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Hutchison Stirling, James
Stirling, J. Hutchinson
Stirling, James H.
Stirling, James Hutchison
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1820-1909
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Bolland, G.J.P.J. (1854-1922)
Bolland, Gerardus Johannes Petrus Josephus (1854-1922)
Kant, Immanuel (1724-1804)
Schwegler, Albert (1819-1857)
Vesey, Godfrey Norman Agmondisham
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As regards protoplasm, in relation to Professor Huxley's essay On the physical basis of life.
Brief van Gerardus Johannes Petrus Josephus Bolland (1854-1922) aan James Hutchison Stirling (1820-1909)
Brief van James Hutchison Stirling (1820-1909) aan Gerardus Johannes Petrus Josephus Bolland (1854-1922)
Brieven van James Hutchison Stirling (1820-1909) aan Gerardus Johannes Petrus Josephus Bolland (1854-1922)
Darwinianism: workmen and work.
Handbook of the history of philosophy;
Hegelian system, The
Jerrold, Tennyson and Macaulay : with other critical essays
Lectures on the philosophy of law : together with: Whewell and Hegel, and Hegel and Mr W.R. Smith, a vindication in a physico-mathematical regard
Philosophy and theology, being the first Edinburgh university Gifford lectures;
secret of Hegel, The : being the Hegelian system in origin, principle, form and matter
Sir William Hamilton : being the philosophy of perception : an analysis
Text-book to Kant : the critique of pure reason ; aesthetic, categories, schematism
Text-book to Kant : with a biographical sketch
Textbook to Kant : the critique of pure reason: aesthetic, categories, schematism
together with Whewell and Hegel, and Hegel and Mr. W. R. Smith a vindication in a physico-mathematical regard
translation from the "Complete logic" of the whole first section, "Quality", A
Uit Bollands correspondentie : brieven van en aan James Hutchinson Stirling.
What is thought?, or the problem of philosophy by way of a general conclusion so far
William Hamilton's philosophy of perception
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