Author:John Veitch

John Veitch
(1829–1894)
Scottish poet, philosopher, and historian of the Scottish border
This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica.
Articles attributed to this author are designated in EB1911 by the initials "J. V."
John Veitch

WorksEdit

  • Memoir of Sir William Hamilton, Bart (1869) Blackwood's Philosophical Classics
  • The Tweed, and other Poems (1875) external link
  • Lucretius and the Atomic Theory (1875) external link
  • The history and poetry of the Scottish border; their main features and relations (1878) external link
  • Sir William Hamilton: the man and his philosophy: two lectures delivered before the Edinburgh Philosophical Institution, January and February 1883 (1883)
  • Institutes of Logic (1885)
  • The feeling for nature in Scottish poetry (1887)
  • Knowing and Being (1889)
  • Merlin and other poems (1889)
  • Dualism and Monism, and other essays (1895)
  • Border Essays (1896)

As editorEdit

TranslationsEdit

  • Discourse on the method of rightly conducting the reason, and seeking truth in the sciences (1850) from Discours de la méthode by Descartes
  • Miditationes (1852) by Descartes

Contributions to EB1911Edit

PoemsEdit

Works about VeitchEdit

 

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