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- Subject: Ethics X
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- Arendt, Hannah, 1906-1975 1
- Aydelotte, Frank, 1880-1956 1
- Blanshard, Brand, 1892-1987 1
- Blanshard, Frances Bradshaw, 1895-1966 1
- Blanshard, Paul, 1892-1980 1
- Bollingen Foundation 1
- Borgese, Giuseppe Antonio, 1882-1952 1
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- Bradley, F. H. (Francis Herbert), 1846-1924 1
- Brightman, Edgar Sheffield, 1884-1953 1
- Broch de Rothermann, H. F. 1
- Broch family 1
- Broch, Hermann, 1886-1951 1 ∧ less
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The papers consist of correspondence, writings, teaching files, diaries, photographs, and personal papers which document the personal life and career of Brand Blanshard and his first wife Frances Bradshaw Blanshard. The papers highlight the development of Swarthmore College during the presidency of Frank Aydelotte, the growth of the Yale University Department of Philosophy after World War II, and trends in the study and teaching of philosophy in the twentieth century.
The Hermann Broch Archive contains correspondence; manuscripts of books, plays, poems, articles and essays, book reviews, and short stories; writings of others; personal papers; photographs; and videocassettes.
The Robert A. Burt papers contain correspondence and class materials created and collected by Professor Robert A. Burt (LAW 64) during his tenure as Professor of Law at Yale Law School. These papers are directly related to his professional activities and do not contain personal papers. These papers span the years of 1974-2015.
The records consist of studies, reports, and writings documenting psychological and psychiatric tests and their effects on human subjects. Each topic is led by an investigator who submits the results, in the form of a report or case study, to the Committee on the Protection of Human Subjects.
The Margaret Farley Papers include materials relating to Farley's career as a Christian Ethics professor and her research, writings, and course materials relating to subject fields such as sexual ethics, history of Christian ethics, medical ethics, and more.
Correspondence, printed matter, and writings accumulated through hundreds of inquiries to business and professional associations concerning business ethics and economic planning. Also included is a typescript autobiography spanning his life from childhood through his Minnesota ministry, 1902-1918.
The records consist of reports and subject files of the Yale Investment Office concerning ethical investing, particulary in South Africa and tobacco companies.
The papers consist of correspondence, minutes, and other organizational materials relating to Albert R. Jonsen's work on the National Advisory Board on Ethics in Reproduction and the Panel on Monitoring the Social Impact of AIDS of the National Research Council. The papers also include video tapes from the Birth of Bioethics conference held in Seattle in 1992.
The collection comprises correspondence; office, professional, and related topical files; course materials for medical ethics classes; and editorial files for IRB: A Journal of Human Subjects Research, documenting the career of Robert J. Levine as doctor, professor, author, and leader in the field of medical ethics, specializing in research using human subjects.
The papers consist of correspondence with an international array of scholars, journalists, heads of state, government officials, and friends. Also included are manuscripts and drafts of his books, columns, and speeches. In addition there are diaries and engagement books, photographs of Walter Lippmann with family and friends, requests to speak or write, honors, and film and audio tapes.
The collection contains published and unpublished books, articles, and presentations by the Christian ethicist William Johnson Everett, dating from 1962 to 2022, as well as correspondence relating to his professional life. It provides a comprehensive overview of Everett’s academic career at theological institutions throughout the United States and the development of his thought on various themes relating to politics, ecclesiology, and their interrelation.