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Changes in Philosophy Courses

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In the absence of Professors E. C. Moore, Theobald Smith, Santayana, and R. B. Perry, during the second half-year, Professor Fite of the University of Indiana will conduct two half-courses, Philosophy 16, on "Representative Philosophical Thinkers of the Nineteenth Century" and Philosophy 5b on "Metaphysics." He will also assist Professor Royce in Philosophy 8, a half-course in advanced logic. Assistant Professor G. P. Adams, of the University of California will also conduct the following courses during the second half-year: Philosophy 3 on the "Philosophy of Nature, with Especial Reference to Man's Place in Nature," Philosophy 14a, on "Descartes, Spinoza, and Leibnitz," and Philosophy 19a, "History of Ethics--The Early English Moralists."

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