2 edition of Remarks on the historical mis-statements and fallacies of Mr. Goldwin Smith found in the catalog.
Remarks on the historical mis-statements and fallacies of Mr. Goldwin Smith
|Statement||by a Canadian [i. e. Egerton Ryerson]|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 42053, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 42053|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (12 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||12|
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Remarks on the historical mis-statements and fallacies of Mr. Goldwin Smith [microform]: (late Regius professor of modern history at Oxford University): in his lecture "On the foundation of the American Colonies", and his letters "On the emancipation of the colonies" by Ryerson, Egerton, Pages: Add tags for "Remarks on the historical mis-statements and fallacies of Mr.
Goldwin Smith: (late Regius professor of modern history at Oxford University): in his lecture "On the foundation of the American Colonies", and his letters "On the emancipation of the colonies"".
Remarks on the historical mis-statements and fallacies of Mr. Goldwin Smith (late Regius Professor of Modern History at Oxford University): in his lecture "On the foundation of the American Colonies", and his letters "On the emancipation of the colonies".
Remarks on the historical mis-statements and fallacies of Goldwin Smith Toronto, Ptd. at the Leader steam Press establishment, (OCoLC) Named Person: Goldwin Smith; Goldwin Smith: Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: OCLC Number: Notes.
Remarks on the historical mis-statements and fallacies of Mr. Goldwin Smith: (late Regius professor of modern history at Oxford University): in his lecture "On the foundation of the American Colonies", and his letters "On the emancipation of the colonies" by Egerton Ryerson ().
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Goldwin Smith [Toronto: Leader Steam Press, Cited by: 6. Historians' Fallacies: Toward a Logic of Historical Thought. "If one laughs when David Hackett Fischer sits down to play, one will stay to cheer. His book must be read three times: the first in anger, the second in laughter, the third in wisdom is expressed with a certain ruthlessness/5.
Start studying Book 1 Chapter 6. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Since "fallacies" was written 35 years ago, and his Washington book just recently, Professor Fischer seems to have been able to practice what he preached.
This book reminds me of Mortimor Adler's "How to Read a Book" (the original--not the van Doren amplification; or Alfred North Whitehead's "Modes of Thought" or Barbara Hernstein-Smith's /5(42). quite the fashion, and amongst works of this description an honourable place must be accorded to this charming little volume from the pen of Professor Goldwin Smith.
The method which he adopts is at once original and effective. Imagining himself on the top of the Radcliffe Library on a fine summer's day, he takes for his text the city of palaces which lies spread out at his feet.
Mr. Goldwin Smith, like Macaulay, has written on the study of history, and he has been a keen critic of other historians before becoming one himself. It is a bold thing for a man to bring theory so near to execution, and, amidst dispute on his principles and resentment at.
A brief reply to an important question [microform]: being a letter to Professor Goldwin Smith from an implicit believer in Holy Scripture by Smith, Goldwin, Pages: On some supposed consequences of the doctrine of historical progress, (short work) (external scan) Mr.
Goldwin Smith on the study of history, (short work) (external scan) Rational religion, (external scan) The foundation of the American colonies, (short work) (external scan) Irish history and Irish character, (external scan).
This is an extraordinary achievement — a one volume history of England which sustains a lively pace, and maintains proper perspective in showing the direction, strength and significance of major forces and trends, of the ideas behind the events, and the reasons why men acted as they did. There's a broad range view throughout.
At times one misses the inclusion of myth and. Reviewer's comments: Philosophia offers articles on a wide variety of topics within analytic philosophy in a variety of formats (articles, discussion notes, critical studies, book reviews and problem sections). The subject matter of the va rious articles.
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Bentham has enumerated the most conspicuous of these in the book before us. 1: Whether it be necessary there should be a middleman between the cultivator and the possessor, learned economists have doubted; but neither gods, men, nor booksellers can doubt the necessity of a middleman between Mr.
Bentham and the public. PRELIMINARY REMARKS 3. BOOK I: PRODUCTION 1. CHAPTER I. Of the Requisites of Production 25 BOOK V: ON FALLACIES. CHAPTER I. Of Fallacies in General § 1. Theory of fallacies a necessary part of logic, ; 2. Casual mistakes are not fallacies, Goldwin Smith (4 Feb., ) The Royal Commission on Trades' Unions (15 Feb.
"At the commencement of the connexion between England and Ireland," says Mr. Goldwin Smith, "the foundation was inevitably laid for the fatal system of ascendency—a system under which the dominant party were paid for their services in keeping down rebels by a monopoly of power and emolument, and thereby strongly tempted to take care that.
Folder s Sanders Peirce on Necessity, April Monist Folder n Smith on Morality and Religion Open Court # Folder Mr. Mangasarian Folder Mr. Mangasarian and the War Folder Mr. Spencer on the Ethics of Kant Monist Folder Mr. W. M. Salter on the Soul Open Court # Folder My.Goldwin Smith (Aug - June 7, ) was a British-Canadian historian and journalist.
Smith was born at Reading, Berkshire, on 13 August He was educated at Eton College and Magdalen College, Oxford, and after a brilliant undergraduate career he was elected to a Alma mater: Magdalen College, Oxford.Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.