Star of Castellar : school themes
Smith, John Thomas
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To my Alma Mater Creighton University. These school boy pieces written during his undergraduate year 1895-1899 are presented by the author.John Thomas Smith. New York C., May 28, 1945.CONTENTS:BIOGRAPHICAL: In Memorial Edward A. Creighton; Daniel O'connel; Lord Baltimore; Washington; Ideals As Viewed In OzanamPHILOSOPHICAL: The World Self Existent And Eternal Or No; The Higher Law; The Reliability Of Knowledge; Sensation; Summum Bonum; Good And Evil; Bonum Ex Integra Causa, Malum Ex Quocunque Defectu, Phantasms And Ideas; The Nature And Scope Of Philosophy; Buddhism And Brahmanism; Lies; The Possibles; Effects Of Cartesianism; Primitive Ideas Of God And The Soul.LITERARY: Books We Are To Read; Address To Law Students Upon The Occasion On Their Graduation; Demosthenes' Third Olynthiac; Agricola To The Romans; Galgacus To The Britons; Carpe Diem; Oedipus; Judge Taney On Slavery; Scribendi Recte Sapere Est Et Principium Et Fons, State Op Nebraska Vs. Jas. Donelson; Speeches Of Galgacus And Agricola; Plea To Catholic Journals And Their Readers; Ad Rempublicam.POLITICAL: Imperialism; Speech To A Labor Union; Speech On Our Present Policy Regarding The Spanish War; Resolved That Protection Is Against The Public Good; Resolved That The United States Should Build And Maintain A Large Navy; Resolved That The Newspaper Press Exerts A Greater Influence For Good Than For Evil; Influence Of The Press On The Nation's Life; Resolved That The Secession Of The Southern States Was Justifiable.SCIENTIFIC: The Sun; Evolution.The Star of Castellar, the bound volume of these essays, is available in the Creighton University Reinert-Alumni Library, Archives, Rare Books Room LD1401 .C75KNOTE ON THE TITLE: The Creighton Memorial St. Joseph's Hospital was located at 10th and Castellar streets.