Notes from the dictates of Mr George Peacock, taken down by Thomas Paull.Pp.1-37 Formal logic; pp.37-74 on ideas; pp.75-111 on universals; pp.111-144 on substance and accidents; pp.145-203 on propositions; pp.204-234 on logical method; p.i-ii scribbles.
Notes taken down by Thomas Paull from the dictates of George Peacock, 1694
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George Peacock was regent teaching philosophy at Marischal College, Aberdeen, c.1688-1694.
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Purchased from Grant for 7s.6d, 12 Jan 1954
Call number used to be ms1503
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Binding: contemporary, calf with initials E F, inverted, on both covers.Paper: 10.3x15.2cm
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The autograph of Joanne Middleton (Midleton) inside the front cover, of David Hutcheson (Hutgesone) p.57, of Peter Wright p.67, of John Jamieson p.83, of Paul Hollis p.101 [with a note in his hand on p.102], and of John Adam, James Adam and Josua Laing on p.ii.