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    H. Calderwood (1885). Another View of Green's Last Work. Mind 10 (37):73-84.
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  2. Henry Calderwood (1880). The Relations of Mind and Brain. Mind 5 (17):130-135.
     
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    Henry Calderwood (1896). The Relation of Intuitionism to the Ethical Doctrine of Self-Realization. Philosophical Review 5 (4):337-351.
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    Henry Calderwood (1892). Animal Ethics as Described by Herbert Spencer. Philosophical Review 1 (3):241-252.
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    H. Calderwood (1876). Mr. Sidgwick on Intuitionalism. Mind 1 (2):197-206.
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    Henry Calderwood (1898). David Hume. Norwood Editions.
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    Henry Calderwood (1893). Old and New in Philosophic Method. Philosophical Review 2 (6):641-651.
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  8. Ernest Albee & Henry Calderwood (1893). Evolution and Man's Place in Nature. Philosophical Review 2 (4):463.
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  9. Henry Calderwood (1989). David Hume 1898. Monograph Collection (Matt - Pseudo).
     
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  10. H. Calderwood (1893). Evolution and Man's Place in Nature. Philosophical Review 2:382.
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  11. Henry Calderwood (1872). Handbook of Moral Philosophy.
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  12. Henry Calderwood (1868). Moral Philosophy as a Science and as a Discipline. Edmonston and Douglas.
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  13. Henry Calderwood (1868). Moral Philosophy, as a Science and as a Discipline, an Inaugural Lecture.
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  14. Henry Calderwood (1861). The Philosophy of the Infinite, with Special Reference to the Theories of Sir W. Hamilton and M. Cousin.
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  15. Henry Calderwood (1894). Vocabulary of Philosophy and Student's Book of Reference, on the Basis of Fleming's Vocabulary.
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  16. William Fleming & Henry Calderwood (1877). The Vocabulary of Philosophy, Mental, Moral, and Metaphysical. Mind 2 (5):98-102.
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  17. William Fleming & Henry Calderwood (1887). Vocabulary of Philosophy, Psychological, Ethical, Metaphysical; with Quotations and References. C. Griffin.
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  18. John Grier Hibben, Henry Calderwood & A. Campbell Fraser (1899). David Hume.Thomas Reid. Philosophical Review 8 (5):549.
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    Henry Calderwood (ed.) (1886). Metaphysics of Ethics, Translated by J. W. Semple. T. & T. Clark.
  20. Immanuel Kant, Henry Calderwood & John William Semple (1869). The Metaphysic of Ethics. T. & T. Clark.
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