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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1888-1889-345

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י DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES 341 MORAL PHILOSOPHY -HISTORY OF ETHICS By Wilfred Gill Fellow and Lecturer of Magdalene College Cambridge Tuesdays 11 15-12 15 These lectures will be delivered during the Michaelmas and Lent Terms 1888-89 The period under review will be that extending from the Christian to the Scholastic era and the object of this course will be twofold- To expound the leading systems of Moral Philosophy and examine the writings and lives of great ethical teachers To follow historically the develop- ment of ethical thought and illustrate its practical effects upon the morals of Europe The first lecture will be delivered on Tuesday October 16 Fee for each Term £1 Is POLITICAL ECONOMY By Mrs Fawcett Wednesday 30-3 30 during Lent Term of 1889 י ft 'mm it ft י Lecture -Introductory Bearing of political economy on the events of every day life with examples taken from familiar facts concerning the unemployed penny dinners and the low wages of women Lecture II -Subject Matter of Political Economy is Wealth Definition of wealth of money Division of
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