In accordance with a special provision passed January 11, 1897, authorizing the Faculty to appoint a Doctor of Philosophy or a Doctor of Science to give instruction. Dr. Guenther Jacoby has been authorized to give, during the first half of the academic year 1910-11 a course of lectures on "Schopenhauer," and Dr. Karl Schmidt during the second half of 1910-11, a course of lectures on "The Logical Structure of Mathematical and Inductive Systems."
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