Author:James Frederick Ferrier

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James Frederick Ferrier
(1808–1864)
Scottish metaphysical writer
James Frederick Ferrier

Works[edit]

  • (1838, February). An Introduction to the Philosophy of Consciousness (Part I). Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 43(268), pp. 187-201.
  • (1838, April). An Introduction to the Philosophy of Consciousness (Part II). Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 43(270), pp. 437-452.
  • (1838, June). An Introduction to the Philosophy of Consciousness (Part III). Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 43(272), pp. 784-791.
  • (1838, August). An Introduction to the Philosophy of Consciousness (Part IV). Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 44(274), pp. 234-244.
  • (1838, October). An Introduction to the Philosophy of Consciousness (Part V). Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 44(276), pp. 539-552.
  • (1839, February). An Introduction to the Philosophy of Consciousness (Part VI). Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 45(280), pp. 201-211.
  • (1839, March). An Introduction to the Philosophy of Consciousness (Part VII). Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 45(281), pp. 419-430.
  • (1839, August). Pietro d'Abano; a Tale of Enchantment, from the German of Tieck. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 46(286), pp. 228-255.
  • (1840, February). Poetical Translations of Faust. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 47(292), pp. 223-240.
  • (1840, March). The Plagiarisms of S. T. Coleridge. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 47(293), pp. 287-299.
  • (1841, September). The Picture of Danäe, from the German of Deinhardstein. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 50(311), pp. 308-327.
  • (1841, October). The Crisis of Modern Speculation. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 50(312). pp. 527-536
  • (1841, December). The Tittle-Tattle of a Philosopher [on the memoirs of Professor Krug of Leipsic]. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 50(314), pp. 779-791.
  • (1842, June). Berkeley and Idealism. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 51(320), pp. 812-830.
  • (1843, November). A Speculation on the Senses. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 54(337), pp. 650-657.
  • (1843, June). Mr. Bailey's Reply to an Article in Blackwood's Magazine [no. 2156]. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 53(332), pp. 762-770.
  • (1844, September). Poems by Coventry Patmore. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 56(347), pp. 331-342.
  • (1844, November). Poems by Elizabeth B. Barrett. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 56(349), pp. 621-639.
  • (1847, June). Jean Paul. ENGLISH REVIEW, 7(14), pp. 276-313.
  • (1847, August). Reid and the Philosophy of Common Sense. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 62(382), pp. 239-258.
  • (1848). Observations on Church and State, suggested by the duke of Argyll's essay on the ecclesiastical history of Scotland. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons.
  • (1851, July). What is Mesmerism? Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 70(424), pp. 70-85.
  • (1852, November 2). Public Lecture—Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Friday, 29 October 1852. The Edinburgh Evening Courant(22350), p. 3.
  • (1853, August). New Readings in Shakespeare (No. I). Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 74(454), pp. 181-203.
  • (1853, September). New Readings in Shakespeare (No. II). Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 74(455), pp. 303-324.
  • (1853, October). New Readings in Shakespeare (No. III). Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 74(456), pp. 451-474.
  • (1856). Institutes of Metaphysic. (Second ed.). Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons.
  • (1856, July 6). Letter from Professor Ferrier to the Lord Provost, the magistrates & town council of Edinburgh. Edinburgh.
  • (1856). Scottish Philosophy: The Old and the New. Edinburgh: Sutherland and Knox.
  • (1881). Lectures on Greek Philosophy, Philosophical Works of the Late James Frederick Ferrier (1881 ed., Vol. 2). (E. L. Lushington, & A. Grant, Eds.) Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons.
  • (1883). Philosophical Remains, Philosophical Works of the Late James Frederick Ferrier (1883 ed., Vol. 3). (E. L. Lushington, & A. Grant, Eds.) Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons.

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