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  1. Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge (1965/1983). Aristotle's Vision of Nature. Greenwood Press.
     
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  2. Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge (1937/1966). Nature and Mind. New York, Russell & Russell.
     
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  3. Thomas Hobbes & Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge (1930). Hobbes Selections. Scribner.
     
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  4. Francis John Mcconnell, Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge, Roscoe Pound, Lorado Taft & Robert Andrews Millikan (1928). The Creative Intelligence and Modern Life. The University of Colorado.
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    Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge (1940/1982). An Essay on Nature. Greenwood Press.
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  6. Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge (1943/1965). The Purpose of History. Port Washington, N.Y.,Kennikat Press.
    THE PURPOSE OF HISTORY i FROM HISTORY TO PHILOSOPHY The serious study of history is characteristic of a certain maturity of mind. ...
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    Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge (1926). The Realm of Mind. New York, Columbia University Press.
    mind and certain collocations of living matter. Conscious mind is essentially a specialization, a distillation of that directive activity, inherent in certain mechanical activities, that distinguishes living from lifeless matter. The characteristics of mind ...
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    Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge (1929/1989). The Son of Apollo: Themes of Plato. Ox Bow Press.