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Announcements WOFFORD COLLEGESYMPOSIUM The topic of this program, scheduled for Nov. 28 to 30 at Main Building, Wofford College, Spartanburg, S. C. 29301, is "Hegel and the Philosophy of Religion ." Papers being presented are by Darrel E. Christensen, Stephen D. Crites, Victor Goureviteh, H. S. Harris, Dieter Henrich, George Kline, Gustav E. Mueller~ John E. Smith, and W. H. Werkmeister. Attendance is open; there is no registration fee. ROYAL INSTITUTE OF PHILOSOPHY ANNUAL BOOK COMPETITION The winner of this inaugural competition will be awarded s plus a s advance against royalties from Macmillan & Co., Ltd., and St. Martin's Press, Inc., who will publish the prize-winning entry and possibly others. For 1969 the competition is for a work on a topic in Philosophy of Mind (1970's is in Epistemology ). It is open to any graduate who is not a holder of a senior university post. Entries must be original works, in English, of between 80,000 and 100,000 words; a summary (800 to 1000 words) and an extract (4000 to 5000 words) must reach the Royal Institute, 14 Gordon Sq., London, W. C. 1, between Jan. 1 and June 30. Details are available from posters circulated to philosophy departments and from the publishers. Book CATALOGUES TO BE PUBLISHED Early Noncon/ormity, 1556-1800: A Catalogue o/Books in Dr. Williams' Library , London, and the Catalog o] the Hoose Library o] Philosophy are being made available by G. K. Hall & Co. of Boston. The former includes all the books and pamphlets in Dr. Williams' library, founded in 1729, concerned with Early Nonconformity in England from Elizabethan Puritanism to the end of the eighteenth century, and printed between 1566 and 1800, together with related works from Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and New England. Each of its three parts may be purchased separately: the five-volume author catalogue is $320; the five-volume subject catalogue is $335; and the two-volume chronological catalogue is $145. The Hoose Library of the University of Southern Calif. contains 37,000 volumes ranging from medieval manuscripts and incunabula to the latest works of presentday philosophers and scholars. Its most important holdings are in German philosophy , with some emphasis on Leibniz and Kant, in textual criticism and analysis of classical philosophy, and in personalism, phenomenology, and Latin American philosophy. The set of six volumes will be $400. Orders before Oct. 31 are discounted approximately twenty per cent; there is an additional charge of ten per cent for orders shipped outside the United States. Inquiries and orders may be sent to the publisher at 70 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass. 02111. [391] ...


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