (Royce)


Box 44 Folder 1 Recent Conceptions of Freedom (Bussey)


Box 44 Folder 2 The Service of Ethics to Philosophy


Box 44 Folder 2 Note (Basis of Ethics)


Box 44 Folder 2 The Field of Ethics


Box 44 Folder 2 The Founding of Ethics as a Science


Box 44 Folder 2 Inflexible Principles vs. Opportunism


Box 44 Folder 2 The Law of Freedom


Box 44 Folder 2 The 3 Principle Teachings


Box 44 Folder 2 The Data of Ethics


Moore


Box 44 Folder 2 Ethics


Box 44 Folder 2 Principia Ethica


Box 44 Folder 2 Intellect Outrunning the Will


Box 44 Folder 3 False Ethics in the Social


Box 44 Folder 3 Reform Movements of Our Day


Box 44 Folder 3 Psychological Points to be Elaborated for Moral Application


Box 44 Folder 3 Wundt's Chapter of Biology


Box 44 Folder 3 Meaning of creativeness


Box 44 Folder 3 The ethical vocabulary


Box 44 Folder 3 The Reaction of Practice on Theory


Box 44 Folder 3 Individual versus Society

[Not Received]


Box 44 Folder 3 Causal and teleological theory


Box 44 Folder 3 Obligations


Box 44 Folder 3 Education of Conscience


Box 44 Folder 3 Difficulty in connection With the idea of Personality

[Not Received]


Box 44 Folder 3 Introduction to Reflective Thinking


Box 44 Folder 3 Hyslop (Freedom-Responsibility-Punishment)


Box 44 Folder 3 McTaggart's article


Box 44 Folder 3 Moral Vocabulary


Box 44 Folder 3 Casuistry


Box 44 Folder 3 Training of the Will


Box 44 Folder 4 Moral Vis Viva

[Not Received]


Box 44 Folder 4 Value and Worth

[Not Received]


Box 44 Folder 4 Ethical Verification

[Not Received]


Box 44 Folder 4 Metaphysical Character of Ethical Ideal


Box 44 Folder 4 Ethical Novelties


Box 44 Folder 4 The Moral Argument


Box 44 Folder 4 Morals and Ethics


Box 44 Folder 4 Social Organism (Mackenzie)


Box 44 Folder 4 Moral History


Box 44 Folder 4 Ethical Specialists

[Not Received]


Box 44 Folder 4 Approach to Ethics

[Not Received]


Box 44 Folder 4 Instrumentalism (comments)

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Box 44 Folder 4 Moral practice & ethical theory


Box 44 Folder 4 Rule of life


Box 44 Folder 4 The moral ideal


Box 44 Folder 5 Ethical Autonomy

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Box 44 Folder 5 Ethical Revaluation of Moral Values

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Box 44 Folder 5 Sigwart on Ethics


Box 44 Folder 5 Can the Morality of an action be discovered &c.

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Box 44 Folder 5 Crucial Instances


Box 44 Folder 5 Introduction to Ethics (Thilly)


Box 44 Folder 5 Ethical Approach to Reality


Box 44 Folder 5 Ethical System-based on Uniqueness


Box 44 Folder 5 Memo on evaluations


Box 44 Folder 5 Thilly's chapters on Kant & Fichte


Box 44 Folder 5 Prot. Thilly s criticism (Kant)


209.06 Philosophy (Plato)



Box 45 Folder 1 Neo-Platonism (Enc. Brit)


Box 45 Folder 1 The Phaedrus


Box 45 Folder 1 Edman (Works of Plato)


Box 45 Folder 1 A Scene at the Polls


Box 45 Folder 1 Nettleship - Plato's Republic


Box 45 Folder 1 Note - A Talk on Plato


Box 45 Folder 1 Pater-Plato and Platonism


Box 45 Folder 1 The Apology


Box 45 Folder 1 Plato


Box 45 Folder 1 The Platonic of Justice


Box 45 Folder 1 Woodbridge on Plato


Box 45 Folder 1 Notes on Plato (3)


Box 45 Folder 1 The wisdom of Plato


Box 45 Folder 1 Plato's "Apology"


Box 45 Folder 1 The argument of the Phaedon


Box 45 Folder 1 Plato's Phaedrus


Box 45 Folder 1 209.07 Philosophy--Green's Prolegomena


209.08 Philosophy--Evolution


Box 45 Folder 1 Outline


Box 45 Folder 1 Remarks on Evolution


Box 45 Folder 1 Notes on Evolution (5)


Box 45 Folder 1 Notes on Schurman's Ethical Import of Darwinism


Box 45 Folder 1 Team Work or Cooperation


Box 45 Folder 1 Evolution


Box 45 Folder 1 Notes to Wallace's Darwin


Box 45 Folder 1 Bergson: Time and Free Will


Box 45 Folder 1 Moral evolution (notes)


Box 45 Folder 1 Lines of work – Evolution


Box 45 Folder 1 "Charles Darwin's Account of Conscience"


Box 45 Folder 1 Darwin's Theory of Conscience


Box 45 Folder 1 Ethical Evolution of Mankind

[Not Received]


Box 45 Folder 1 Kidd's Social Evolution


Box 45 Folder 1 Sutherland – Moral Instincts


Box 45 Folder 1 Morals in Evolution – Hobhouse


Box 45 Folder 1 Weak Points in Evolution theory


Box 45 Folder 1 Darwin's Theory


Box 45 Folder 1 Huxley – Evolution and Ethics


Box 45 Folder 1 Concerning Evolution


Box 45 Folder 1 Bergson's "Creative Evolution"


Box 45 Folder 1 Scopes Trial


Box 45 Folder 1 Memo. – evolutionary theory


Box 45 Folder 1 209.09 Philosophy--Spinoza


209.09 Philosophy--Logic


Box 45 Folder 1a Sigwart (note in German)

[Not Received]


Box 45 Folder 1a Logic

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Box 45 Folder 1a Sigwart (Methods of Ethics)


Box 45 Folder 1a Sellars (Essentials of Logic)


Box 45 Folder 1a Notes on Logic


Box 45 Folder 1a Robinson (The Principles of Reasoning)


Box 45 Folder 1a Irrationalism


Box 45 Folder 1 209.10 Philosophy--Philosophy Club Notes


210 Theology and Theologians


Box 45 Folder 1 Luther (Martin)


Augustine (Saint)


Box 45 Folder 2 Confessions


Box 45 Folder 2 Encheiridion ad Laurentium


Box 45 Folder 2 De Civitate Dei


Box 45 Folder 2 Origen and St. A.



Folder 2 St. Augustine



Box 45 Folder 2 (Heberweg)


Box 45 Folder 2 (L. Bertrand)


Box 45 Folder 2 (Pelagius)


Box 45 Folder 2 (Harnack)


Box 45 Folder 2 (Britannica)


Box 45 Folder 2 (Enc.Rel. & Eth.)


Box 45 Folder 2 (Smith & Wace)


Box 45 Folder 2 (notes on)


Box 45 Folder 2 (A preliminary note)


Box 45 Folder 2 Nature and grace


Box 45 Folder 2 Conception of immortality


210.01 Theology and Theologians--Catholic Church


Box 45 Folder 1 Movements within the


Box 45 Folder 1 The Catechism


Box 45 Folder 1 Notes on Christian History

[Not Received]


Box 45 Folder 1 The Jesuits


Box 45 Folder 1 Spiritual Exercises of Loyola


Box 45 Folder 1 Jottings


Box 45 Folder 1 Secret of the Jesuits


Box 45 Folder 1 Power and secret of the Jesuits


Box 45 Folder 1 Dominicans


Box 45 Folder 1 Different religious denominations


Box 45 Folder 1 The virginity of Mary


Box 45 Folder 1 The Jesuit order (Huber)


Box 45 Folder 1 "Jesuits" (Britannica)


Box 45 Folder 1 Theophilanthropie


Box 45 Folder 1 Franciscans and Dominicans


Box 45 Folder 1 The Rosary


Box 45 Folder 1 The Inquisition


Box 45 Folder 1 The Immaculate Conception


Box 45 Folder 1 Transubstantiation


Box 45 Folder 1 Bonaventure Mysticism


Box 45 Folder 1 "Heaven" in the Cath. Enc.


Box 45 Folder 1 Notes on Christian History


Box 45 Folder 1 Sabatier


Box 45 Folder 1 Thomas a Kempis


Box 45 Folder 1 La Trappe & Pythagoras (Silence)


Box 45 Folder 2 Purification from Sin as an Element of Worship


Box 45 Folder 2 Notes


Box 45 Folder 2 Current Happenings


Box 45 Folder 2 Purgatory (Cath. Ency.)


Box 45 Folder 2 Saints as persecutors


Box 45 Folder 2 Newman's Apologia - notes


Box 45 Folder 2 Imitation of Christ


Box 45 Folder 2 Imitation of Christ [1932]


Box 45 Folder 2 The Pope's Encyclica1


Box 45 Folder 2 In extremis


Box 45 Folder 2 The Eastern Church


Box 45 Folder 2 The Sacraments


Box 45 Folder 2 The Modern Saint


Box 45 Folder 2 Catholic School Question


Box 45 Folder 2 Philosophy of the Cenontists (Political)


Box 45 Folder 2 Newman's Apologia


Box 45 Folder 2 The Jesuits


Box 45 Folder 2 Thomas a Kempis (Imitation) & add. notes


Box 45 Folder 2 Sin and Penitence (Cath Ency)


Box 45 Folder 2 Hildebrandt's Aim

[Not Received]


Box 45 Folder 2 The Popes


Box 45 Folder 2 The Inquisition


Box 45 Folder 2 R.C. Church


Box 45 Folder 2 The Papacy


Box 45 Folder 2 Father Damian


Box 45 Folder 2 The Breviary


210.02 Theology and Theologians (Miscellaneous)


Box 45 Folder 1 Inge--"On the State"


Box 45 Folder 1 Inge's Outspoken Essays


Box 45 Folder 1 Fosdick--"The Meaning of Faith"


Box 45 Folder 1 Analogy of religion (Butler)


Box 45 Folder 1 Thomas Aquinas (notes)


Box 45 Folder 1 New Infinite and Old Theology


Box 45 Folder 1 Doctrine of Sin (Mueller)


Box 45 Folder 1 Sin (Herzog)


Box 45 Folder 1 Justification by Faith (Herzog)


Box 45 Folder 1 Agnosticism (Enc. Brit)


Box 45 Folder 1 St. Anselm and the Ontological Argument


Box 45 Folder 1 Butler's Analogy


Box 45 Folder 1 Theosophy


Box 45 Folder 1 Oxford Reformers (Seebohm)


Box 45 Folder 1 Thomas Aquinas (Dunning)


Box 45 Folder 1 Anselmus of Canterbury


Box 45 Folder 1 Relation of Holiness to Perfection


Box 45 Folder 1 Inge's Plotinus


Box 45 Folder 1 Repugnance of Dogmatism to Religion


Box 45 Folder 2 The Cathari


Box 45 Folder 2 A problem of religious history (The appearance of monotheism) - Adler


Box 45 Folder 2 Notes for a critique of monotheistic religion


210.03 Theology and Theologians--Christian Subjects


Box 45 Folder 1 Church and State


Box 45 Folder 1 Saint Paul's mysticism


Box 45 Folder 1 Faith, hope and charity


Box 45 Folder 1 Kautsky's "Origin of Christianity"


Box 45 Folder 1 The Lord's Prayer


Box 45 Folder 1 "Why has Christianity failed?" (Union Seminary)


Box 45 Folder 1 "Thy will be done"


Box 45 Folder 1 History of Christianity in the Light of Modern Knowledge


Box 45 Folder 1 Christianity


Box 45 Folder 1 Note-Sunday Talk


Box 45 Folder 1 Christian Missions-Dennis


Box 45 Folder 1 Christianity at the Crossroads-Tyrell


Box 45 Folder 1 Note-Evening Talk


Box 45 Folder 1 Imitation of Christ-McGiffert


Box 45 Folder 1 Paul's Doctrine of Faith


Box 45 Folder 1 Paul's Body of Death


Box 45 Folder 1 Moravians


Box 45 Folder 2 Notes on the Kingdom of Heaven


Box 45 Folder 2 "What is Christianity" - Fosdick


Box 45 Folder 2 Sketch of a Treatise on the Christian


Box 45 Folder 2 Principle of Love


Box 45 Folder 2 Calvin (Geneva)


Box 45 Folder 2 Calvin, the Will of God


Box 45 Folder 2 Parallel between St. Augustine &: Calvin


Box 45 Folder 2 The Institutes' of Calvin


Box 45 Folder 2 Walker's Life of Calvin


Box 45 Folder 2 Difference between Pagan and Hebrew-Christian view of Life


Box 45 Folder 2 Liberal Christianity (note for address)


Box 45 Folder 2 Christian Principle of Love


Box 45 Folder 2 Hebrew and Christian Tradition


Box 45 Folder 2 Parables of Jesus


Box 45 Folder 2 Fosdick – Modern Use of Bible


Box 45 Folder 2 Calvin


Box 45 Folder 1 210.04 Theology and Theologians--Ibn Pahya


210.05 Theology and Theologians--Ethical Religion



Box 46 Folder 1 (Notes of Addresses)


Box 46 Folder 1 210.06 Theology and Theologians--Religion--General


Box 46 Folder 1 Stream of consciousness


Box 46 Folder 1 The imagery used by religions


Box 46 Folder 1 Predispositions for certain types


Box 46 Folder 1 of religion


Box 46 Folder 1 Religion - Hebrew &: Christian compared


Box 46 Folder 1 Nash's lecture (religious ideal)


Box 46 Folder 1 The study of religions (Peekskill notes)


Box 46 Folder 1 Tragic aspect of life


Box 46 Folder 1 Notes on religion


Box 46 Folder 1 Changes in Men's Ideas about God


Box 46 Folder 1 Self-knowledge – Religion


Box 46 Folder 1 Pleas for Religious Conformance


Box 46 Folder 1 Church and State


Box 46 Folder 1 James – Varieties of Religious experience


Box 46 Folder 1 Jastrow – The Study of Religion


Box 46 Folder 1 Facing the Religious Situation


Box 46 Folder 1 Miller – Sin (Vol. 1)


Box 46 Folder 1 The sense of Sin


Box 46 Folder 1 The Constitute Elements of Religion


210.07 Theology and Theologians--Non-Christian Religions


Box 46 Folder 1a The Doctor's Thesis on Lau-Tzi


Box 46 Folder 1a Professor Asawaka's Paper on Bushido


Box 46 Folder 1a Life of Buddha


Box 46 Folder 1a Brahma


Box 46 Folder 1a Points in conversation with M. Jastrow


Box 46 Folder 1a Collateral reading


Box 46 Folder 1a Islam


Box 46 Folder 1a Pischen's Book


Box 46 Folder 1a De la Sausays


Box 46 Folder 1a Jastrow


Box 46 Folder 1a Pilgrimages


Box 46 Folder 1a Notes – Zoroaster, Mohammed, the Avesta


Box 46 Folder 1a India


Box 46 Folder 1a Duncker's Chapters


Box 46 Folder 1a Buddha


Box 46 Folder 1a Vendidad


Box 46 Folder 1a Brahmanism


Box 46 Folder 1a Peruvian Religion – Reville


Box 46 Folder 1a Japan – Yokoi's Art, Lafcadio Hearn – Count Okuma


Box 46 Folder 1a China – Lao-tse


Box 46 Folder 1b Tyranny of decisive moments


Box 46 Folder 1b Oldenberg's Buddha


Box 46 Folder 1b Buddhist Birth Stories


Box 46 Folder 1b The Buddhistic Attitude and My Own Comparison Between Source of Conception of Hell·in Hindu, Persian and Christian Religions


Box 46 Folder 1b Primitive Religion


Box 46 Folder 1b Ketcham - Ethics of Islam


Box 46 Folder 1b Extracts from the Koran·


Box 46 Folder 1b Japan article in the E.B.


Box 46 Folder 1b Islam


Box 46 Folder 1b Buddhism


Box 46 Folder 1b Taoism


Box 46 Folder 1b Mormonism


Box 46 Folder 1b Eleusinian Mysteries


Box 46 Folder 1b Wells' Outlines - Buddhism


Box 46 Folder 1b Mohammedanism


211 Greek and Roman Classics


Box 46 Folder 1 Platonic Idea of the Two Halves


Box 46 Folder 1 Notes on the Odyssey


Box 46 Folder 1 Letters of Seneca


Box 46 Folder 1 Bible of the Greeks


Box 46 Folder 1 Poem of the Iliad


Box 46 Folder 1 Impressions of the Odyssey


Box 46 Folder 1 Boethius (De consolatione)


Box 46 Folder 1 Roman literature - Seneca


Box 46 Folder 1 Notes on Seneca


Box 46 Folder 1 Seneca (Friedlander)


Box 46 Folder 1 Seneca - Rene waltz


Box 46 Folder 1 Chapman's Homer


Box 46 Folder 1 Homer (3)


Box 46 Folder 1 Impressions of the Odyssey


Box 46 Folder 1 The Iliad (3)


Box 46 Folder 1 The Argument of the Phaedon


Box 46 Folder 1 The Odyssey


Box 46 Folder 1 The Iliad


Box 46 Folder 1 Seneca on Anger etc.


Box 46 Folder 1 Tacitus- Annals, Agricola, "Oratory"


Box 46 Folder 1 Boethius


Box 46 Folder 2 "Peric1es and Aspasia" - Landor


Box 46 Folder 2 Isocrates


Box 46 Folder 2 Bust of Epicurus


Box 46 Folder 2 Froude 's Caesar


Box 46 Folder 2 Roman literature (Crutwell)


Box 46 Folder 2 Roman literature (Varro)


Box 46 Folder 2 Antigone


Box 46 Folder 2 P1utarch's lives


Box 46 Folder 2 Caesar


Box 46 Folder 2 Homer and Virgil


Box 46 Folder 2 Plutarch's "Isis and Osiris"


Box 46 Folder 2 Caesar's Commentaries


Box 46 Folder 2 Demeter – The Eleusinian Mysteries and the Orpheus Cult


Box 46 Folder 2 Four Cardinal Virtues of the Greeks


Box 46 Folder 2 Life in Ancient Athens


Box 46 Folder 2 Young Greek Athlete in the Museum


Box 46 Folder 2 The Historian


Box 46 Folder 2 Pericles Funeral Oration


Box 46 Folder 2 Letter – Pliny to Calpurnia


Box 46 Folder 2 Notes – Greek Religion


Box 46 Folder 2 Roman Literature


Box 46 Folder 2 Solon


Box 46 Folder 2 Tyrtaeos


Box 46 Folder 2 Kallinos


Box 46 Folder 3 Euripides' Hippolytus


Box 46 Folder 3 Readings from Herodotus


Box 46 Folder 3 Aristophanes – Clouds


Box 46 Folder 3 Cicero's Letters


Box 46 Folder 3 Bimillenary Anniversary of Virgil's Birthday


Box 46 Folder 3 Cicero – De Officiis


Box 46 Folder 3 Sophocles tragedies


Box 46 Folder 3 Remarks on "Oedipus at Colonus"


Box 46 Folder 3 Comments on the Aeneid


Box 46 Folder 3 General Notes (Virgil)


Box 46 Folder 3 Notes on Pericles


Box 46 Folder 3 Course of lectures for next year


Box 46 Folder 3 Aeschylus


Box 46 Folder 3 Virgil's Aeneid


Box 46 Folder 3 The Virgil celebration


Box 46 Folder 3 Euripides


Box 46 Folder 3 Virgil – Georgics


Box 46 Folder 3 Aeschuylus – Prometheus Bound


Box 46 Folder 3 Iphigenia in Aluis


Box 46 Folder 3 Mimnermos


Box 46 Folder 3 Sophocles – Oedipus, Oedipus Rex, Philoctetes, Oedipus at Colonus


Box 46 Folder 3 Pericles


Box 46 Folder 3 Pindar – 1st Olympic Ode


Box 46 Folder 3 Greek Mythology


Box 46 Folder 3 Herodotus


Box 46 Folder 3 Cicero – Friendship and Old Age


Box 46 Folder 3 Aeneid


Box 46 Folder 3 Pity and Terror


212 Miscellaneous (Unclassified)


Embroiderers of Vosges and Building Societies


Box 46 Folder 1 The Makers of Steel Instruments in the Factory of Hermioncourt


Box 46 Folder 1 The Embroiderers of Vosges (40pp.)


Box 46 Folder 1 Building Societies (44pp.)


Commerce


Box 46 Folder 2 Day's History of Commerce


Box 46 Folder 2 Notes on commerce


Box 46 Folder 2 First sketch of commerce lecture


Box 46 Folder 2 Notes on commercial morality


Box 46 Folder 2 Notes of Cal. Univ. lecture, 1907


The Standard


Box 46 Folder 3 (Also note on "Ethical Record")


Box 46 Folder 3 Policy for The Standard


Box 46 Folder 3 Proposed English edition


Box 46 Folder 3 Memo on The Standard (3)


Foreign Language Studies


Box 46 Folder 4 Croft's German Series


Box 46 Folder 4 Vaughan's Poem (trans.)


Box 46 Folder 4 German locutions


Box 46 Folder 4 Memo (Luther's treatise)


Box 46 Folder 4 Peculiarities of Latin language


Box 46 Folder 4 French Locutions


Box 46 Folder 4 Translation into French (Ghost Story)


Box 46 Folder 4 Translation in German


213 Biographical



Folder 1 Thomas Carlyle



Box 46 Folder 1 Notes on Carlyle (4)


Box 46 Folder 1 Fitch's Carlyle's "Cromwell"


Box 46 Folder 1 Firth - Cromwell


Box 46 Folder 1 Memo for the Cromwell Paper


Box 46 Folder 1 Notes on "letters of Cromwell", "Sartor Resartus," etc.



Folder 2 Rousseau



Box 46 Folder 2 Rousseau's Social Contract


Box 46 Folder 2 Rousseau's "The origin of inequality…"


Box 46 Folder 2 Rousseau's "Democracy and representation"


Box 46 Folder 2 Rousseau's Idea of freedom


Biographical Notes


Box 46 Folder 3 Carl Schurz


Box 46 Folder 3 Lincoln (Letters and Addresses)


Box 46 Folder 3 Adams (Henry), The Education of


Box 46 Folder 3 Cromwell


Box 46 Folder 3 Renan


Box 46 Folder 3 Manning


Box 46 Folder 3 Rabelais


Box 46 Folder 3 Ballin


Box 46 Folder 3 Philips Brooks


Box 46 Folder 3 Newton, Galileo, Byron


Matthew Arnold


Box 46 Folder 4 Matthew Arnold as a guide in religion


Box 46 Folder 4 Arnold: Literature and dogma


Box 46 Folder 4 Arnold: Essay, "Literature and science"


Box 46 Folder 4 Arnold: Culture and Anarchy


Box 46 Folder 4 Matthew Arnold's Philosophy of Life


Emerson


Box 46 Folder 5 Emerson's essay on "Compensation"


Box 46 Folder 5 Emerson's essay on "History"


Box 46 Folder 5 "The heart of Emerson's Journal"


Box 46 Folder 5 Emerson's "Wood notes"


Box 46 Folder 5 Emerson's essay on "Self-reliance"


Box 46 Folder 5 Notes on Emerson (7)


Box 46 Folder 5 ''Emerson'' (100th birthday)


213.01 Biographical--Character Studies (Polarities or Inconcinnities)



Box 47 Folder 1 Caesar Augustus


Box 47 Folder 1 Notes on Polarities of Character


Box 47 Folder 1 Wolsey, More, Cranmer, Henry VIII


Box 47 Folder 1 St. Bernard


Box 47 Folder 1 Campanella


Box 47 Folder 1 More


Box 47 Folder 1 Abelard


Box 47 Folder 1 Athanasius


Box 47 Folder 1 Berlioz


Box 47 Folder 1 Clemenceau


Box 47 Folder 1 Voltaire


Box 47 Folder 1 Adler (Dr. I.)


Box 47 Folder 1 Oliver Cromwell


Box 47 Folder 1 Richelieu


Box 47 Folder 1 Johnson


Box 47 Folder 1 Copernicus


Box 47 Folder 1 Bruno, Campanella, Kepler


Box 47 Folder 1 Alexander the Great


Box 47 Folder 1 Caesar


Box 47 Folder 1 General Reflections (13 pp.)

[Not Received]


Box 47 Folder 1 Bret Harte


Box 47 Folder 1 Tiberius


Box 47 Folder 1 Bodin, Althusius, Jacob Boehme


Box 47 Folder 2 Pasteur


Box 47 Folder 2 John Stuart Mill


Box 47 Folder 2 Sir Philip Sydney


Box 47 Folder 2 Lasalle


Box 47 Folder 2 Ivan the Terrible


Box 47 Folder 2 Gibbon


Box 47 Folder 2 Carlyle


Box 47 Folder 2 Las Casas


Box 47 Folder 2 ''Eminent Victorians" -Strachey


Box 47 Folder 2 Montesquieu, Fouche, Napoleon, Philippe-Egalite


Box 47 Folder 2 Samuel Johnson


Box 47 Folder 2 Men and Art of the Renaissance (Swaitchick) Petrarch, Da Feltre, Mirondola, De Medici, Fra Angelico, Donatello


Box 47 Folder 2 Remarks on the General Plan of Character Study


Box 47 Folder 3 Columbus


Box 47 Folder 3 Denosthenes (2)


Box 47 Folder 3 Jero


Box 47 Folder 3 Seneca


Box 47 Folder 3 Goethe


Box 47 Folder 3 Types of Reformers


Box 47 Folder 3 X.


Box 47 Folder 3 John Chrysostom


Box 47 Folder 3 Constantine


Box 47 Folder 3 Abraham Geiger


Box 47 Folder 3 Paul Gerhard


Box 47 Folder 3 Julian the Apostate


Box 47 Folder 3 Leonardo


Box 47 Folder 3 Stewardson


Box 47 Folder 3 Winckelman


Box 47 Folder 4 The Abbot of Cluny

[Not Received]


Box 47 Folder 4 John Milton


Box 47 Folder 4 Robert Browning


Box 47 Folder 4 George Elliott


Box 47 Folder 4 Martin Luther


Box 47 Folder 4 Jene Welsh


Box 47 Folder 4 Saint Theresa


Box 47 Folder 4 Henrik Ibsen


Box 47 Folder 4 Gaodstone


Box 47 Folder 4 Robert Southey


Box 47 Folder 5 Erasmus


Box 47 Folder 5 Renan, Nietzsche, Carlyle


Box 47 Folder 5 Paracelsus


Box 47 Folder 5 Wagner


Box 47 Folder 5 St. Jerome


Box 47 Folder 5 Swedenborg (2)


Box 47 Folder 5 Gustav Werner


Box 47 Folder 5 St. Francis of Assisi


Box 47 Folder 5 St. Francis of Sales


Box 47 Folder 5 Catherine II, Germany


Box 47 Folder 5 Napoleon


Box 47 Folder 5 Vittoria Colonna and Michael Angelo


Box 47 Folder 5 Milton


Box 47 Folder 5 Richelieu


Box 47 Folder 5 Catherine of Siena


Box 47 Folder 5 Catherine de Medici


Box 47 Folder 6 Pythagoras


Box 47 Folder 6 Jefferson (3)


Box 47 Folder 6 Huxley


Box 47 Folder 6 Descartes (2)


Box 47 Folder 6 Burke (2)


Box 47 Folder 6 Robespierre, Gensonne


Box 47 Folder 6 General Armstrong


Box 47 Folder 6 Keppler, Calilei


Box 47 Folder 6 Mme. Roland (2)


Box 47 Folder 6 Chatham


Box 47 Folder 6 Bayard


Box 47 Folder 7 Notes on Persons (Hil1quit)


Box 47 Folder 7 Hu Su


Box 47 Folder 7 Dr. I Adler


Box 47 Folder 7 Golding (2)


Box 47 Folder 7 Steinthal


Box 47 Folder 7 Hoover


Box 47 Folder 7 Lincoln (4)


Box 47 Folder 7 Frothingham (2)


Box 47 Folder 7 Mrs. P


Box 47 Folder 7 The Elder Cato


Box 47 Folder 7 Uses of Biography in the Home


Box 47 Folder 7 Leading Traits


Box 47 Folder 7 Additional biographical studies


Box 47 Folder 7 Additional note on biography


Box 47 Folder 7 Concentration (re: biography)


Box 47 Folder 8 Li Hung Chang


Box 47 Folder 8 Carl Barnes, Prof Zueblin, Moskowitz, Mr. Gill

[Not Received]


Box 47 Folder 8 Salter (3)


Box 47 Folder 8 Jeanne d'Arc


Box 47 Folder 8 Lord Shaftsbury (2)


Box 47 Folder 8 Jacob Riis


Box 47 Folder 8 Gandhi


Box 47 Folder 8 John M.


Box 47 Folder 8 Pupin


Box 47 Folder 8 Montaigne and Stevenson


Box 47 Folder 8 K. (2)


Box 47 Folder 8 Machiavelli


Box 47 Folder 8 Canning


Box 47 Folder 8 President Hayes


Box 47 Folder 9 H.S.


Box 47 Folder 9 Mme. Roland (2)


Box 47 Folder 9 Galilei


Box 47 Folder 9 Tagore (2)


Box 47 Folder 9 Robespierre


Box 47 Folder 9 Goethe and Plato


Box 47 Folder 9 Mr. Noyes


Box 47 Folder 9 Saladin


Box 47 Folder 9 Mr. Baillie


Box 47 Folder 9 Bismarck


Box 47 Folder 9 Mr. Munson


Box 47 Folder 9 Buddha


Box 47 Folder 9 Savonarola


Box 47 Folder 9 Frederick the Great


Box 47 Folder 9 Caroline T. Haven


214 Jewish Subjects


Box 47 Folder 1 Universalism as related to legalism


Box 47 Folder 1 "Eili, Eili"


Box 47 Folder 1 Zionism - notes (Atlantic City)


Box 47 Folder 1 A line of thought· apropos of Zionism


Box 47 Folder 1 Jewish Religion (Sombart)


Box 47 Folder 1 Legends of the Jews (Ginsberg)


Box 47 Folder 1 Religion of the Semites (Robertson Smith)


Box 47 Folder 1 Rise of Hebrew Monotheism


Box 47 Folder 1 Disappointment of the Jew, as compared with that of the Christian


Box 47 Folder 1 Zionism (3)


Box 47 Folder 1 Jewish View of Jesus (Enelow)


Box 47 Folder 1 Title of Jews ·to Homeland in Palestine


Box 47 Folder 1 In rebus Judaieis


Box 47 Folder 1 The Palestine Report


Box 47 Folder 1 History of Israel (Wellhausen) (2)


Box 47 Folder 1 Condition of the Jews in Russia


Box 47 Folder 1a Confirmation address


Box 47 Folder 1a Jewish marriage


Box 47 Folder 1a The Hagada


Box 47 Folder 1a History of the religious school of the Temple Emanuel


Box 47 Folder 1a Address delivered at the Hebrew Orphan Asylum, 1869 December 11


Box 47 Folder 1a Address delivered at the Hebrew Orphan Asylum, 1869 November 20


Box 47 Folder 2 Jewish and xtn ideals


Box 47 Folder 2 Prayers of Israel


Box 47 Folder 2 Old Testament and New Testament


Box 47 Folder 2 A variety of Zionism


Box 47 Folder 2 Valid Differences - Judaism and Christianity


Box 47 Folder 2 Points in the Development of Jewish Religion


Box 47 Folder 2 Maimonides (2)


Box 47 Folder 2 The Heroes of "Legalism"


Box 47 Folder 2 The Jewish People in the time of Christ


Box 47 Folder 2 Jewish Religion (Resurrection)


Box 47 Folder 2 Dubner – History of the Jews in Russia dn Poland


Box 47 Folder 2 "Ethical Wills"


Box 47 Folder 2 Zionism - Jastrow


Box 47 Folder 2 Old and N.T. and the Jewish Religion


Box 47 Folder 2 The Passover


Box 47 Folder 2 The Day of Atonement


Box 47 Folder 2 Interview with Hebrew Students


Box 47 Folder 3 Montefiore Hebrew religion


Box 47 Folder 3 The Judaism of the future (Adler, 1873)


Box 47 Folder 3 The main affirmations [of Hebraic prophecy]


Box 47 Folder 3 Zionist and assimilationist


Box 47 Folder 3 The Jewish Service


Box 47 Folder 3 Zionist, Assimilationist, and Ethical Point of view


Box 47 Folder 3 The Jewish Question


Box 47 Folder 3 Hebrew Religion (3)


Box 47 Folder 3 Keynote of Hebrew Religion and Xtnty


Box 47 Folder 3 Note son Hebrew Monotheism


Box 47 Folder 3 Philo (3)


Box 47 Folder 4 Psychological Note on the Anti-Semitic Movement


Box 47 Folder 4 Israel and its Culture


Box 47 Folder 4 Genius of Judaism (2)


Box 47 Folder 4 The legacy of Israel [1932-3]


Box 47 Folder 4 History of the Marranos (C. Roth)


Box 47 Folder 4 Fragments of a Samaritan Targum


Box 47 Folder 4 Place of the Jew in Western civilization


Box 47 Folder 4 The Temple of Jerusalem


Box 47 Folder 4 Concerning the perpetuation of the Jewish race


Box 47 Folder 4 Moore's Judaism


Box 47 Folder 4 Abstract of Moral Code in the Pentateuch


Box 47 Folder 4 Mendelssohn


Box 47 Folder 4 Points in Jewish History


Box 47 Folder 4 Birth of Personality among the Hebrews


Box 47 Folder 4 Remarks on the Septuagint


Box 47 Folder 4 The Cabala


Box 47 Folder 4 Nachmanides


Box 47 Folder 4 Religion of Israel


215 Poets and Poetry


Box 47 Folder 1 Schiller on the sublime


Box 47 Folder 1 Milton- Paradise Lost (2)


Box 47 Folder 1 Dorothy Wordsworth



Folder 1 Schiller



Box 47 Folder 1 The Aesthetic Education of Man


Box 47 Folder 1 Religion


Box 47 Folder 1 Naïve and Sentimental Poets


Box 47 Folder 1 Essay on Grace and Dignity


Box 47 Folder 1 Milton


Box 47 Folder 1 Religion is Poetry – Poetic Genius and Religious Genius


Box 47 Folder 1 Wordsworth – Poet's Epitaph – Prefaces


Box 47 Folder 1 The Poet's Life and Works


Box 47 Folder 1 Keats' Letters (3)


Box 47 Folder 1 Religious Poetry


Box 47 Folder 1 Poetry (Enc. Brit) (2)


Box 47 Folder 1 Religious Poetry – The Ramayan


Box 47 Folder 1 Selective Principle in Dramatic Art


Box 47 Folder 1 Chanson de Roland


Box 47 Folder 1 Place of the Drama in Religious Life


215.01 Poets and Poetry--Dante


Box 47 Folder 1 Of sin and expiation


Box 47 Folder 1 Purgatory


Box 47 Folder 1 The New Life


Box 47 Folder 1 Divine Commedia


Box 47 Folder 1 Monarchy


Box 47 Folder 1 Dante's Relation to Nature


Box 47 Folder 1 Spiritual Message of


Box 47 Folder 1 Notes for the Address on Dante's Beatrice


215.02 Poets and Poetry--Shakespeare


Box 47 Folder 1 Shakespeariana


Box 47 Folder 1 King Lear


Box 47 Folder 1 Notes on King Lear


Box 47 Folder 1 "Hamlet" and "King Lear"


Box 47 Folder 1 "Richard III"


Box 47 Folder 1 "Hamlet" (2)


Box 47 Folder 1 "Cymbeline"


Box 47 Folder 1 "The Tempest"


Box 47 Folder 1 Bradley's Essays on Shakespearean Tragedy


Box 47 Folder 1 Differences between My Interpretation and Werder's


Box 47 Folder 1 The Passing Day (Hamlet)


Box 47 Folder 1a Shakespeare's Macbeth (2)


Box 47 Folder 1a Notes on Macbeth


Box 47 Folder 1a Shakespeare's Midsummer night's dream


Box 47 Folder 1a Timon of Athens


Box 47 Folder 1a Stevenson on the Gentleman


Box 47 Folder 1a The Shakespearean Plays


Box 47 Folder 1a Macbeth


Box 47 Folder 1a "All's Well that Ends Well"


Box 47 Folder 1a "The Merchant of Venice"


Box 47 Folder 1a Marriage in Shakespeare's Plays


Box 47 Folder 1a "As You Like It"


Box 47 Folder 1b Hamlet



Box 48 Folder 1 215.03 Poets and Poetry--Goethe


Box 48 Folder 1-2 216 Jottings


Box 48 Folder 1-2 216.01 Jottings--Reflections


217 Books (Notes) Miscellaneous


Box 48 Folder 1 Lewissohn- Upstream


Box 48 Folder 1 Bossuet


Box 48 Folder 1 Calderon- Life a Dream


Box 48 Folder 1 Villey – Le Monde des Aveugles


Box 48 Folder 1 Warner – Essays, in the Wilderness (2)


Box 48 Folder 1 Daughter of the Samurai


Box 48 Folder 1 Stevenson – Letters, Pulvis et Umbra


Box 48 Folder 1 Swift – Tale of a Tub


Box 48 Folder 1 Hauf – Stories


Box 48 Folder 1 Maurcis – Ariel


Box 48 Folder 1 Ewald – Die Wiedergeburt des Geistes


Box 48 Folder 1 Kipling – the Seven Seas


Box 48 Folder 1 Pear – 46 Years in Constantinople


Box 48 Folder 1 Bernstorff – My 3 years in America


Box 48 Folder 1 Eliot (George) – Middlemarch (2), Daniel Deronda, Romola


Box 48 Folder 2 Randall – The Western Mind


Box 48 Folder 2 Lippman – Preface to Politics


Box 48 Folder 2 Mirros of Downing St.


Box 48 Folder 2 Wallas, G. – The Great Society – Human Nature in Politics


Box 48 Folder 2 Brailsford – War of Steel and Cold


Box 48 Folder 2 Robinson – Mind in the Making


Box 48 Folder 2 Maeterlinck – Wisdom and Destiny


Box 48 Folder 2 Hayes – My Leper Friends


Box 48 Folder 2 Guyau – note


Box 48 Folder 2 Donne, "Blathanatos"


Box 48 Folder 3 Bacon, Essay on truth


Box 48 Folder 3 Bacon, Eidola tribiis


Box 48 Folder 3 Bacon's essays


Box 48 Folder 3 Barras, "The spiritual families of France"


Box 48 Folder 3 Bourget, "Nos actes nous suivent"


Box 48 Folder 3 Browne, Christian morals


Box 48 Folder 3 Calvin's Institutes


Box 48 Folder 3 Carnegie Foundation Report on public school education


Box 48 Folder 3 Cervantes, "Don Quixote"


Box 48 Folder 3 Coleridge, Biographia literaria


Box 48 Folder 3 Cumberland, Set down in malice


Box 48 Folder 3 Bacon - Advancement of Learning


Box 48 Folder 3 Bacon – Essays


Box 48 Folder 3 Balfour - Foundations of Belief


Box 48 Folder 3 Berkeley (3)


Box 48 Folder 3 Borah (Article in Times)


Box 48 Folder 3 Burgess - Political Science


Box 48 Folder 3 Calhoun - Disquisition on Government


Box 48 Folder 3 Cole - World of Labor


Box 48 Folder 3 Croly - Progressive Democracy


Box 48 Folder 4 [Edwards] The colonial mind


Box 48 Folder 4 [Edwards] Second volume of Paddington


Box 48 Folder 4 Friedel, Kulturgeschichte der Neuzeit


Box 48 Folder 4 Fuller, Worthies of England


Box 48 Folder 4 Grotius, De Jure Belli et Pacis


Box 48 Folder 4 Hartmann's Ethics


Box 48 Folder 4 Hawthorne, Minister's black veil


Box 48 Folder 4 Ireland, Life of Pulitzer


Box 48 Folder 4 Lessing, Nathan the wise


Box 48 Folder 4 Lowie's Primitive society


Box 48 Folder 4 Marx, Das Kapital


Box 48 Folder 4 Grotius (Neumann's notes)


Box 48 Folder 4 Duncan- Story of Metlakantle


Box 48 Folder 4 Hallam - Grotius


Box 48 Folder 4 Hobjouse - Morals in Evolution


Box 48 Folder 4 King-Psychology of Child Development


Box 48 Folder 4 McGiffert - God of Early Christians


Box 48 Folder 4 McKechnie-The State and the Individual


Box 48 Folder 4 Marco Polo


Box 48 Folder 4 Mezes - Ethics


Box 48 Folder 4 Paley-Moral Philosophy


Box 48 Folder 5 Pater, Marius the Epicurean


Box 48 Folder 5 Pritchett's Report on education (Adler)


Box 48 Folder 5 Schneider, Making the Fascist state


Box 48 Folder 5 Siegfried, Les etats unis


Box 48 Folder 5 Perry - The New Realism


Box 48 Folder 5 Pritchett-Report on Education


Box 48 Folder 5 Riehl


Box 48 Folder 5 Seth-Study or Ethical Principles


Box 48 Folder 5 Shaftesbury-Inquiry concerning virtue and merit


Box 48 Folder 5 Smith (Kemp) – Paper on Renaissance


Box 48 Folder 5 Steiner (Rudo1ph)-The Three Commonwealths


Box 48 Folder 5 Strong- Why the Mind has a Body


Box 48 Folder 6 Uilamuno


Box 48 Folder 6 Thomasius


Box 48 Folder 6 Thring


Box 48 Folder 6 Volkmann-Psychology


Box 48 Folder 6 Wallas (Graham)-Human Nature in Politics


Box 48 Folder 6 Ward -·Naturalism and Agnosticism


Box 48 Folder 6 Wolf (Christian)-Chapter in Bluntschli


Box 48 Folder 6 Bodin (Janet's Chapter)


Box 48 Folder 6 Zwingli


217.01 Books--Coit


Box 48 Folder 1 Coit National idealism


Box 48 Folder 1 Ethical Lecturers' Fund Com., Stanton Coit's statement


Box 48 Folder 1 Certain Portraits (Stanton Coit)


Box 48 Folder 1 The Two Steps Proposed by Coit



Folder 1 Coit



Box 48 Folder 1 The Soul of America


Box 48 Folder 1 The Dynamics of Democracy


Box 48 Folder 1 Ethical Movement


218 Morality and Ethics


Individual Ethics



Box 49 Folder 1 Fitting one's back to the burden


Box 49 Folder 1 Vital problems of today


Box 49 Folder 1 Ethical reinterpretations


Box 49 Folder 1 Psychological note on giving


Box 49 Folder 1 Congeniality


Box 49 Folder 1 Principles of liberty


Box 49 Folder 1 Situations to test ethical principles


Box 49 Folder 1 The Mortal Sins

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 1 Work and Play


Box 49 Folder 1 Self-Discipline


Box 49 Folder 1 Weakness of the Will


Box 49 Folder 1 The Broken Will


Box 49 Folder 1 Liberty and Control


Box 49 Folder 1 Remuneration


Box 49 Folder 1 Wagner on Motives

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 1 Maurice's Consciences


Box 49 Folder 1 Grim on Old Age


Box 49 Folder 1 The notion of Ripeness


Box 49 Folder 1 Paths of Personal Peace


Box 49 Folder 1 Critical Periods of Life

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 1 Frustration


Box 49 Folder 1 Freedom and Wisdom


Box 49 Folder 1 Falsehood


Box 49 Folder 1 Major Interests and Maximum Interests


Box 49 Folder 1 Vital Problems (2)


Ethico Religious Topics


Box 49 Folder 2 Principles of ethics and religion


Box 49 Folder 2 Ethical hygiene


Box 49 Folder 2 The Ethical Problem


Box 49 Folder 2 Man a Product of Nature (2)


Box 49 Folder 2 Is the Foundation of "Hope" sound


Box 49 Folder 2 The Greater and the Lesser Evil


Box 49 Folder 2 The Bruising Effect of sensitiveness to the world


Box 49 Folder 2 Simple and Complex Ethical Tasks


Box 49 Folder 2 The Task of Humanity (2)


Box 49 Folder 2 Facing Life as it is


Box 49 Folder 2 Systems of Self-Discipline


Box 49 Folder 2 An Ideal Type; and Vital Problems


Morality (Public and Private)


Box 49 Folder 3 Group morality in its relation to freedom


Box 49 Folder 3 Moral experiences


Box 49 Folder 3 Discord between moral and physical order


Box 49 Folder 3 Difference between the natural law & a moral law


Box 49 Folder 3 Additional remarks (cave man vs. modern man)


Box 49 Folder 3 Moral askesis


Box 49 Folder 3 Articles on Moral problems


Box 49 Folder 3 Man to man morality and morality of Nations


Box 49 Folder 3 Philistine Morality (2)


Box 49 Folder 3 Motive Power in the Moral Life


Box 49 Folder 3 Origin and Development of Moral Ideas (Westermarck)


Box 49 Folder 3 Public and Private morality (3)


Box 49 Folder 3 Immoralism and Its Roots

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 3 Right and Wrong Acts


Box 49 Folder 3 The New Conscience

[Not Received]


Ethical Definitions


Box 49 Folder 4 Ethical Irony (2)


Box 49 Folder 4 Man vs. the Gentleman


Box 49 Folder 4 The Idea of Justice (2)


Box 49 Folder 4 A Definition of Wisdom


Ethics--Miscellaneous


Box 49 Folder 5 Will to be1ieve &ethical ground of belief


Box 49 Folder 5 Medical ethics


Box 49 Folder 5 Ethical approach to reality


Box 49 Folder 5 Ethical view of 1ife


Box 49 Folder 5 Principles and precepts


Box 49 Folder 5 Source of power- in Ethical movement


Box 49 Folder 5 Metaphysical character of ethical ideal


Box 49 Folder 5 Through Darkness to Light (2)


Box 49 Folder 5 Freedom within the Limits (2)


Box 49 Folder 5 Impending Changes


Box 49 Folder 5 Poetry of an Office Building


Box 49 Folder 5 Visiting the Sick


Box 49 Folder 5 Claim of aged to reverence


Box 49 Folder 5 Effects of New View on Immortality and Sin


Box 49 Folder 5 Constructive Principle of Status Relations


Box 49 Folder 5 Ethical Imagination


Box 49 Folder 5a Four cardinal virtues


Box 49 Folder 5a Sacraments of the Ethical 1ife


Box 49 Folder 5a Vicarious punishment


Box 49 Folder 5a Notes on character


Box 49 Folder 5a Notes on the duty of veracity


Box 49 Folder 5a Self-sacrifice


Box 49 Folder 5a The Two Voices


Box 49 Folder 5a Sequence of Virtues


Box 49 Folder 5a Loyalty


Box 49 Folder 5a Truth Telling


Box 49 Folder 5a Statement of way of Living


Box 49 Folder 5a Special Moral Defects


Box 49 Folder 5a Duties


Box 49 Folder 5a Repentance (Von Hartmann)


Box 49 Folder 5a Character


Box 49 Folder 5a Is Cynical View of Human Nature Warranted?


Box 49 Folder 5a The Cardinal Virtues (2)


Box 49 Folder 5a Temperance-Sunday Opening of Saloons (2)


Box 49 Folder 5a Substitutes for the Saloon


Box 49 Folder 5b Additional on punishment


Box 49 Folder 5b Our duties to others


Box 49 Folder 5b Chief classes of duties


Box 49 Folder 5b Conflict of duties


Box 49 Folder 5b The idea of truthfulness·


Box 49 Folder 5b Truth and authorship


Box 49 Folder 5b Punishment of Children

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 5b Notes on the Family (Lippert)


Box 49 Folder 5b New View of Childhood


Box 49 Folder 5b Truthfulness (2)


Box 49 Folder 5b Secular Morality


Box 49 Folder 5b Traditional Morality


Box 49 Folder 5b Happiness and Morality (Sanders)


Box 49 Folder 5b Duties


Box 49 Folder 5b Hill - The significance of coercion


Box 49 Folder 5c Presenting the task of humanity


Box 49 Folder 5c Man as the subject of duty


Box 49 Folder 5c Classification of duties


Box 49 Folder 5c Happiness


Box 49 Folder 5c Shadow of sin


Box 49 Folder 5c Absolute values


Box 49 Folder 5c What is vanity?


Box 49 Folder 5c Pleasure


Box 49 Folder 5c Truthfulness and Honesty


Box 49 Folder 5c Pity and Terror (2)


Box 49 Folder 5c Sin end Society (Ross)


Box 49 Folder 5c Unity of Mankind


Box 49 Folder 5c A World Conscience and History of Desire for Happiness


Box 49 Folder 5c Love your enemies


Box 49 Folder 5c Reverence


Box 49 Folder 5c Dignity


Box 49 Folder 5c Piety


Box 49 Folder 5c Conscience


Box 49 Folder 5c Duties


Box 49 Folder 5d Clarification of the Ethical Ideal


Box 49 Folder 5d The Right to Live and the Duty of Living


Box 49 Folder 5d The Meaning of Evil


Box 49 Folder 5d Part Which the Ideal Plays in the Actual' Life of Beeple


Box 49 Folder 5d Ethical reinterpretations


Box 49 Folder 5d The psychology of gratitude


Box 49 Folder 5d The concept of honor


Box 49 Folder 5d Ethical Idea in the Marketplace


Box 49 Folder 5d Eternal Values


Box 49 Folder 5d True Morality Mocks at Morality (Pascal)


Box 49 Folder 5d 2 Levels of Ethical Life


Box 49 Folder 5d Middle Class Morality in Light of War


Box 49 Folder 5d Applicability of Moral Law


Box 49 Folder 5d Is it Possible to do right?


Box 49 Folder 5d The Problem of Evil


Box 49 Folder 5d Gratitude (HYD)


Box 49 Folder 5d Effect of large ideas in hardening Human nature


Box 49 Folder 5d A New commandment


Box 49 Folder 5e Irrationalism


Box 49 Folder 5e Perfection vs. ens perfectissimum


Box 49 Folder 5e Analysis of self-denial and self-sacrifice


Box 49 Folder 5e The essential self


Box 49 Folder 5e Admiration


Box 49 Folder 5e One who has lived the life of wealthy


Box 49 Folder 5e Humanism


Box 49 Folder 5e Do the means justify the end?


Box 49 Folder 5e Detachment


Box 49 Folder 5e Society and Solitude


Box 49 Folder 5e Civilization


Box 49 Folder 5e Plan of Ethical Living


Box 49 Folder 5e A Moral Question


Box 49 Folder 5e Ethics of Equality


Box 49 Folder 5e Ethik – Lazarus


Box 49 Folder 5e Prayer


Box 49 Folder 5e Self-Transformation as the West


Box 49 Folder 5e Self-sacrifice (vicarious)


Box 49 Folder 5e Self-denial


Box 49 Folder 5e Self-discipline (2)


Box 49 Folder 5e Self-knowledge


Box 49 Folder 5e Minor Morals


Box 49 Folder 5e Applause


Box 49 Folder 5e Chivalry


Box 49 Folder 5f Definitions


Box 49 Folder 5f Good as Foe of Better


Box 49 Folder 5f False Ethics in discussion of War


Box 49 Folder 5f Peace at center of storm


Box 49 Folder 5f Work of the Imagination on character


Box 49 Folder 5f Egocentrism, Natural Liberty, 5 rules


Box 49 Folder 5f Reconciling oneself to hardships


Box 49 Folder 5f Qualities by which mankind will be redeemed


Box 49 Folder 5f Weakness as Source of Badness


Box 49 Folder 5f Beauty and Ugliness 0f Actions


Box 49 Folder 5f Obstacles designed to Provoke Power


Box 49 Folder 5f Confession


Box 49 Folder 5f Survey started by Tennyson's line


Box 49 Folder 5f Friendship (2)


Box 49 Folder 5f Principles of Ethics


Box 49 Folder 5f The Logic of Ethics


Box 49 Folder 5f Data of Ethics


Box 49 Folder 5f Foundation of Ethics


Box 49 Folder 5f The One Thing in Life That· Matters


Box 49 Folder 5f Ethical realism - definition


Box 49 Folder 5f Friendship (notes)


218.01 Morality and Ethics--Personal Relations


Box 49 Folder 1 Treatment of Enemies


Box 49 Folder 1 Responsibility (3)


Box 49 Folder 1 Problems of the Personal Life


Box 49 Folder 1 Living and Dying in others


Box 49 Folder 1 Change in in Human Relations


Box 49 Folder 1 New Way of Attacking the Social Problem


Box 49 Folder 1 Note – Friendship – Way of Living


Box 49 Folder 1 Hate – Filial Piety


Box 49 Folder 1 Prejudice

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 1 Humility (2)


Box 49 Folder 1 Additional Notes on Prejudice


Box 49 Folder 1 Uncongenial Natures in Close Connection


Box 49 Folder 1 The Enemies by Which I Am Surrounded


Box 49 Folder 1 The crises of life


Box 49 Folder 1 How to behave towards' the unjust


Box 49 Folder 1 The general conception of life


Box 49 Folder 1 Symbolic aspect of human relationships


Box 49 Folder 1 Relation of diversity to unity


Box 49 Folder 1 Problem of unity in diversity


Box 49 Folder 1 Incompatibility in persona1 relations


218.02 Morality and Ethics--Death, Suicide, Consolations, Immortality


Box 49 Folder 1 Is the voluntary ending of one's life ever permissible


Box 49 Folder 1 Notes on immortality (2)


Box 49 Folder 1 Death and immortality


Box 49 Folder 1 The desire for immortality


Box 49 Folder 1 Belief in immortality


Box 49 Folder 1 Syllabus - on suicide


Box 49 Folder 1 Notes on suicide


Box 49 Folder 1 Notes for a paper on suicide


Box 49 Folder 1 Hume on suicide


Box 49 Folder 1 A book of consolations


Box 49 Folder 1 A vision of the night


Box 49 Folder 1 Remarks on transposition


Box 49 Folder 1 Individual salvation


Box 49 Folder 1 At the terminus


Box 49 Folder 1 Contemplation of death


Box 49 Folder 1 Immortality (3)


Box 49 Folder 1 Suicide (2)


Box 49 Folder 1 Cremation


Box 49 Folder 1 Consolations (2)


Box 49 Folder 1 Commemoration Service

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 1 Death and Transfiguration


Box 49 Folder 1 Witness to Personality in Bereavement


Box 49 Folder 1 Death Penalty

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 1 Death of Edwin S.

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 1 Discord between Moral and Physical Order

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 1 Human Consolations


Box 49 Folder 1a Acceptance of suffering


Box 49 Folder 1a J. Taylor's chapters on sickness


Box 49 Folder 1a Link between joy and sorrow


Box 49 Folder 1a Weltschmerz


Box 49 Folder 1a De profundis


Box 49 Folder 1a How to·· think of the departed


Box 49 Folder 1a The tragic element in life


Box 49 Folder 1a Dying and resurrecting in others


Box 49 Folder 1a The crucial experience


Box 49 Folder 1a Consolation (Hirsch)

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 1a Critical Experiences


Box 49 Folder 1a Crucial spiritual Experience


Box 49 Folder 1a Attitude toward the dead


Box 49 Folder 1a Concerning a future state


Box 49 Folder 1a Intimations of immortality


Box 49 Folder 1a Tragic catharsis in actual life

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 1a Sacrament of Bereavement

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 1a Sickbed; also, Jeremy Taylor on sickness


Box 49 Folder 1a Names for Burial Grounds


Box 49 Folder 1a What the Maimed can do


Box 49 Folder 1a Cremation


Box 49 Folder 1a Dedication of Mt. Pleasant

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 1a Unamuma – The Tragic Sense of Life

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 1a Henley and Stevenson's attitude


Box 49 Folder 1a The tragic note


Box 49 Folder 1a Tragic suggestions in Human life


Box 49 Folder 1a Additions to chapters on 3 Shadows


Box 49 Folder 1a The Last Outlook


218.03 Morality and Ethics--Woman, Love, Feminism, etc.


General


Box 49 Folder 1 The Essential Love


Box 49 Folder 1 Memorandum on Love


Box 49 Folder 1 Moral Dangers of the Strenuous


Box 49 Folder 1 Two pictures of woman


Box 49 Folder 1 The Attraction between the sexes


Box 49 Folder 1 Liberty and Woman's Honor


Box 49 Folder 1 Woman Suffrage


Box 49 Folder 1 Spiritual Love


Box 49 Folder 1 Reflections – Love – the Prophetic Woman


Box 49 Folder 1 Eth. M. in Relation to Feminism

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 1 The Eugenics Movement


Box 49 Folder 1 Woman's Share in Primitive Culture


Box 49 Folder 1 Social Position of women (Floss)


Box 49 Folder 1 Types of women


Box 49 Folder 1 Work of women among the foreign groups


Box 49 Folder 1 Chapter on the Family (Von Eicken)


Box 49 Folder 1 Frauenbewegung – Cohn


Marriage and Divorce


Box 49 Folder 2 Westermark's History of Marriage


Box 49 Folder 2 Marriage: The .Storm Center


Box 49 Folder 2 Woman's Place in Modern Society


Box 49 Folder 2 Ethical Movement in Its Relation to Feminism


Box 49 Folder 2 Divorce (Lichtenberg)


Box 49 Folder 2 The kind of fidelity in marriage


Box 49 Folder 2 Describing the spiritual image


Box 49 Folder 2 Notes on marriage


Box 49 Folder 2 Memorandum - Keeping faith


Box 49 Folder 2 Notes on divorce


Box 49 Folder 2 Incompatibility between husbands and wives


Box 49 Folder 2 Mem. On Companionate Marriage


Box 49 Folder 2 Two Affirmations


Box 49 Folder 2 The Influence of Marriage


Box 49 Folder 2 Smith – Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabia


Box 49 Folder 2 Marriage and Divorce (Richard)


Box 49 Folder 2 The Spouse


Box 49 Folder 2 Manning – Grant Controversy


Box 49 Folder 2 Additional notes


Box 49 Folder 2 Lowell Inst. Lecture – main points


Box 49 Folder 2 Wherein I differ from the legal view of divorce


Box 49 Folder 2 Divorce – (Bishop – (Milton)


Womanhood, the Social Evil, the Family


Box 49 Folder 3 Triumph of the 4 human seasons


Box 49 Folder 3 Reconstitution of the family


Box 49 Folder 3 New type of civilization


Box 49 Folder 3 Further development of the family


Box 49 Folder 3 Sisterhood


Box 49 Folder 3 Intellectual culture of mothers


Box 49 Folder 3 Reverence to parents


Box 49 Folder 3 Illegitimacy


Box 49 Folder 3 Abortion


Box 49 Folder 3 Family - industrial &moral side


Box 49 Folder 3 Vocational guidance for young women


Box 49 Folder 3 Woman's Share in culture (Spencer)


Box 49 Folder 3 Education for Distinctive Womanhood (2)


Box 49 Folder 3 Notes on History of Woman


Box 49 Folder 3 The Family (2)


Box 49 Folder 3 Parents and Children


Box 49 Folder 3 The Adolescent Period


Box 49 Folder 3 Woman and Socialism


Box 49 Folder 3 Interview with Chief of Police


Box 49 Folder 3 Mem. For Johnson – Social Evil


Box 49 Folder 3 Woman – men


Box 49 Folder 3 The Shifting of the Standards

[Not Received]


Box 49 Folder 3 Flexner's book


Talks to women



Folder 4 Women's Conference, 1991 February 14-March 27, 1991 February



Box 49 The Idea of Woman


Box 49 Woman's Vocation


Box 49 Women in Industry


Box 49 Marriage and sex education


Box 49 Woman suffrage


218.04 Morality and Ethics--Imperfect Relations


Box 49 Folder 1 Abstract of Lecture


219 Religion


Religious Topics Discussed



Box 50 Folder 1 Perfectibility of human nature


Box 50 Folder 1 Religious perplexities of our time


Box 50 Folder 1 "What is religion?"


Box 50 Folder 1 Beginnings of a religion


Box 50 Folder 1 Religion - Synopsis


Box 50 Folder 1 Perfection vs. the ens perfectissimum


Box 50 Folder 1 Notes on various subjects, religious and philosophical


Box 50 Folder 1 Destiny visions


Box 50 Folder 1 Knowing the ultimate reality


Box 50 Folder 1 The Religious Experience


Box 50 Folder 1 Religion and Philosophy


Box 50 Folder 1 When Does the Ethical Experience change into the religious experience


Box 50 Folder 1 Mythical and Ethical elements distinguished


Box 50 Folder 1 The Idea of Perfection


Box 50 Folder 1 Agnosticism


Box 50 Folder 1 The Scientific and Religious Motive


Box 50 Folder 1 Prayer and Worship (2)


Box 50 Folder 1 Religion and Democracy

[Not Received]


Box 50 Folder 1 Religion of the ignorant masses

[Not Received]


Box 50 Folder 1 Amor Dei


Box 50 Folder 2 "Das Heilige" &development of the individual


Box 50 Folder 2 The phrase "Holy dying"


Box 50 Folder 2 The Efficacy of Prayer (2)


Box 50 Folder 2 The Mystic


Box 50 Folder 2 Illuminism


Box 50 Folder 2 Religious Ideals


Box 50 Folder 2 Baptism (2)


Box 50 Folder 2 Jastrow on Religion


Box 50 Folder 2 Modern Saints


Box 50 Folder 2 Intimations of Divinity


Box 50 Folder 2 Exoteric and Esoteric View of Ethical Religion


Box 50 Folder 2 "Das Heilige" – Otto


Box 50 Folder 2 Notes – Martyrs, Ascetic Practices, Religious consciousness


Box 50 Folder 2 The Divine in Man


Concerning Spirituality


Box 50 Folder 2a Relation of the spiritual ideal to the human problem


Box 50 Folder 2a "A spiritual development" - 7 stations


Box 50 Folder 2a Spiritual attitude towards old age


Box 50 Folder 2a Ethical precepts on the spiritual way of living


Box 50 Folder 2a Helps and hindrances to spiritual life


Box 50 Folder 2a Whether spiritual rule can be detected by behavior


Box 50 Folder 2a Reconstruction of the spiritual ideal


Box 50 Folder 2a Ruminations (what is it to be spiritual?)


Box 50 Folder 2a Essential Elements of the spiritual life


Box 50 Folder 2a Relation of earthly joy to spiritual joy


Box 50 Folder 2a Belief in the spiritual nature of man


Box 50 Folder 2a Tradition of spiritual view of life


Box 50 Folder 2a Spiritual companionship


Box 50 Folder 2a Path of spiritual discovery


Box 50 Folder 2a Seeing the spiritual Being in others


Box 50 Folder 2a Spiritual Meaning of love


Box 50 Folder 2a Technique of spiritual life


Box 50 Folder 2a Applying the spiritual life


Box 50 Folder 2a Detecting the spiritual rule


Box 50 Folder 2a Stating the spiritual rule


Box 50 Folder 2a Spiritual attitude toward old age


Box 50 Folder 2a Spiritualizing of Personality


Box 50 Folder 2a Starting Points for spiritual interpretations of experience


Box 50 Folder 2a Human affections and spiritual ties


Religious Topics, Continued


Box 50 Folder 2b Social Theory and Religious education


Box 50 Folder 2b Discussion of Sin


Box 50 Folder 2b Religious Feeling


Box 50 Folder 2b Piety (2)


Box 50 Folder 2b Love of God (Amor Dei) (2)


Box 50 Folder 2b Highest Type of Love


Box 50 Folder 2b How to rise above utter insignificance


Box 50 Folder 2b A simple Gospel


Box 50 Folder 2b The sore spot (The new religious attitude)


Box 50 Folder 2b Religion or the philosophy of life


Box 50 Folder 2b Toward a new religious, attitude


Box 50 Folder 2b Elements of a religious conception


Box 50 Folder 2c State of mind with regard to sin


Box 50 Folder 2c New conception of Hell

[Not Received]


Box 50 Folder 2c Religion of Mexico

[Not Received]


Box 50 Folder 2c Religion of experience

[Not Received]


Box 50 Folder 2c Religious point of view

[Not Received]


Box 50 Folder 2c Religious organization

[Not Received]


Box 50 Folder 2c Efficacy of prayer

[Not Received]


Box 50 Folder 2c Training for .the Inner Life

[Not Received]


Box 50 Folder 2c Great Philosophers and Religion

[Not Received]


Box 50 Folder 2c Resignation and Eternal Felicity

[Not Received]


Box 50 Folder 2c Holiness of Personality

[Not Received]


Box 50 Folder 2c Consecration

[Not Received]


Box 50 Folder 2c A sketch

[Not Received]


Box 50 Folder 2c Leuba - Religious Consciousness


Box 50 Folder 2c 20th Century Sabbath

[Not Received]


Box 50 Folder 2c Individualistic Religion and church organization

[Not Received]


Box 50 Folder 2c The vocation of the priest


Box 50 Folder 2c A word concerning the religion of experience


Concerning Spirituality, Continued


Box 50 Folder 3 Difficulties in the way of regarding others as spiritual beings


Box 50 Folder 3 The Spiritual whole


Box 50 Folder 3 Difficulty of applying the spiritual ideal to actual man


Box 50 Folder 3 Resume of St. Louis Address


Box 50 Folder 3 Spiritual self-education


Box 50 Folder 3 In profundis and De profundis


Box 50 Folder 3 Relation of the spiritual self to the naturalistic self


Box 50 Folder 3 Applications of spiritual ideas to the conduct of life


Box 50 Folder 3 Spiritual Shelters


Box 50 Folder 3 Essential Points in the spiritual life


Box 50 Folder 3 Difference between spiritual experience and a spiritual miracle


Box 50 Folder 3 The imprisoned soul


Box 50 Folder 3 Seeing the spiritual nature in others


Box 50 Folder 3 The spiritual rule


Box 50 Folder 3 The word "spiritual"


Box 50 Folder 3 The spiritual need of mankind


Box 50 Folder 3 The birth of spiritual power


Box 50 Folder 3 Spiritual Progress


Religious Books


Box 50 Folder 3a Reeman - Do We need a new idea of God


Box 50 Folder 3a Wells - God the Invisible King


Box 50 Folder 3a Durkheim - Elementary forms of the religious life


Box 50 Folder 3a Sels - History of Congregationalism


Box 50 Folder 3a Schreiber - Effects of Wor1d War on German Missionary societies


Box 50 Folder 3a Burr - Religious Confessions and Confessants


Box 50 Folder 3a Von Huege1 - What we mean by Heaven and Hell


Box 50 Folder 3a Waitz - On Religion


Symbolism, Mysticism, etc.


Box 50 Folder 4 Remarks on symbols


Box 50 Folder 4 Symbolism


Box 50 Folder 4 Symbols (2)


Box 50 Folder 4 Symbol and Experience


Box 50 Folder 4 The Unfathomable Mystery of Life


Box 50 Folder 4 Notes for a paper on Mysticism (2)


The Idea of God


Box 50 Folder 5 Divine justice


Box 50 Folder 5 From Ethicak religion and the idea of God


Box 50 Folder 5 Personality of God


Box 50 Folder 5 The personal God (2)


Box 50 Folder 5 Interpretations and reinterpretations


Box 50 Folder 5 The gods are the ever-being


Box 50 Folder 5 The presence of God in the soul



Folder 5 Epithets of God



Box 50 Folder 5 The various theodicies


Box 50 Folder 5 The fool hath said in his heart: there is no God


Box 50 Folder 5 The Biography of God


Box 50 Folder 5 The appeal to experience


Box 50 Folder 5 The Divine


Box 50 Folder 5 The divine nature in every human being


Box 50 Folder 5 The divine element (2)


Box 50 Folder 5 Reconstruction of God-idea


Box 50 Folder 5 A Godless world


The Soul and Body of Religion


Box 50 Folder 6 The Soul and Body of Religion (4)


Box 50 Folder 6 Notes on History of Religions (2)


220 Politics


Box 50 Folder 1 Political Ethics Circle, 1897-1900


American Politics


Box 50 Folder 2 The Fathers of the Republic


Box 50 Folder 2 American idea of liberty


Box 50 Folder 2 American Politics (Johnston)


Box 50 Folder 2 History of Tammany Hall


Box 50 Folder 2 The State (Woodrow Wilson)


Box 50 Folder 2 Moral Forces in American Politics


Box 50 Folder 2 Federalist-Whig-Republican


Box 50 Folder 2 Ethics of Party Loyalty


Box 50 Folder 2 20 years in Congress (Blaine)


Politics (General)


Box 50 Folder 3 Short Catechism of Political Ethics


Box 50 Folder 3 Notes on Dunning's Political Theory


Box 50 Folder 3 Essays on nationalism (Hayes)


Box 50 Folder 3 Procession of statesmen


Box 50 Folder 3 Nature of the State (Willoughby)


Box 50 Folder 3 Anarchy or Government (Saltar)


Box 50 Folder 3 Political Science, Art, Ethics


Box 50 Folder 3 Definition of Republic


Box 50 Folder 3 Public Opinion and Popular government


Box 50 Folder 3 Government of England (Lowell)


Box 50 Folder 3 English Constitution (Bagehot)


Box 50 Folder 3 Notes for a political address


Box 50 Folder 3 English Politics


Box 50 Folder 3 Theory of the State


Box 50 Folder 3 Science of Politics (Pollock) (2)


Box 50 Folder 3 Genossenschaftrecht (Giercke) c.iii


Box 50 Folder 3 Political parties


220.01 Politics--The World War


Box 50 Folder 1 Universal Peace


Box 50 Folder 1 The League of Nations


Box 50 Folder 1 Speaking of Disarmament


Box 50 Folder 1 The quiet hour - New Year, 1915


Box 50 Folder 1 Notes for Armistice Day


Box 50 Folder 1 World crisis and its meaning


Box 50 Folder 1 After the War: what shall be the great role of the U.S.?


Box 50 Folder 1 Conversations with J.R.Bryce


Box 50 Folder 1 The Ethics of the US Position


Box 50 Folder 1 Next steps


Box 50 Folder 1 Mem. For Symposium


Box 50 Folder 1 Espionage


Box 50 Folder 1 Pointe in regard to Internationa1 Peace


Box 50 Folder 1 How the war should be presented to children


Box 50 Folder 1 Disarmament


Box 50 Folder 1 The imminent war


Box 50 Folder 1 'The present World crisis


Box 50 Folder 1 Lord Pryce in the "Guardian"


Box 50 Folder 1 Balfour in US Senate


Box 50 Folder 1 As to Present War


Box 50 Folder 1 Nationalism and Religion


220.01 Politics--War and Peace


Box 50 Folder 1a Duty of Considering One's State of Mind During the War


Box 50 Folder 1a International peace


Box 50 Folder 1a International justice


Box 50 Folder 1a Ethical prerequisites of world peace


Box 50 Folder 1a Conference of Ethical leaders – Effect of the war on our attitude towards life?


Box 50 Folder 1a Ethical attitude towards world peace


Box 50 Folder 1a Christianity and the War Passion


Box 50 Folder 1a Will Democracy Prevent war


Box 50 Folder 1a Why men fight – Russel


Box 50 Folder 1a The Balkan War – Schurman


Box 50 Folder 1a Universal Military service as an expression of patriotism


Box 50 Folder 1b Disarmament


Box 50 Folder 1b Armistice Day and the Outlook for world peace


Box 50 Folder 1b War and Peace


Box 50 Folder 1b National Honor (3)


Box 50 Folder 1b Peace


220.01 Politics--Political Subjects


Box 50 Folder 2 A critique of the idea of sovereignty (Freeman, CU student)


Box 50 Folder 2 Protection of the Individual Against


Box 50 Folder 2 The Tyranny of the Multitude'


Box 50 Folder 2 Notes on democracy, 1913 May 3


Box 50 Folder 2 Friendship Between Political Opponents


Box 50 Folder 2 The Qualities in the Human Being Which the Different Forms of Po1tical Opponents Tend to Develop


Box 50 Folder 2 Methods That Have Been Used to Secure National Unity


Box 50 Folder 2 I1lusions of Democracy


Box 50 Folder 2 Is Culture Compatible with Democracy?


Box 50 Folder 2 Religion and democracy


Box 50 Folder 2 Moral aspect of the trust question


Box 50 Folder 2 Concept of honor


Box 50 Folder 2 The perplexity of the conscientious voter


Box 50 Folder 2 The duty of the hour


Box 50 Folder 2 A Free Church in a Free state


Box 50 Folder 2 Church and state (Russian statesman)


Box 50 Folder 2 The clash of Races


Box 50 Folder 2 The political factor working towards the Ethical Progress of mankind


Box 50 Folder 2 The idea of Sovereignty


Box 50 Folder 2 The Honor of the Nation


Box 50 Folder 2 Disarmament


Box 50 Folder 2 Economic Interpretation of History


Box 50 Folder 2 True aims of American citizenship


Box 50 Folder 2 Self-determination and its limits


Box 50 Folder 2 Political morality


Box 50 Folder 2 Democracy (2)


Box 50 Folder 2 Freedom of speech


Box 50 Folder 2 A super-Parliament


220.01 Politics--The Philippines


Box 50 Folder 3 What to do with the Philippines (Address in Boston)


Box 50 Folder 3 Power – The Philippine Policy


220.01 Politics--Municipal Politics--Democracy


Box 50 Folder 4 Organization of democracies


Box 50 Folder 4 The idea of the greater New York


Box 50 Folder 4 Municipal Problems (Goodnow)


Box 50 Folder 4 Home Rule for cities


Box 50 Folder 4 Municipal Reform


Box 50 Folder 4 Civics and Citizenship


Box 50 Folder 4 The aims of citizen ship (2)


Box 50 Folder 4 Modern Democracies (Bryce)


Box 50 Folder 4 Dangers of American Democracy


220.01 Politics--Political Questions


Box 50 Folder 5 What Are Important News?


Box 50 Folder 5 The State


Box 50 Folder 5 The Franchise Question


Box 50 Folder 5 Analysis of the English Policy in India and in Egypt .


Box 50 Folder 5 Alfred E. Smith


Box 50 Folder 5 The provisional fallacy


Box 50 Folder 5 Church and State (2)


Box 50 Folder 5 Tracts for the Times


Box 50 Folder 5 The representative system


Box 50 Folder 5 Secret diplomacy – sovereignty


Box 50 Folder 5 Matiland – Political Theories


Box 50 Folder 5 Political parties (French conversation)


Box 50 Folder 5 The two tendencies


Box 50 Folder 5 Nature of the State (Willoughby)


Box 50 Folder 5 League of Nations (Brailsford)


Box 50 Folder 5 Bolshevism (Goode)


Box 50 Folder 5 The referendum (Swiss)


Box 50 Folder 5 Notes on Hitlerism


Box 50 Folder 5 Nationalism· (Hayes)


Box 50 Folder 5 The Russian experiment


Box 50 Folder 5 Outward conditions &. race character (Seligman)


Box 50 Folder 5 Value


Box 50 Folder 5 Wealth (Carnegie)


221 Sociology and Economics



Box 51 Folder 1 Web's "Industrial Democracy", vol. II


Economics


Wagner


Box 51 Folder 2 Objects of Political Economy


Box 51 Folder 2 On Motives


Box 51 Folder 2 Ethical Standards applied to economics


Box 51 Folder 2 Moral Values and economic laws


Box 51 Folder 2 Sax – National economics


Box 51 Folder 2 Industrial ethics, subjects


Box 51 Folder 2 Knies, Geld und Kredit


Box 51 Folder 2a Recent economic changes (Wells)


Box 51 Folder 2a Schnaefflo v.iii


Box 51 Folder 2a Minghetti (2)


Box 51 Folder 2a Relation of Ethics to economics


Box 51 Folder 2a Cossar's Guide


Box 51 Folder 2a Political economy (Knies)


Box 51 Folder 2a Principle of economics (Marshall)


Box 51 Folder 2a Industrial Ideal


Box 51 Folder 2a The economic principle


Box 51 Folder 2a Justice in political economy (Schmoller)


Property


Box 51 Folder 2b Impressions of Anti-Poverty meeting

[Not Received]


Box 51 Folder 2b Henry George's position

[Not Received]


Box 51 Folder 2b The Sickness of an Acquisitive Society (Tawney)


Box 51 Folder 2b Adam Smith


Box 51 Folder 2b Keeping Faith (in Business)


Box 51 Folder 2b Reasons for Existence of the Privileged Classes


Box 51 Folder 2b Cooperation


Box 51 Folder 2b Complaints with regards to dealings of merchants


Box 51 Folder 2b Trusts (Hadley)


Box 51 Folder 2b Competition


Box 51 Folder 2b Trade morals (Page)


Box 51 Folder 2b Organization in Business


Box 51 Folder 2b Jevons' Theory


Box 51 Folder 2b The ethics of trade


Box 51 Folder 2b A. Smith's. Theory of the moral sentiments


Box 51 Folder 3-3a Stammler's "Wirtschaft & Recht"


Labor and Social Problems


Box 51 Folder 4 Visit to Lake Placid


Box 51 Folder 4 Ethics of the Boycott

[Not Received]


Box 51 Folder 4 Old Age Insurance – note


Box 51 Folder 4 Crompton's Arbitration


Box 51 Folder 4 Trade Unionism


Box 51 Folder 4 Notes on Labor·


Box 51 Folder 4 Dwellings of the people – Worthington


Box 51 Folder 4 Freedom and Prohibition


Box 51 Folder 4 Problem of the Ethically Minded Wage Earner


Labor


Box 51 Folder 4a "ProAdams lecture" [series, 5 lectures]


Box 51 Folder 4a Ethics of the boycott

[Not Received]


Box 51 Folder 4a Difficulties re: trade unions


Box 51 Folder 4a Injunction and organized labor


Box 51 Folder 4a On boycotts and strikes (Stimson)


Box 51 Folder 4a Labor conference, July 13


Box 51 Folder 4a Reflections on the labor movement


Box 51 Folder 4a Arbeiter Verhaeltnisse (Brentano-Minghetti)


Box 51 Folder 4a Effect of machinery on wages


Box 51 Folder 4a Progress of the Working Classes (Giffen)


Box 51 Folder 4a Attitude of E.S. to the Labor Movement


Box 51 Folder 4a Strikes (Report of the Royal Commission)


Box 51 Folder 4a Notes (Webb)

[Not Received]


Box 51 Folder 4a Chicago Strike Report


Box 51 Folder 4a Improving Labor conditions


Box 51 Folder 4a Notes for an article

[Not Received]


Box 51 Folder 4a The Sweating System (Booth)


Box 51 Folder 4b Freedom and Prohibition

[Not Received]


Box 51 Folder 4b In Reply to Gomper's Invitation


Box 51 Folder 4b Ethical principle in industrial relations


Box 51 Folder 4b Shall teachers affiliate with labor unions?


Box 51 Folder 4b Prospective changes in U.S. government


Box 51 Folder 4b The Labor Movement in NY


Box 51 Folder 4b E.M. and the Labor Question


Box 51 Folder 4b The Stranglehold of the machine


Box 51 Folder 4b An Ethical Program for the Labor Movement


Box 51 Folder 4b The Dignity of Labor


Box 51 Folder 4b 1st session-Arbitration committee (Weber Co.)


Box 51 Folder 4b Control of Immigration


Box 51 Folder 4b Improvement of' conditions in Tailoring trade


Box 51 Folder 4b The saloons


Social Science, Social Law


Box 51 Folder 5 Barth's Sociology


Sociology


Box 51 Folder 6 Baldwin's Mental Development


Box 51 Folder 6 Criticism of Giddings


Box 51 Folder 6 Small's Sociology and Ethics


Box 51 Folder 6 Giddings – Principles of Sociology


Box 51 Folder 6 Baldwin's "Social and Ethical Interpretations"


Box 51 Folder 6 Relation of Ethics to Social Science (& Notes)


Box 51 Folder 6 Sources of Social Enthusiasm


Socialism, Property, Social Reform


Box 51 Folder 7 If revolutionary socialism should lead to civil war…


Box 51 Folder 7 Capitalism, socialism, opportunism


Box 51 Folder 7 Cooperation applied to household life


Box 51 Folder 7 Norman Thomas "As I see it"


Box 51 Folder 7 Relation of religions to social organization


Box 51 Folder 7 A propos of socialism


Box 51 Folder 7 Socialism


Box 51 Folder 7 Topics of Social Interest

[Not Received]


Box 51 Folder 7 The Social Sense

[Not Received]


Box 51 Folder 7 Social Philosophy


Box 51 Folder 7 Social Reform

[Not Received]


Box 51 Folder 7 Social Good and Ethical Ideal

[Not Received]


Box 51 Folder 7 The Unemployed (Drage)


Box 51 Folder 7 Property (Rashdall) (2)


Box 51 Folder 7 Outward Conditions and Race Character (Seligman)


Box 51 Folder 7 Wounded self-consciousness of the Wealthy

[Not Received]


Box 51 Folder 7 Economic Justice

[Not Received]


Box 51 Folder 7 Paradoxes in Human Existence

[Not Received]


Box 51 Folder 7 Does this world owe you a living

[Not Received]


Box 51 Folder 7 Ripley on Trusts


Box 51 Folder 7 Theory of the Leisure Class (Veblen)


Social Topics


Box 51 Folder 8 Society as an organism (Mackenzie)


Box 51 Folder 8 Ethical theory of society


Box 51 Folder 8 Salient characteristics of modern society


Box 51 Folder 8 Definition of society


Box 51 Folder 8 Difference between Utopias and parables


Box 51 Folder 8 Utopias and visions


Box 51 Folder 8 Success in American life


Box 51 Folder 8 Altersklassen und Maennerbuende (Schurz)


Box 51 Folder 8 Introduction to Social Philosophy (Mackenzie)


Box 51 Folder 8 Civilization


Box 51 Folder 8 The Perfect Society


Box 51 Folder 8 American Lawlessness


Box 51 Folder 8 American Idealism


Box 51 Folder 8 American ideals (Roosevelt)


Box 51 Folder 8 Relation of immigrant and native population


Box 51 Folder 8 Ethics of Social discrimination


Box 51 Folder 8 Is Civilization compatible with equality?


Box 51 Folder 8 Aims and methods of Social Science (Schaffle)


Box 51 Folder 8 Recreation


Box 51 Folder 8 Class and Mass (Ghent)


Box 51 Folder 8 Notes

[Not Received ]


Settlements


Box 51 Folder 9 The Settlement Idea


Box 51 Folder 9 East Side Enterprise


Box 51 Folder 9 Madison House Celebration


Box 51 Folder 9 25th Anniversary Settlement Movement


Box 51 Folder 9 25th Anniversary University Settlement


Social Topics


Box 51 Folder 9a The settlement works


Box 51 Folder 9a Civilization


Box 51 Folder 9a Social conditions (Bradley)


Box 51 Folder 9a Distinct Attitude in Social Reform


Box 51 Folder 9a Shall A Man Live the Life of the Poor Voluntarily?


Box 51 Folder 9a Social Theory (Seligman)


Box 51 Folder 9a Genesis of Social conscience


Box 51 Folder 9a Social Service


Box 51 Folder 9a Aims of Social Reform


Box 51 Folder 9a Truthfulness in Social Intercourse


Box 51 Folder 9a State Socialism


Box 51 Folder 9a Social Guilt


Box 51 Folder 9a Real Need of Our Age


The Negro Problem


Box 51 Folder 10 The Negro Problem


Box 51 Folder 10 Dubois- The Negro Problem


Box 51 Folder 10 Points in connection with the Negro problem


Social Institutions



Box 52 Folder 11 Institution for Mentally Backward


Box 52 Folder 11 Report of Perkins Institution for the Blind


Box 52 Folder 11 Formation and decay of Voluntary Associations


Box 52 Folder 11 Institution for Advancement of Ethical Standards


Box 52 Folder 11 People's Inst. And People's Club


Box 52 Folder 11 Address before Organized Charity Association of Jersey City


Box 52 Folder 11 Notes on Adler's lecture (Social institutions)


Child Labor


Box 52 Folder 12 Notes on C.L.


Box 52 Folder 12 Children on the stage


Box 52 Folder 12 Sociological Fund (Illegitimacy)

[Not Received ]


Box 52 Folder 12 Child Labor Address and notes


Box 52 Folder 12 Reorganization of Family

[Not Received ]


Box 52 Folder 12 Family Relations

[Not Received ]


Box 52 Folder 12 Medical Ethics (Foeticide)

[Not Received ]


Box 52 Folder 12 Child labor meeting, Montclair


Box 52 Folder 12 Child Study Association


Progress


Box 52 Folder 13 Idea. of Progress (2)


Box 52 Folder 13 Deep Motive of Human Progress


Box 52 Folder 13 Concerning Progress


Box 52 Folder 13 Wealth and Progress (Gunton)


Box 52 Folder 13 Foes of Human Progress


Box 52 Folder 13 Process of Perfection


Box 52 Folder 13 Science of Social Progress


Box 52 Folder 13 Task of Humanity (3)


Box 52 Folder 13 Trend of the Human Mind


Box 52 Folder 13 Civilization (4)


Box 52 Folder 14 Housing in all countries


221a Sociology and Economics--National Types


Box 52 Folder 1 Science or Nations Primer


Box 52 Folder 1 Personal Notes


Box 52 Folder 1 Characteristic Peculiarities of the German People


Box 52 Folder 1 Three types of Americans


Box 52 Folder 1 German & Eng1ish point of view


Box 52 Folder 1 Esquisse psychologique (Fouillée)


Box 52 Folder 1 Die Amerikaner – Münsterberg


Box 52 Folder 1 German and American Types


Box 52 Folder 1 Fouillée – on the Germans


Box 52 Folder 1 National Character


Box 52 Folder 2 221a Sociology and Economics--Ostrogorski (America)


222 History--Miscellaneous Notes on History


Box 52 Folder 1 Massacre of Saint Bartholomew


Box 52 Folder 1 Seely's Roman Imperialism


Box 52 Folder 1 Rome


Box 52 Folder 1 Feudalism (Luchaire)


Box 52 Folder 1 Aspects of Feudal system


Box 52 Folder 1 Hallam, Middle Ages. France


Box 52 Folder 1 Renaissance (Batiffol)


Box 52 Folder 1 "Feudalism & commerce" (Adams)


Box 52 Folder 1 Counter-reformation in Italy (Symonds)


Box 52 Folder 1 Notes, Hitter's German history


Box 52 Folder 1 Remarks on English history


Box 52 Folder 1 Parallels between Greek and American history


Box 52 Folder 1 Philosophy of History (Woodbridge)

[Not Received]


Box 52 Folder 1 English History – Kigns


Box 52 Folder 1 Dr. Muzzey's History (2)


Box 52 Folder 1 Green- Town Life in the 15th Century


Box 52 Folder 1 France (Enc.B)


Box 52 Folder 1 Feudalism (2)


Box 52 Folder 1 Symonds (Age of Despots) (2)


Box 52 Folder 1 History of Greece and Persia (Meyer)


Box 52 Folder 1 Greek History


Box 52 Folder 1 Roman History (2)


Box 52 Folder 1 Venice (Enc. Brit)


Box 52 Folder 1 German History (3)


Box 52 Folder 1 Freeman's Sicily


Box 52 Folder 1 Notes on Altamira


Box 52 Folder 1 Fall of Dutch Republic


Box 52 Folder 2 History of Islam (Mohammed)


Box 52 Folder 2 ProBurgess ' lectures on American ideal (Berlin)


Box 52 Folder 2 American history


Box 52 Folder 2 Memorandum on slavery


Box 52 Folder 2 Memorandum on reconstruction


Box 52 Folder 2 Concerning history


Box 52 Folder 2 Outlines of history


Box 52 Folder 2 Notes on History


Box 52 Folder 2 Industrial History of England (Gibbons)


Box 52 Folder 2 Story of Mankind (Van Loon)


Box 52 Folder 2 History of Slavery (Ingram)


Box 52 Folder 2 Poland (Enc. Brit)


Box 52 Folder 2 Africa in the 19th Century (Sanderson)


Box 52 Folder 2 South Africa in the 19th Century (Bryce)


Box 52 Folder 2 American History (Epoch Series)


Box 52 Folder 2 Spanish History (2)


Box 52 Folder 2 The recrudescence of Leprosy


Box 52 Folder 2 Burgess on the American Ideal


Box 52 Folder 2 Cheyney – Hart and Fiske [American history]


Box 52 Folder 2 Note on the Settlement of America


Box 52 Folder 3 Independence of Italian Cities


Box 52 Folder 3 Italian history (Enc. Brit)


Box 52 Folder 3 Imperial Germany (Von Buelow)


Box 52 Folder 3 The Feudal Principle


Box 52 Folder 3 Struggle of the Middle Class with the Feudal Mobility


Box 52 Folder 3 Greek and Roman Histories


Box 52 Folder 3 Burkhardt's Civilization of the Renaissance


Box 52 Folder 3 The French Revolution


Box 52 Folder 3 Notes on English History (Greene)

(50pp.)


Box 52 Folder 3 The Hinsdale History


Box 52 Folder 4 Attic History


Box 52 Folder 4 Greek history


Box 52 Folder 4 The Panama Scandal


Box 52 Folder 4 Roman History (3)


Box 52 Folder 4 History of New Testament Times (Mathews)


Box 52 Folder 4 Introduction to the study of history (Langlois and Seignobos)


Box 52 Folder 4 Cambridge History: Mongols


Box 52 Folder 4 Rise of the Dutch Republic (Motley)


Box 52 Folder 4 History of the World (Davies)


Box 52 Folder 4 Dutch in Java (Day)


223 Law--Miscellaneous Notes on Law


Box 52 Folder 1 Spirit of the Common Law (pound)


Box 52 Folder 1 Ethical Foundations of A Law of Nations


Box 52 Folder 1 Preprofessional school of law


Box 52 Folder 1 Note re Cardozo's letter


Box 52 Folder 1 International law


Box 52 Folder 1 Notes on the death penalty


Box 52 Folder 1 Article "Law" in E.R.E. and notes on 1 article


Box 52 Folder 1 Sohm's Roman Law (2)


Box 52 Folder 1 International Law (Westlake)


Box 52 Folder 1 "The Choice Before Us" (Dickinson)


Box 52 Folder 1 Sanctity of Law (Salter on Burgess)


Box 52 Folder 1 Jurisprudence in the Enc. Brit.


Box 52 Folder 1 Judiciary Process (Cardozo)


Box 52 Folder 1 Growth of the law (Cardozo)


Box 52 Folder 1 Elements of the law (Robinson)


Box 52 Folder 1 The Legal concept of Personality (Michoud)


Box 52 Folder 2 Spiritual Side of the Law


Box 52 Folder 2 New Horizons in Criminal Law


Box 52 Folder 2 Punishment of Crime


Box 52 Folder 2 American Lawlessness


Box 52 Folder 2 Notes on law


Box 52 Folder 2 On penology


Box 52 Folder 2 Vattel – International Law


Box 52 Folder 2 International Ethics pnd International


Box 52 Folder 2 Tarde- Les Transformations du droit


Box 52 Folder 2 Sohm (Roman Law)


Box 52 Folder 2 Testing of Statutes


Box 52 Folder 2 Criminal Law (2)


Box 52 Folder 2 Freund-Legal nature of Corporations


224 Science--Notes relating to Science


Box 52 Folder 1 Scientific and ethical methods


Box 52 Folder 1 Science and religion


Box 52 Folder 1 Ends of science and spiritual life


Box 52 Folder 1 Pearson's Grammar of science


Box 52 Folder 1 The German history of biology


Box 52 Folder 1 Problem of space


Box 52 Folder 1 The Idealization of the Scientific man


Box 52 Folder 1 Arrhenius – Das Werden der Welten

[Not Received ]


Box 52 Folder 1 The Widening Gulf between Science and the unscientific


Box 52 Folder 1 The Unfettered mind


Box 52 Folder 1 Science and ethics


Box 52 Folder 1 Growth in connection with the warfare of science and religion


Box 52 Folder 1 Science and Christian Tradition (Huxley)


Box 52 Folder 1 Anthropology (Waitz)


Box 52 Folder 1 Story of the Plants (Grant Allen)


Box 52 Folder 1 History of Medicine (Enc. Brit)


Box 52 Folder 1 Science-notes


Box 52 Folder 1 The Scientific &.rind and the Religious Mind


Box 52 Folder 1 Outlines of Science (Thomson)


Box 52 Folder 1 Some Chemical Problems (Duncan)


Box 52 Folder 1 Religion and science


Box 52 Folder 1 Remarks on Huxley's Essay


225 Art and Aesthetics


General


Box 52 Folder 1 The Mental Concept and Artistic Appreciation


Box 52 Folder 1 Tolstoi- What is Art?


Box 52 Folder 1 Aristotle- Theory of Art


Box 52 Folder 1 The Classical Ideal


Box 52 Folder 1 Symbolism


Box 52 Folder 1 Objective Task of the Artist


Box 52 Folder 1 Exhibit- Art High School


Box 52 Folder 1 Impressionism


Box 52 Folder 1 Art Life in the E.S.


Box 52 Folder 1 Sepulchral Sculpture


Box 52 Folder 1 Point of View of Pictorial Art


Box 52 Folder 1 The Actor's Art


Box 52 Folder 1 Function of Art


Box 52 Folder 1 The classical ideal in Greece


Box 52 Folder 1 Notes on actors and acting


Box 52 Folder 1 Relation of art to labor


Box 52 Folder 2 The Venetian School (Reinach)


Box 52 Folder 2 Eloquence and Art


Box 52 Folder 2 Principles of Aesthetics - Parker


Box 52 Folder 2 Problem of Evil in Aesthetics


Box 52 Folder 2 Address – Robertson Banquet


Box 52 Folder 2 Seriousness in Art


Box 52 Folder 2 Angel's Wings


Box 52 Folder 2 Muensterberg – Chinese Art


Box 52 Folder 2 Works of Art tested by their suitableness


Box 52 Folder 2 Municipal Art

[Not Received]


Box 52 Folder 2 Fundamental Principles of Aesthetics


Box 52 Folder 2 Seminar - Additional Notes on Art


Box 52 Folder 2 Religious mysticism (Wagner)


Music and Dancing


Box 52 Folder 3 Rhymic Motion


Box 52 Folder 3 Classicism and Romanticism in Music


Box 52 Folder 3 Cultural Idea Developed in a School for Musical Artists


Box 52 Folder 3 Concerning Musical Beauty (Hanslick)


Box 52 Folder 3 Address to Sargent School


Box 52 Folder 3 Notes for Sargent School


Box 52 Folder 3 Notes for the New Haven Visit


Box 52 Folder 3 Ideal of Culture for a Musician


Box 52 Folder 3 Dance (E.B.)


Subseries II.3 Single Lectures and Addresses by Dr. Adler (500)

Several of the 500s have a.n.n.s. by George O'Dell, with references to "publishing writings," as though he published a collection.

The Classification of the 500s is as follows:

501 Ethical Society

502 Ethical Movement

503 Ethical Work and Duties

503 Wealth, Poverty and Morality

503 Sin and Self Control

503 Duty and Feelings

503 Youth and Morality

503 Wealth

503 Brotherhood

503 Affliction and Death

503 Ethics as a Help to Living

503 Gambling

504 Marriage and the Family

505 Religion

505.01 Religion and Atheism

505.02 Religious Change

506 Religious Holidays

506.01 New Year's

507 Social Ethics

508 Politics

509 Ethics and Morality

510 Women

511 God

512 Education

513 Judaism

514 England; Literature

515 Anniversary Addresses

515.01 Anniversaries and Dedications

516 Christianity

517 The Preacher

518 Important Figures

519 The Bible

520 War and Peace

521 Easter Addresses

522 Evolution

523 Lectures


501 Ethical Society



Box 53 Folder 1 What Members of the Ethical Society Believe, 1897 May 2


Box 53 Folder 2 A new rule of ethical living, 1925 November 22


Box 53 Folder 3 The Work of Our Society, 1879 October 26


Box 53 Folder 4 Attitude of the Ethical Society Toward Religion, 1895 December 1


Box 53 Folder 5 How Far Does the Ethical Society Take the Place of the Church?, 1896 November 8


Box 53 Folder 6 What Do Members of the Ethical Culture Society Believe In?, 1897 May 2


Box 53 Folder 7 Future Development of the Ethical Culture Society in New York, 1899 March 26


Box 53 Folder 8 Ethical Work


Box 53 Folder 9 Progress of the Ethical Movement in New York


Box 53 Folder 10 How Far Does the Ethical Society Take the Place of the Church?, 1896 November 8


Box 53 Folder 10a Essential Difference Between the Ethical Society and the Churches,, 1900 March 4


Box 53 Folder 11 What We Stand For, 1893 October 22


Box 53 Folder 12 Future Development of the Ethical Culture Society in New York, 1899 March 26


Box 53 Folder 13 Answer to Criticisms of the Ethical Culture


Box 53 Folder 14 The Ethical Culture Society as the Meeting Ground of Gentile and Jew


Box 53 Folder 15 The Recent International Congress of Ethical Societies at Zurich, 1896 October 18


Box 53 Folder 16 Applied Ethics as a Basis of Union for the Ethical Society


Box 53 Folder 17 Ethical Society (First Lecture of 14th Year)


Box 53 Folder 18 Our Purpose and Our Program, 1885 October 25


Box 53 Folder 19 Our Work and Aims, 1887 October 16


Box 53 Folder 20 Our Aims, 1878 October 13


Box 53 Folder 21 Three Peaks of the Ideal, 1886 October 17


Box 53 Folder 22 The Ethical Society and Liberalism


Box 53 Folder 23 Words Addressed to an Ethical Leader on His Installation


Box 53 Folder 24 The Society