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Eclectic association of Melbourne. pp. 20, 8vo. Melb.,

Pam., v. 75, no. 1312.

TYERMAN, J. Guide to spirtualism; or, reasons for investigating
the subject, and an exposition and defence of its phenomena
and teachings. 8vo. Melb., 1874.

Spiritualism vindicated; being a reply to the Revds. John
Graham, A. W. Webb, and D. Allen, and the Christian Advo-
cate, pp. 76, 8vo. Melb., 1875.

Pam., v. 161, no. 3081.

WALTERS, Rev. GEORGE. Plain truths about spiritualism, pp.
22, 8vo. Syd., 1893.
Pam., v. 161, no. 3086.

134. Psychical research. Hypnotism.

HUDSON, THOMSON JAY. The law of psychic phenomena; a
working hypothesis for the systematic study of hypnotism,
spiritism, mental therapeutics, &c. 8vo. Lond., 1907.

HYSLOP, JAMES HERVEY. Enigmas of psychical research. 8vo.
Lond., 1906.

PODMORE, FRANK. Mesmerism and Christian science; a short
history of mental healing. 8vo. Lond., 1909.


QUACKENBOS, JOHN DUNCAN. Hypnotic therapeutics in theory

and practice. 8vo. N.Y., 1908.
Hypnotism in mental and moral culture. 8vo. N.Y., 1903.

135. Sleep. Dreams.

ELLIS, HENRY HAVELOCK. The world of dreams. 8vo. Lond.,

138. Physiognomy.

DARWIN, CHARLES ROBERT. The expression of the emotions in
man and animals: illust. 8vo. Lond., 1873.

140. Philosophical systems.

141. Idealism.

JONES, HENRY. Idealism as a practical creed; being the lectures
on philosophy and modern life delivered before the Univer-
sity of Sydney. 8vo. Glasgow, 1909.

146. Materialism. Positivism.

HARRISON, FREDERIC. The creed of a layman; apologia -pro fide

mea. 8vo. Lond., 1907.

Philosophy of common sense. 8vo. Lond., 1907.
MILL, JOHN STUART. Auguste Comte and positivism, and ed.

8vo. Lond., 1866.

RICHMOND, CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM, judge of the Supreme court
of Neiv Zealand. Materialism: a lecture. pp. 28, 8vo.
Well., 1 88 1.

Pain., v. 161, no. 3088.

VENI. pseud. Materialism vindicated, pp. 12, 8vo. Syd., n.d.
Pum., v. 117, no. 2175.

146.1. Evolution.

SALEEBY, CALEB WILLIAMS. Evolution the master-key; a dis-
cussion of the principle of evolution as illustrated in atoms,
stars, organic species, mind, society, and morals. 8vo.
Lond, 1906.

147. Pantheism. Monism.

HAECKEL, ERNST HEINRICH. The wonders of life; a popular
study of biological philosophy : supplementary volume to
"The riddle of the universe " : tr. by J. 'McCabe. 8vo.
Lond., 1904.

LODGE, Sir OLIVER JOSEPH. Life and matter ; a criticism of Pro-
fessor Haeckel's " Riddle of the universe." Svo. Lorn!..

149. Other philosophical systems.

BAWDEN, H. HEATH. Principles of pragmatism; a philosophical
interpretation of experience. Svo. Boston, 1910.


JACKS, LAWRENCE PEARSALL. The alchemy of thought. 8vo.

Lond., 1910.
JAMES, WILLIAM. Pragmatism; a new name for some old ways

of thinking. 8vo. Lond., 1908.
The meaning of truth ; a sequel to " Pragmatism." 8vo. Lond.,

MACKENZIE, JOHN STUART. Lectures on humanism, with special

reference to its bearing on sociology. 8vo. Lond., 1907.
" Humanism may be defined in general as the attitude of mind

which, seeks the key to the world in the life of man, or, at any

rate, the key to man's life within himself."

SCHILLER, FERDINAND C. S. Studies in humanism. 8vo. Lond.,

SCHINZ, ALBERT. Anti-pragmatism; an examination into the re-
spective rights of intellectual aristocracy and social democracy.
8vo. Boston, 1909.

SMITH, WILLIAM SAUMAREZ, archbishop of Sydney. On practical
optimism, -pp. 18, 8vo. [Lond.], n.d.
Pam., v. 161, no. 3089.

WAITE, ARTHUR EDWARD. Studies in mysticism, and certain aspects
of the secret tradition. 8vo. Lond., 1906.

150. Mental faculties : Psychology.

BROWN, THOMAS. Lectures on the philosophy of the mind; with
a memoir of the author by David Welsh: [portr.]. i9th ed.
4 v., 8v. Lond., 1851.

ELLIS, HENRY HAVELOCK. Studies in the psychology of sex.
v. 1-5, 8vo. Philadelphia, 1904-06.

Contents. v. i, The evolution of modesty : The phenomena of
sexual periodicity : Auto-erotism, 1904 v. 2, Sexual inversion, 1906
v. 3, Analysis of the sexual impulse : Love and pain : The sexual
impulse in women, 1906 v. 4, Sexual selection in man; i. Touch,
ii. Smell, iii. Hearing, iv. Vision, 1906 v. 5, Erotic symbolism :
The mechanism of detumescence : The psychic state in pregnancy,

HALL, GRANVILLE STANLEY. Adolescence; its psychology and its
relations to physiology, anthropology, sociology, sex, crime,
religion, and education. 2 v., 8vo. N.Y., 1907.
JAMES, W T ILLIAM. Principles of psychology. 2 v., 8vo. Lond.,

First published in 1890.
Psychology. 8vo. Lond., 1908.

An abridgment of his " Principles of psychology."
Talks to teachers on psychology ; and to students on some of

life's ideals. 8vo. Lond., 1908.

JOHNSTON, ROBERT MACKENZIE. Proposed psychometer index.
pp. 12, 8vo. n.p., n.d.
Pam., v. 117, no. 2172.

MILL, JAMES. Analysis of the phenomena of the human mind :
new ed., with notes illustrative and critical by Alexander
Bain, Andrew Findlater, and George Grote: ed., with addi-
tional notes by John Stuart Mill. 2' v., 8vo. Lond., 1869.


MITCHELL, WILLIAM, -professor. Structure and growth of the
mind. 8vo. Lond., 1907.

MUNSTERBERG, HUGO. Problems of to-day from the point of
view of a psychologist. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

Contents. i. The fear of nerves. 2. Th? choice of a vocation.
3. The standing of scholarship. 4. Prohibition and temperance.
5. The intemperance of women. 6. My friends the spiritualists.
7. The market and psychology. 8. Books and bookstores. 9. The
world language.

NICHOLSON, Rev. WILLIAM T. Man; or, problems ancient and
modern relating to man, with guesses at solutions. 8vo.
Lond., 1906.

SPENCER, HERBERT. Principles of psychology. 3rd ed. 2 v.,
8vo. Lond., 1881.

(System of synthetic philosophy, v. 4 and 5.)

SULLY, JAMES. Studies of childhood. 8vo. Lond., 1895.

151. Intellect.

ELLIS, HENRY HAVELOCK. Study of British genius. 8vo. Lond.,

GALTON, Sir FRANCIS. English men of science; their nature and

nurture. 8vo. Lond., 1874.

Inquiries into human faculty and its development. [5 plates. ]
8vo. Lond., 1883.

WHITBY, CHARLES J. Makers of man; a study of human initia-
tive: 47 illust. 8vo. Lond., [1910].

152. Sense perception.

MUNSTERBERG, HUGO On the witness stand : essays on psy-
chology and crime. 8vo. N.Y., 1908.

154. Memory.

BERGSON, HENRI, Matter and memory: tr. by Nancy 'Margaret
Paul and W. Scott Palmer. 8vo. Lond., 1911.

157. Sentiments. Emotions.


KURTZ, BENJAMIN P. Studies in the marvellous. 8vo. Lond. r

160. Logic.

BASSETT, W. F. Energy ; or, thoughts on inductive reasoning in
its bearing on natural religion, pp. 17, 8vo. Bathurst, 1886.
Pam., v. 54, no. 900.

MANSEL, HENRY LONGUEVILLE, dean of St. Paul's. Prolegomena
logica; an inquiry into the psychological character of logical
processes. 8vo, Oxford, 1851.

MILL, JOHN STUART. System of logic, ratiocinative and inductive:
being a connected view of the principles of evidence and the
methods of scientific investigation. pth ed. 2 v., 8vo.
Lond., 1875.


170. Ethics.

AVEBURY, JOHN LUBBOCK, ist baron. Peace and happiness. 8vo.

London, 1909.
CLEMENS, SAMUEL LANGHORNE, " Mark Twain." What is man?

8vo. London. 1910.
DOUGLAS, ACHILLES. Devils abroad and how to fight them.

8vo. Brisb., 1888.

morals from Augustus to Charlemagne. [3rd ed.] 2 v., 8vo.

Lond., 1902.
SERA, LEO G. On the tracks of life; the immorality of morality :

tr. by J. M. Kennedy; introd. by Dr. Oscar Levy. 8\o.

Lond., 1909.
WASHINGTON, BOOKER TALIAFERRO. Character building; being

addresses delivered to the students of Tuskegee institute.

8vo. Lond., 1903.

171. Theory of Ethics.

LEWIS, Sir GEORGE CORNEWALL, 2nd barf. Essay on the influence

of authority in matters of opinion. 8vo. Lond., 1849.
MILL, JOHN STUART. Utilitarianism, sth ed. 8vo. Lond., 1874.
SIDGWICK, HENRY. The methods of ethics. 4th ed. 8vo.

Lond., 1890.
SPENCER, HERBERT. The data of ethics. 3rd ed. 8vo. Lond.,

1 88 1.

Principles of ethics. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1904.
(System of synthetic philosophy, v. 9-10.)

STEPHEN, Sir LESLIE. The science of ethics. 8vo. Lond.,

172. State Ethics.

A'BECKETT, Sir WILLIAM. " Colonus." Does the discovery of
gold in Victoria deserve to be considered a national blessing
or a national curse? -pp. v., 39, 8vo. Melb., 1852.

Pam., v. 10, no. 217.
Same: another copy.

Pam., v. 68, no. 1158.

ALLEN, PHILIP LORING. America's awakening; the triumph of
righteousness in high places. [Portrs. and chart.] 8vo.
N.Y., [1906].

ARBITER in council. 8vo. Lond., 1906.
F., J. Signal lamps for the railway of life. 8vo. Newcastle,

N.S.W., 1895.

GLADSTONE, WILLIAM EWART. The Vatican decrees in their
bearing on civil allegiance: a political expostulation, pp. 72,
8vo. Lond., 1874.

Pam., v. 69, no. 1162.

HADLEY, ARTHUR TWINING. Standards of public morality. 8vo.
N.Y., 1907.

(Amer. social progress ser.)

POTTER, HENRY CODMAN, bishop of New York. The citizen in
his relation to the industrial situation. 8vo. N.Y., 1902.


SPENCE, CATHERINE HELEN. The laws we live under. i2mo.

Adel., 1880.
STEPHEN, Sir LESLIE. Social rights and duties : addresses to

ethical societies. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1896.
VAN DYKE, JOHN CHARLES. The money god ; chapters of heresy

and dissent concerning business methods and mercenary ideals

in American life. 8vo. N.Y., 1908.

172.1. Citizenship. Patriotism.

BRYCE, JAMES. The hindrances to good citizenship. 8vo. New
Haven, 1909.

FARMER, PAUL WARD. Some reflections upon citizenship, pp.
47, 8vo. Melb., 1905.
Pam., v. 56, no. 918.

M1CHIE, Sir ARCHIBALD. Loyalty, royalty, and the Prince's visits;
a lecture, pp. 16, 8vo. Melb., 1869.
Pam., v. 65, no. 1087.

SOCIAL questions committee, Diocesan synod, Melbourne. Chris-
tian citizenship ; a series of addresses on Christianity and
social problems delivered in St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne,
Aug. and Sept., 1909. sm. 8vo. Melb. [1909].

172.4. International ethics.

BACKHOUSE, JAMES. Magistracy and war; an essay, pp. 28,
8vo. York, 1862.

Pam., v. 70, no. n86.

IS war reconcilable with the teaching and example of Christ?
pp. 28, 8vo. Hobart, 1885.

Pam., v. 70, no. 1187.

POTTER, Rev. ROBERT. The war; a sermon. pp. u, 8vo.
Melb., 1870.

Pam., v. ii, no. 235.

173. Family ethics: Marriage and Divorce.

ADDA.MS, JANE. The spirit of youth and the city streets. 8vo.

N.Y., 1909.

DEPUTATION to the Earl of Carnarvon, April 3, 1876, on the
subject of acts passed in the colonies for legalizing marriage
with a deceased wife's sister, pp. ,15, 8vo. n.p., 1876.

Pam., v. 70, no. IIQO.

GEOGHEGAN, HANBURY C. " An Irish Anglican." Divorce ex-
tension justified, pp. 40, 8vo. Melb., 1888.

Pam., v. 49, no. 828.

bill; an open letter to Senator Dobson. pp. 12, 8vo. Perth,

Pam., v. 97, no. 1771.

LETTER on the question of marriage with a deceased wife's sistci.
pp. 12, 8vo. Launceston, n.d.
Pain., v. 70, no. 1191.


MACKELLAR, Hon. CHARLES KINNAIRD. Address on parental
right and parental responsibility viewed in relation to the right
of the community, pp. 17, 8vo. Syd., 1905.

Pam., v. 99, no. 1800.

MATHIESON, VENIE COOPER-. Woman's emancipation; thoughts
on the marriage question, pp. 16, 8vo. Syd., 1904.

Pam., v. 97, no. 1770.

NISH, Rev. JAMES. Is marriage with a deceased wife's sister
forbidden in Scripture? pp. 72, 8vo. Melb., 1873.

Pam., v. 37, ro. 633.

OUR homes, and how to make them happy : by an Australian.
pp. 72, 8vo. Syd., 1887.

Pam., v. 178, no. 3414.

QUESTION of English divorce: an essay. 8vo. Lond., 1903.
REVIEW of the Divorce bill of 1856, with propositions for an
amendment of the laws affecting married persons. 8vo.
Lond., 1857.

Pam., v. 68, no. 1154.

RICHARD, AP., pseud. Marriage and divorce; including religious,
practical, and political aspects of the question. 8vo. Lond.,

ROBERTSON, Rev. ANDREW. Forbearance the divinely-ordained
mode of preserving unity in the church : substance of speech
on the marriage question, pp. 12, 8vo. Melb., 1873.

Pam., v. 141, no. 2704.

STEPHEN, Sir ALFRED. Australian divorce bills; the objections
raised to them, religious and social, considered, pp. xix..
36, 8vo. Syd., 1888.

Pam., v. 37, no. 631.
Same: another copy.

Pam., v. 49, no. 827.

Divorce extension bill ; speeches on the second reading, pp.
20, xi., 8vo. Syd., 1886.

Pam., v. 178, no. -3415.
The law of divorce, pp. 13, 8vo. [Lond.], 189,1.

Pam., v. 49, no. 829.

Matrimonial causes acts and divorce law ; letters on the indis-
solubility question and transfer of the divorcing power from
Parliament, pp. i, 8vo. Syd., 1887.

Pam., v. 49, no. 826.

New South Wales divorce extension bill, with reply to protest
against the measure, -pp. 15, ii., 8vo. Syd. [1887].

Pam., v. 49, no. 821;.
Wives and their friends, pp. 21, 8vo. Syd., 1891.

Pam., v. 37, no. 632.
Same: another copy.

Pam., v. 49, no. 824.

WOODRUFF, CHARLES S. Legalised prostitution ; or, marriage as
it is, and marriage as it should be, philosophically considered.
3rd ed., 8vo. Boston, 1862.

174. Professional and business ethics.

AUSTRALIAN medical association. Code of ethics recommended
by the council, pp. 15, 8vo. Syd., 1859.
Pam., v. 149, no. 2875.


BEANEY, JAMES GEORGE. Doctors differ; a lecture, pp. 24. 8vo.
Melb., 1876.

Pam., v. 7, no. 154.
Same : another copy.

Pam., v. 65, no. 1115.

BRUCK, LUDWIG. The sweating of the medical profession by the
friendly societies in Australia, pp. 59, 8vo. Syd., n.d.
Pam., v. 178, no. 3416.

M'CRAE, FARQUHAR. Correspondence between, and the surgeon
Bland, pp. 17, 8vo. Syd., 1846.
Pam., v. 138, no. 2649.

REICH, EMIL. Success in life. 8vo. Lond., 1907.

174.6. Betting and gambling.

ASHTON, JOHN. History of gambling in England. 8vo. Lond.,

SHAW, Rev. W. Premier Braddon and the moral influence of the

Tattersall sweep consultations, pp. 10, 8vo. Hobart, 1896.

Pam., v. 70, no. n87A.
VARLEY, HENRY. The bookmaker; or, turf secrets revealed.

pp. 16, sm. 8vo. Melb., 1890.

Pam., v. 93, no. 1672.

175.2. Ethics of amusements.

BELLOWS, Rev. HENRY WHITNEY. Address upon the claims of
the drama ; with introduction to the dramatic profession of
England by J. B. Buckstone, and to the Australian colonies
by George Coppin. pp. 24, 8vo. Melb., 1859.

Pam., v. 10, no. 224.
Same: another copy.

Pam., v. 69, no. 1167.

176. Sexual ethics.

KIRBY, Rev. ]. C. Remedy for the great evil which injures social
purity, pp. 20, 8vo. Port Adel., 1883.

Pam., v. 70, no. 1188.

MELBOURNE and its sin: "Watchman, what of the night?"
pp. 22 8vo. Melb., ;i88o.

Pam., v 140, no. 2672.

OLDEN, Rev. CHARLES. Immorality : a lecture, pp. 35, 8vo.
Syd., 1884.

Pam., v., 161, no. 3090.

Protection of girls and young women, and the legislative re-
pression of vice generally, pp. viii., 36, 8vo. Syd., 1885.

Pam., v. 95, no. 1723.

THOMAS, WILLIAM J. Sex and society; studies in the social
psychology of sex. 8vo. Chic., 1907.

177. Social ethics.

BLANCHE, HARRY B. Prize essay on "Truth" at the Inter-
colonial exhibition, Melbourne, 1879-80. pp. 12, 8vo.
Melb., 1880.

Pam., v. 7, no. 159.


DARLING, ELIZA. Simple rules for the guidance of persons in
humble life; more particularly for young girls going out to
service. i2mo. Syd., 1837.

FINCK, HENRY THEOPHILUS. Romantic love and personal beauty;
their development, causal relations, historic and national
peculiarities. 8vo. N.Y., 1902.

FORREST, Rev. J. Lecture on the tendency of modern civiliza-
tion, pp. 16, 8vo. West Maitland, 1870.
Pam., v. 93, no. 1677.

MERCER, JOHN EDWARD, bishop of Tasmania. Social equality :
a lecture, pp. 24, 8vo, Syd., 1905.

Pam., v. 178, no. 3417.

pp. 28, sm. 8vo. Hobart Town, 1855.
Pam., v. 93, no. 1675.

178. Temperance: Stimulants and narcotics.

ADAM, J. S. The temperance question, pp. g, 8vo. Syd., 1895.

Pam., v. 99, no. 1796.

"ADVOCATE for sobriety." Letter to the Colonial treasurer and
the Attorney -general, -pp. 10, 8vo. Hobart Town, 1871.

Pam., v. 70, no. 1184.
Same : another copy.

Pam., v. 178, no. 3419.
AUSTRALASIAN magazine of the League of the Cross, 1891-93.

2 v., 8vo. [Melb.]
AUSTRALIAN temperance magazine, v. 1-3, July, 1837, to June,

1840. 3 v., 8vo., Syd.

BUCKLEY, A. FRANK. History of prohibition and local option.
pp. 44, 8vo. Melb., 1905.

Pam., v. 178, no. 3420.

BURGESS, Rev. H. T. The fruit of the vine : ^100 prize essay.

8vo. Adel., 1878.

COUNSELL, Rev. W. GEORGE. Temperance and teetotalism ; or,
the Christian's position, pp. 33, 8vo. Syd., 1889.

Pam., v. 49. no. 818.
CUTTEN, GEORGE B. The psychology of alcoholism : [illust.].

8vo. Lond., 1907.

HICKSON, J. B. He will not drink wine; or, alcoholic beverages
considered socially and physiologically. pp. 46, 8vo.
Melb., 1869.
HILLIER, SYDNEY. Popular drugs; their use and abuse. 8vo.

Lond., [1910].

HOBART TOWN total abstinence society. First annual report,
January, 1843. pp. 12, sm. 8vo. Hobart Town, 1843.

Pam., v. 70, no. n8r.
Rules, pp 12, sm. 8vo. Hobart Town, 1843

Pam., v. 70, no. 1180.

HULME, EDWARD. Total abstinence defended ; a reply to E.
Thorne. pp. 57, 8vo. Melb., 1904.

Pam., v. 117, no. 2173.

KELYNACK, THEODORE N., ed. The drink problem in its
medico-sociological aspects ; by fourteen medical authorities :
2 diagrams. 8vo. Lond., 1907.


LAYCOCK, THOMAS. Social and political relations of drunkenness :
two lectures. pp.'$&, 8vo. Hobart Town, .1857.
I'.im., v. 66, no. 1120.

NEW SOUTH WALKS local option league; yth, 9 th, and loth
annual reports. 8vo. Syd., 1890-93.

Pam., v. 64, nos. 1070-72.

NEW SOUTH WALES temperance society. Report of the provi-
sional committee, pp. n, 8vo. Syd., 1834.

Pam., v. 55, no. 906.
First annual report. 1835. pp. 28, sm. 8vo. Syd.

Pam., v. 55, no. 905.

O'DONOHOE, PATRICK. Commentary on teetotal ism ; its principles
vindicated and its abuses exposed, pp. 19, 8vo. Launoeston,

Pam., v. 61, no. 989.

ROWNTREE, JOSHUA. The imperial drug trade; a restatement of
the opium question in the light of recent evidence and new
developments in the East. 8vo. Ix>nd., 1905.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN total abstinence society. Annual report,
1853. pp. 12, 8vo. Adel., 1854.

Pam., v. 70, no. 1183.

STARKE, J. Alcohol; the sanction for its use scientifically
established and popularly expounded : from the German.
8vo. N.Y., 1907.
SULLIVAN, W. C. Alcoholism; a study in social pathology. 8vo.

Lond., 1906.

T AS MAN I AN temperance alliance. Constitution and rules, pp. 8,
sm. 8vo. Hobart Town, 1856.

Pam., v. 70, no. 1179.
THORNE, EBENEZER. The heresy of teetotalism in the light of

scripture, science, and legislation. 8vo. Lond.. 1903.
UNITED licensed victuallers' association, New South Wales. Local
option with compensation; opinions of leading English states-
men, clergy, [&c.]. pp. 26, 8vo. Syd., n.d.

Pam., v. 99, no. 1797.
VALE, JOHN. Local option, pp. 15, 8vo. Melb., 1883.

Pam., v. 178, no. 3418.

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND total abstinence society. Annual report,
1850. pp. 7, 8vo. n. p., 1850.

Pam., v. 70, no. 1182.

VICTORIAN temperance pioneer, Aug. to October, 1851. 8vo.
Melb., n.t.p.

WALKER, EDWARD. [Draft licensing reform bills for the six
states of the Commonwealth.] 4:0. Dunedin, [1905]. n.t.p.

WALKER, THOMAS. The reign of Bacchus : first series. 8\o.
Syd., 1892.

WOLLASTON, TULLIE. The federal liquor service, pp. 91. 8vo.
Melb., 1910.-

WOOLLEY, JOHN G., and JOHNSON, W. E. Temperance pro-
gress of the century. 8vo. Toronto, 1905.
(Nineteenth century ser.)


179. Other ethical topics.

BACKHOUSE, JAMES. The question " Are judicial oaths lawful?'
answered, pp. 2$, 2nd ed. 12010. Syd., 1835.

Pam., v. 40, no. 681.
Same: another copy.

Pain., v. 95, no. 1725.

180. Ancient Philosophers.

181. Oriental philosophers.

MULLER, FRIEDRICH MAX. Six systems of Indian philosophy.

8vo. Lond.. 1899.
Three lectures on the Vedanta philosophy. 8vo. Lond., ,1894.

182. Greek philosophers.

ARISTOTLE. ' Apiaro-iX^c itepl ^v^fjc : Aristotle's psychology in
Greek and English : [ed.] with introd. and notes, by Edwin
Wallace. 8vo. Cambridge, 1882.

Moral philosophy ; consisting of a translation of the Nicoma-
chean ethics, and of the paraphrase attributed to Andronicus
of Rhodes, with an introductory analysis of each book : by
Walter M. Hatch, completed by others. 8vo. Lond., 1879.

190. Modern Philosophers.

192. British philosophers.

BERKELEY, GEORGE, bishop of CLoyne. Works : [with] account
of his life [by the Right rev. Joseph Stock :] ed. by the Rev.
G. N. Wright. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1843.

HOBBES, THOMAS, English works : ed. by Sir William Moles-
worth : [portr., illust., and figures]. n v., 8vo. Lond.,


LOCKE, JOHN. Works: [portr.]. i2th ed. 9 v., 8vo. Lond., 1824.

MILL, JOHN STUART. Examination of Sir William Hamilton's
philosophy, and of the principal philosophical works dis-
cussed in his writings. 8vo. Lond., 1865.

STEPHEN, Sir LESLIE. History of English thought in the
eighteenth century. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1876.

193. European philosophers.

COMTE, AUGUSTE. System of positive polity. 4 v., 8vo. Lond.,


Contents. v. i. General view of positivism and introductory
principles : v. 2. Social statics, or the abstract theory of hum-m
order : v. 3. Social dynamics, or the general theory of human
progress: v. 4. Theory of the future of man; with appx. of early
essays on social philosophy.
FICHTE, JOHANN GOTTLIEB. Popular works. 8vo. Lond., 1873.

Contents. The nature of the scholar : The vocation, of man : The
doctrine of religion : Memoir by William Smith.


KANT, IMMANUEL. Text book to Kant : the critique of pure
reason; aesthetic, categories, schematism; translation, repro-
duction, commentary, index, with biographical sketch ; by
James Hutchison Stirling. 8vo. Edinb., 1881.

MARTINEAU, JAMES. A study of Spinoza: porrr. 3rd ed. 8vo.
Lond., 1895.

MILLER, EDMUND MoKRis. Moral action and natural law in
Kant, and some developments, pp. 59, 8vo. Melb., 1911.

NIETZSCHE, FRIEDRICH WILHELM. Beyond good and evil; pre-
lude to a philosophy of the future : tr. by Helen Zimmern.
8vo. Edinb., 1907.

Complete works; the first complete and authorised English
translation: ed. by Oscar Levy. 8vo. Edinb., 1909-11.

Contents. v. 1-2. Thoughts out of season. v. 3. The birth of
tragedy. v. 4. Thus spake Zarathustra. v. 6. The future of our
educational institutions ; Homer and classical philology. v. 7.
Human, all-too-human. v. 9. The will to power; books i and 2.
v. 10. The joyful wisdom. v. 13. The genealogy of morals; Peoples
and countries. v. 15. The will to power; books 3 and 4.
In progress.

The dawn of day; tr. by Johanna Volz. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

POLLOCK, Sir FREDERICK, 3rd bart. Spinoza; his life and
philosophy: [portr.]. 8vo. Lond., 1880.

SPINOZA, BENEDICTUS DE. Short treatise on God, man and his
well-being; tr., and ed. with introd. and commentary, and
a life of Spinoza, by A. Wolf: [illust.]. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

200. Religion.

201. Philosophy. Theories.

JAMES, WILLIAM. Varieties of religious experience; a study in
human nature, being the Gifford lectures on natural religion,
1901-1902. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

203. Dictionaries.

SMITH, Sir WILLIAM, and CHEETHAM, SAMUEL, eds. Dictionary
of Christian antiquities ; being a continuation of ' The
dictionary of the Bible " : illust. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1876-80.

204. Essays : Lectures : Disputations.

ARNOLD, MATTHEW. Last essays on Church and religion. 8vo.

Lond., 1877.
BENSON, Rev. ROBERT HUGH. Papers of a pariah. 8vo. Lond.,


BERRY, Rev. DIGBY MARSH. Judgment without evidence; a cross-
examination of "Religion without superstition." pp. 28,
8vo., Melb., 1885.

Pam., v. n, DO. 247.
CARR, THOMAS JOSEPH, Roman catholic archbishop of Melbourne.

Lectures in reply to Dr. Rentoul. 8vo. Melb., 1897.
[Various works]. 8vo. Melb., 1893-96.

Contents. Origin of the Church of England. The church and the
Bible. Primacy of the Roman Pontiff.


CLARKE, MARCUS ANDREW HISLOP. Civilization without delu-
sion; by Marcus Clarke and the bishop [Moorhouse] of Mel-
bourne, pp. 32, 8vo. Melb., 1880.
Pam., v. 118, no. 2200.

COOPER, Rev. JOHN. [Various works.] pp. 73, 8vo. Geelong
and Melb., 1856-66.

Contents. Inquiry into the relation of Christ to the world, and of

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