PCA HISTORICAL CENTER
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Gordon Haddon ClarkManuscript Collection MS#005
Box #312

Content Summary: This box contains Dr. Clark's Teaching, Class and Personal Notes.

Span dates: undated materials Size: 1.0 cu. ft. (one carton)

Access: This collection is open to researchers.

Preferred citation:
Gordon Haddon Clark Manuscript Collection, Box 312, PCA Historical Center, St. Louis, Missouri.

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Dr. Gordon Haddon Clark
[1902-1985]



Box 312
Box/File & Subject
312.002 — Abelard
312.003 —
Alston, William P., “Religious Language”
312.004 — Anselm
312.005 —
Aquinas, Thomas [includes an article by Norman Geisler and 21 pages of handwritten notes]
312.006 — Aquinas, Thomas, Summa Theologica [15 pages of handwritten notes]
312.007 — Arabs and Jews in Medieval Era
312.008 — Archer-Hind, J.D., “Difficulties in the Platonic Psychology”
312.009 — Aristotle, Alexander Aphrodisias
312.010 — Aristotle, Categories
312.011 — Aristotle, Concept of Luck
312.012 — Aristotle, Decaelo and Physics, Folder 1
312.013 — Aristotle, Decaelo and Physics, Folder 2
312.014 — Aristotle, Decaelo and Physics, Folder 3
312.015 — Aristotle, Decaelo and Physics, Folder 4
312.016 — Aristotle, Hermeneutica
312.030 — Aristotle, Miscellaneous
312.017 — Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, Folder 1
312.018 —
Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, Folder 2
312.019 — Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, Folder 3
312.020 — Aristotle, Physics
312.021 — Aristotle, Physics, Arguments and Comments, Folder 1
312.022 — Aristotle, Physics, Arguments and Comments, Folder 2
312.023 — Aristotle, Physics, Arguments and Comments, Folder 3
312.024 — Aristotle, Poetics
312.025 — Aristotle, Politics, Folder 1
312.026 — Aristotle, Politics, Folder 2
312.027 — Aristotle, Posterior Analytics
312.028 — Aristotle, Prior Analytics
312.029 — Aristotle, Simplicii in Physicorum
312.031 — Art
312.032 — Art, The Philosophy of
312.033 — Astronomy
312.034 — Athanasius
312.035 — Auer, Humanism States Its Case
312.037 — Augustine
312.036 — Augustine and Aquinas, Chart of Contrasts
312.043 — Augustine, Augustine and Neo-Platonism
312.038 — Augustine, City of God
312.039 — Augustine, Confessions
312.040 — Augustine, De Libers Arbitrio
312.041 — Augustine, De Trinitate
312.042 — Augustine, Life of
312.045 — Augustine, Miscellaneous
312.044 — Augustine, Predestination of the Saints
312.046 — Ayer, A.J., Language, Logic and Truth, Verification and Experience
312.047 — Bain, Read, “Man the Myth Maker”
312.048 — Barnes, Albert G., The Art of Painting
312.049 — Barth, Karl, Anselm:  Fides Quaereus Intellectum
312.050 — Barth, Karl, Church Dogmatics, Folder 1
312.051 — Barth, Karl, Church Dogmatics, Folder 2
312.052 — Barth, Karl, Church Dogmatics, Folder 3
312.053 — Barth, Karl, Church Dogmatics, Folder 4
312.054 — Barth, Karl, Church Dogmatics, Folder 5
312.055 — Barth, Karl, Church Dogmatics, Folder 6
312.056 — Barth, Karl, Dogmatics, Outline
312.057 — Barth, Karl, Humanity of God, The
312.058 — Barth, Karl, Index
312.059 — Barth, Karl, Knowledge of God, The
312.060 — Barth, Karl, Protestant Thought
312.061 — Barth, Karl, Word of God and the Mind of Man, The
312.062 — Bartsch, Notes on Bartsch
312.063 — Barzun, Notes on Barzun
312.064 — Baumker, Clemens, Notes on Baumker’s Aristotles’ Theory of Matter
312.065 — Becker, Carl, Notes on Becker’s Letters and Essays
312.066 — Beegle, Dewey, Scripture, Tradition and Infallibility
312.067 — Benda, Julian, Trois Idoies Romantique
312.068 — Benjamin, A. Cornelius, Operationalism
312.069 — Berlin, Sir Isaiah, Historical Inevitability
312.070 — Binet, Alfred, L’Ame et Le Corps
312.071 — Blanshard, Brand, “Kierkegaard on Faith”
312.072 — Blanshard, Brand, The Philosophy of Analysis
312.073 — Bloomfield, Leonard, notes on Bloomfield on Language
312.074 — Bochenski, J.M., Contemporary European Philosophy
312.075 — Bonaventura and Albert Magnus
312.076 — Bouillard, Henri, Genise et Evolution de la Theologie Dialectique
312.077 — Bowle, Politics …in the XIX
312.079 — Braaten and Harrisville, Kerygma and History:  A Symposium
312.078 — Braaten and Harrisville, The Historical Jesus and the Kerygmatic Christ
312.080 — Bridgman, P.W., The Logic of Modern Physics
312.081 — Bridgman, P.W., The Way Things Are
312.082 — Brightman, E.S., A Philosophy of Religion
312.083 — Brown, P.R.L., “Political Society”
312.089 — Bultmann, Rudolph, Bultmann’s reply to Schmeiwind’s article in Kerygma and Mythology
312.084 — Bultmann, Rudolph, Esssays, Philosophical and Theological
312.085 — Bultmann, Rudolph, History and Eschatology
312.086 — Bultmann, Rudolph, Jesus Christ and Mythology
312.087 — Bultmann, Rudolph, notes on Bultmann’s view of Science and Nature
312.088 — Bultmann, Rudolph, Theology of the New Testament
312.089 — Cosmology, Pre-Socratic
312.090 — Ethics I
312.091 — Ethics II
312.092 — French Philosophy, Folder 1
312.095 — French Philosophy, Folder 2
312.096 — French Philosophy, Folder 3
312.093 — Galatians
312.094 — Historiography
312.098 — Plato, History of Greece
312.099 — Plato, Life and Works
312.100 — Plato, Politics
312.101 — Plato, Problems of His Day
312.102 — Plato, Undergraduate I
312.103 — Plato, Undergraduate II
312.104 — Political Philosophy
312.105 — Religion
312.106 — Westminster Confession, Folder 1
312.107 — Westminster Confession, Folder 2

A short quiz by Dr. Clark on ancient Greek philosophy:
[In good economical fashion, Dr. Clark used extra copies of this quiz as note paper,
composing his exegetical notes for John 11 on the back side of the sheets.]
 
Matching questions: Put all correct letters in left margin.
1. Thales (a) The world is composed of four elements.
2. Anaximander (b) Love and Hate cause motion.
3. Anaximenes (c) Achilles and the tortoise.
4. Heraclitus (d) The boundless.
5. Pythagoreans (e) Can't step into same river twice.
6. Parmenides (f) The Logos.
7. Empedocles (g) Condensation and rarefaction produce qualities.
8. Anaxagoras (h) Ten pairs of opposites
9. Democritus (i) You can't think about square circles.
10. Zeno (j) Mind controls the universe.
  (k) The ocean wave makes no noise.
  (l) Some atoms are big.
  (m) The world repeats itself over and over again.
   
Sorry, Dr. Clark didn't leave us the answers. Can you supply them?