Author:William Hastie

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William Hastie
Scottish translator, educator and writer
William Hastie



  • Brunner, Heinrich. The Sources of the Law of England. Edinburgh: Clark, 1888. external scan
  • Christlieb, Theodor. Protestant Missions to the Heathen. A General Survey of Their Recent Progress and Present State, 1882 external scan
  • Hegel and C. L. Michelet. The philosophy of art; an introduction to the scientific study of aesthetics, 1886 external scan
  • Kant, Immanuel. Eternal Peace: And Other International Essays. 1914. external scan
  • Kant, Immanuel. Kant's Cosmogony. Glasgow: Maclehose, 1900. external scan
  • Kant's principles of politics, 1891 external scan
  • Kant, Immanuel. The Philosophy of Law. Edinburgh: Clark, 1887. external scan
  • Lichtenberger, Frederic. History of German Theology in the Nineteenth Century. Edinburgh: Clark, 1889.
  • Lioy, Diodato. The Philosophy of Right. 2 volumes. London: Kegan Paul, 1891. vol 1, vol 2
  • Novalis. Hymns and thoughts on religion, 1888 external scan
  • Pünjer, Bernhard. History of the Christian philosophy of religion from the reformation to Kant, 1887 external scan
  • Puchta, Georg Friedrich, Friedländer, Alexander; Falck, N. (Niels), Ahrens, Heinrich. Outlines of the science of jurisprudence.: An introduction to the systematic study of law, 1887 external scan

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