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Essays, notes and fragments of larger works, 1920-1923

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Dep. Collingwood 16

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Comprising:
  1. (Dep. Collingwood 16/1) 'Truth and Contradiction. Chapter II', n.d. [In An Autobiography (1939) p. 99, Collingwood says that he destroyed the only manuscript of this work, which he wrote in 1917, but this chapter apparently survived.] 22 leaves.
  2. (Dep. Collingwood 16/2) 'Notes on Hegel's Logic', Sept. 1920. 2 leaves.
  3. (Dep. Collingwood 16/3) 'Sketch of a Logic of Becoming' Sept. 1920. 3 leaves.
  4. (Dep. Collingwood 16/4) 'Notes on Formal Logic...', 1920. 10 leaves.
  5. (Dep. Collingwood 16/5) 'Draft of opening chapters of a 'Prolegomena to Logic' (or the like). I. Empirical Logic... II. Transcendental Logic...', 1920-1. i + 36 leaves.
  6. (Dep. Collingwood 16/6) 'An illustration from historical thought', n.d., [c.1920-1]. 4 leaves.
  7. (Dep. Collingwood 16/7) Fragment on Neo-Realism, c.1922-3. 1 leaf.
  8. (Dep. Collingwood 16/8) 'Outline of a Theory of Primitive Mind', Dec. 1933. 8 leaves.
  9. (Dep. Collingwood 16/9) Incomplete manuscript on 'sense-data', Oct.-Nov. 1935. 4 leaves.
  10. (Dep. Collingwood 16/10) 'The Confusion of Sense', n.d. 19 leaves.
  11. (Dep. Collingwood 16/11) Fragment on action and the mind, n.d. 3 leaves.
  12. (Dep. Collingwood 16/12) Fragment on mind and thought, n.d. 2 leaves.
  13. (Dep. Collingwood 16/13) 'Observations on Language' n.d. 4 leaves.

Dates

  • 1920-1923

Extent

1 box

Shelfmark

Dep. Collingwood 16

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Separated Materials

A single leaf of notes on idealism (and realism), originally in this box, transferred to Dep. Collingwood 20/3.

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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