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1. The Modern Schoolman: Volume > 3 > Issue: 6
An Editorial Will Durant
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B.R.F. Our New Cover
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Pierre B. Bouscaren How Are the Senses True
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Father Bouscaren, professor of Logic and Ontology in the St. Louis Unversity School of Philosophy, has made a penetrating study of the knotty problem of the veracity of the senses. This is the first article in an important series. The Editor
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Augustine C. Klaas A Volte Face in the French Academy
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THIS author of this excellent article is in closest contact with current scientific literature and thought. He is at present abroad studying at the French house of philosophical studies on the Isle of Jersey. Rarely is The Modern Schoolman privileged to print so important an article as this. The Editor
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Pierre B. Bouscaren How Are the Senses True (part 2)
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James M. Tainter Happy Birthday?
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Arthur J. Walter Friar, Scientist and Philosopher
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ANNOUNCEMENT has just recently come from the University of Pennsylvania that one of the professors in the University is preparing the first English translationof the eminent Franciscan's "opus magniam". The Editor
8. The Modern Schoolman: Volume > 3 > Issue: 6
William F. Ryan The Philosophy of Sanity
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PARTICULAR point is given Mr. Ryan's study of the in philosophy of sanity by reason of the recent forward strides medical science has made in cures forsanity, Hygeia for September reports cures in "nervous" hospitals running as high as 40%. The disease is no longer a mysterious "divine visitation." The Editor.
9. The Modern Schoolman: Volume > 3 > Issue: 6
The Seminars
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Philosophers' Academy
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