Contains 80 Results:
"The Atonement" (Patristic, Cur Deus Homo, St. Thomas Aquinas, Dale, Luther, Pauline, Hebrews), n.d.
Harré, Rom. Untitled typescript of a book about the philosophy of science, with revisions, July 1964
Contains two notes, one from "J." to Stella, and one from Richard Alford to Stella. n.d. Also includes 2 articles by R. Harré: “Directed Adjectives: The Current Standard Analysis of Value-Judgements,” pp. 341-348, and 2 copies of “Concepts and Criteria” Quarterly Review of Psychology and Philosophy. Vol. LXXIII, No. 291, pp. 353-363. (second copy contains annotations and is missing pp. 355-360. 91pp.
Handwritten lecture with some notes en verso relating to Miss Anscombe. 11pp. (read to the Socratic Club, and MacIntyre said that Anscombe was present at the meeting)
"Tomas," a poem in 2 parts. Unknown author, accompanied by a note to Stella Aldwinckle from the author, n.d.
"Moral Philosophy and the Ethics of Liberalism" (Hilary Term 1955), "What is a 'Proof' of God's Existence?" (n.d.), "The Existentialist Political Myth" (St. Anne's Society, February 17, 1955). 15pp.
Typescript of "After-Thoughts on Dr. Billy Graham: An Analysis Bearing on the Catholic-Evangelical Tension", ca. January 1956
Possibly by Stella. Also, typescript of "Analysis Bearing on the Catholic-Evangelical Tension." 23pp. (See also Correspondence 1954-1955 and Publications 1954)
Huddleston, Rev. Fr. Trevor. "A Course on Prayer during the Mission to the University" Oxford, Hilary Term 1960
Excerpts from the essay by Walter Hooper about the Socratic Club, contains underlining and notes by Stella. Complete essay appears in: Remembering C.S. Lewis ed. by James T. Como. Ignatius Press, 9pp.
Taken from the Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Volume XXXVII, 1963 (with revisions). Includes notes by Stella dated November 8, 1965, and a brown folder. 35pp.
Contains speaker lists and mentions London Socratic. Also contains obituaries for Rev. F.C. Bryan (from Joel Heck), who worked with C.S. Lewis at Socratic Club retreats between 1943-45 as well as an email explaining our aquisition of one obituary. 20pp.