Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

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Dictionary of philosophy and psychology: including many of the principal conceptions of ethics, logics, aesthetics ... and giving a terminology in English, French, German and Italian, vol. 3 [bibliography], part 2
Person:
Baldwin, James Mark
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https://digitalesammlungen.uni-weimar.de/viewer/image/lit29450/78/
SYSTEMATIC PHILOSOPHY 
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Rev., lxviii, 1895, pp. 42-9. 
Lotze, R. H. Mikrokosmus. Lpz., 1856-58 ; 3. 
Aufl., 1876-80 ; Engl, by Elizabeth Hamilton and 
E. E. C. Jones, 2 vols., Edin., 1885. 
Lowne, B. T. Philosophy of evolution. Lond., 
1873, pp. 159. 
McCosh, J. Is development hypothesis sufficient ? 
Pop. Sei. Mo., x, 1876, pp. 86-100. 
- Development : what it can and what it can¬ 
not do. Edin., 1885. 
MacDermott, G. M. Evolution and revelation. 
Lond., 1897, pp. 112. 
Mcllvaine, J. H. Evolution in relation to species. 
Presb. Rev., i, t88o, pp. 6x1-630. 
Mallery, G. L’evoluzione regressiva. Arch. p. 
VAntrop., xxviii, 1898, pp. 243-254. 
Mandel, E. Prof. Haeckel’s natürliche Entwick¬ 
lung des Menschen. Regensb., 1883, pp. 344. 
Maréchal, Henri. Essai de philosophie évolutive. 
Brux., 1891, pp. 180. 
Mariupolsky, L. Zur Geschichte de3 Entwick¬ 
lungsbegriffs. Bern, 1897, pp. 120. 
Marpillero, G. Due concetti della filosofia evolu- 
zionista. Riv. Ital. di Filos., xi2, 1896, pp. 192 ff. 
Marshall, Arthur M. Lectures on the Darwin¬ 
ian theory. Edit, by C. F. Marshall. Lond., 
1897. 
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tion. Mind, v, 1896, pp. 367-387, 523-538. 
Martin, W. T. Evohrtion hypothesis. Lond., 
1887. 
Martineau, James. The place of mind in nature. 
Contemp. Rev., xix, 1871, pp. 606-623. 
-Doctrine of evolution. Old and Neio, v, 545. 
Massebieau, Eugène. Du principe de la morale 
d’après la philosophie de l’évolution. Alençon, 
1886. 
Milesi, M. H. L’evoluzione studiata nel sistema 
delle sue cause. Torino, 1897. 
Miller, Wm. God, or a summary of the opinions 
opposed to Darwin’s theory of evolution by na¬ 
tural selection held by Profs. Agassiz, Dawson, 
Dana, &c. Glasg., 1897. 
Mivart, St. George. Genesis of species. Lond., 
1871; 2nd ed., 1871. 
- Evolution and its consequences. Contemp. 
Rev., xix, 1872, pp. 168-197. 
-Contemporary evolution. (Contemp. Rev., xxii, 
595 ; xxiii, 345, 599 ; xxiv, 360, 372.) Lond., 
1876. 
- Evolution and intellect. Brit. Quart., lxxiv, 
1881, pp. 298-332. 
- A limit to evolution. Nineteenth Cent., xvi, 
1884, pp. 263-280 ; id., Amer. Cath. Quart., viii, 
193- 
- L’utilité explique-t-elle les caractères spéci¬ 
fiques? Rev. néo-scol., v, 1898, pp. 405 ff. 
Moleschott, Jacob. Der Kreislauf des Lebens. 
Mainz, 1852 ; 5. Aufl., 2 Bde., 1875-87. 
Montgomery, E. Monera and the problem of life. 
Pop. Sei. Mo., xiii, 1878, pp. 455-677. 
Morgan, C. L. A restatement of evolution. New 
World, ii, 1893, pp. 223-240. 
- Habit and instinct. Lond., 1896, pp. 360. 
- The philosophy of evolution. Monist, viii, 
1898, pp. 481-501. 
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Morse, E. S. What American zoologists have 
done for evolution. Pop. Sei. Mo., x, 1876, pp. 
1-16, 181-198 ; xxxi, 1887, pp. 804-813 ; xxxii, 
pp. 492-504- 
Mott, A. J. On Haeckel’s history of creation. 
Lond., 1877, pp. 49. 
Mozzoni, G. Eilosofia del creato. Milano, 1883. 
Müller, Fritz. Für Darwin. Lpz., 1864 ; Engl., 
Lond., 1869. 
Murphy, J. J. Habit and intelligence. Lond., 
1869 ; 2nd ed., 1879. 
Nägeli, C. W. A mechanico-physiological theory 
of organic evolution. Chicago, 1898. 
Niemann, Aug. Die Erziehung des Menschen¬ 
geschlechts. Dresd., 1889, pp. 345. 
Noble, E. The principle of economy in evolution. 
Pop. Sei. Mo., li, 1897, pp. 324-340. 
Noiré, Ludwig. Die Welt als Entwickelung des 
Geistes. Lpz., 1874, pp. 486. 
Oliphant, Laurence. Sympneumata, or evolu¬ 
tionary forces now active in man. Edin., 1885, 
pp. 286. 
Orr, H. B. The theory of development and here¬ 
dity. Lond., 1893. 
Osborn, Henry F. From the Greeks to Darwin. 
N. Y., 1894, pp. 259. 
F. G. F. Thoughts on evolution. Lond., 1896. 
Packard, A. A. A half-century of evolution. 
Science (N. Y.), viii, n. s., 1898, pp. 243-257, 285- 
294, 3x6-323. 
-The pi-esent state of evolution. Nature, lix, 
1899, pp. 546-9. 
-Lamarck, the founder of evolution. N. Y., 
1901. 
Painter, George S. Herbert Spencex^’s Evolutions- 
theorie. Jena, 1896, pp. 56. 
Parker, W. K. On the origin of higher animals. 
Contemp. Rev., xlvii, 1885, pp. 841-859. 
Pattison, M. Evolution and positivism. Fortn. 
Rev., xxviii, 1877, pp. 285-6. 
Pearson, K. Grammar of science. Lond., 1892 ; 
2nd ed., 1900, pp. 566. 
-The chances of death, and other studies in 
evolution. 2 vols., Lond. and N. Y., 1896. 
- Contributions to the mathematical theory of 
evolution. Philos. Trans. Roy. Soc., clxxxv-vii, 
cxci. 
-Reproductive divergence : a factor in evolu¬ 
tion? Nat. Sei., xi, 1897, P- 3r7- 
Pfeffer, G. Die Entwickelung. Berk, 1895, pp. 42. 
Pollock, P. Evolution and ethics. Mind, i, 1876, 
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