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    • The Concept Of Change In The Philosophy Of Saint Thomas Aquinas 

      Molloy, William (1940-04-01)
      The mention of the word "change" brings many ideas to mind. We may think of the change we receive in a store after having bought something or of the fact that we change our clothes, since change can have a variety of ...
    • An Introductory Study Of The Structure Of The Vocational Group 

      Tomchak, Joseph (1940-04-01)
      Midway between Individualism--the attitude of mind which tends unduly to emancipate the individual from reasonable control of church, sate, and society--and socialism--that theory which maintains that the state should own ...
    • Effect Of Minor Respiratory Infections On The Blood Count 

      Harrell, Charles (1940-04-01)
      Common colds, as so often stated, are one disease which doctors know they know little about, but the average layman thinks he knows all about. Although colds outnumber any other disease 25 to 1, no one has ever died from ...
    • A Study Of The Quantitative Determination Of Escherichia Coli As An Index Of Stream Pollution 

      Seifert, Paul (1940-04-01)
      In 1885 Escherichia coli (Bacterium coli) was isolated from the feces of a cholera patient by Escherich. Subsequently it was found to be the normal inhabitant of the intestinal tract of humans and of many animals. Because ...
    • Miracles 

      Sullivan, Bernard (1941-04-01)
      In this age of Rationalism we are told that Christianity would in the main be acceptable if it were purged of its miraculous element. As a result certain authors have attempted to write a life of Christ from which all ...
    • Person, Character, and Personality 

      Brown, Patrick (1941-04-01)
      In common language and even in philosophical circles, the terms person, character, and personality are greatly confused. Indeed there are those who would deny that man is a person properly so-called. There are philosophers ...
    • Leo XIII And Philosophy 

      Aylward, James (1942-04-01)
      The eighteenth century "philosopher” was a determined fighter, but a fighter with a malicious, destructive turn of mind. This iconoclast, not merely holding before himself the banner of philosophy but hiding behind its ...
    • The Criterion Of Truth 

      Gilmore, Robert (1942-04-01)
      "Criteriology is the science of true and certain knowledge," (1) and is mainly interested in the problem as to whether man can know things and have a true and valid knowledge of theme as they are in reality. It is concerned ...
    • The Osteological Preparation, Disarticulation, And Mounting Of A Typical Mammal, Felis Domestica 

      Kuntz, Robert (1944-04-01)
      A grey Persian cat with a crippled left hind foot was obtained for use in this preparation. The cat was killed by placing it in an air tight box with a piece of cotton saturated with chloroform. The tight wood box used was ...
    • An Investigation Of The Bacteriological Flora Of The Lower Intestine Of The White Mouse 

      Picchi, Joseph (1944-04-01)
      The lower region of the mammalian intestinal tract presents almost ideal conditions for the growth of a diversity of microorganisms. Indeed, investigations carried on by various research workers on experimental animals ...
    • The Osteological Preparation And Construction Of A Mammalian Demonstration Model 

      Radley, Penrose (1944-04-01)
      A likely specimen, one of comparatively large size and complete development, was first obtained. Size, age, and development are important for the assurance of hardened bones and well developed teeth which are essential for ...
    • The Concept Of Christian Philosophy 

      Lutz, Wayne (1947-04-01)
      The Catholic Church has been accused of not being sufficiently interested in the things of this world. It is sometimes alleged that the natural is made slave to the supernatural, that the natural is denied its own rights. ...
    • An Investigation Into The Inhibitory Powers Of Saliva Against Bacterial Growth 

      Jackson, Bynum (1947-04-01)
      From the beginning of modern medical knowledge, medical specialists in the area of the mouth have noticed that the tissues of the mouth were highly resistant to infection. And, with the advent of more thorough bacterial ...
    • A Study Of Anaphylaxis And Its Laboratory Production In The Guinea Pig 

      Carter, James (1947-04-01)
      In 1902 Richet and Fortier observed that dogs, which had recovered from the toxic effects of a sublethal dose of actinocongestin, a substance present in the tenacles of Actinaria, succumbed to a second infection of the ...
    • A Quantitative Determination Of Iron Employing Gooch Crucibles 

      Dee, Paul (1948-04-01)
      Generally iron ores are analyzed for their iron content by dissolving accurately weighted samples in hydrochloric acid, oxidizing the iron to the ferric condition, and precipitating it with freshly distilled or filtered ...
    • The Anatomy Of The Cat Photographically Illustrated 

      O'Leary, Emmett (1948-04-01)
      The common practice of most anatomy and physiology books is to present sketches and diagrams of the organs and systems of the body. It is my aim to present a similar set of illustrations as they are actually seen through ...
    • Virtue In The Philosophy Of St. Thomas Aquinas As Contained In The Summa Theologica 

      Caulfield, Terrence (1948-04-01)
      For a man to live means that he must act. His life is truly a complex pattern of actions, which may be grouped into two classes: first, those actions for which he is responsible, and secondly, those for which he is not ...
    • Preparing And Embedding Chicken-Embryos In Bio-Plastic 

      Lazo-W., Edgar (1949-04-01)
      Manyfold have been the experiments and the methods, of the various interested experimenters, for embedding biological specimens, embryos and fetuses as well as adults, In plastic. Regarding the practicality of this technique ...
    • The "Locus" Of The Soul In The Body 

      Blake, Frank (1949-04-01)
      Many philosophers from the earliest times to the present have attempted to define the rea in the body where the soul resides. Science and further reasoning have proven them wrong in their explanation. But the most obvious ...
    • The Construction Of A Shatter-Proof Anatomical Mount 

      Mullen, Joseph (1949-04-01)
      The use of models in the study of all biological sciences has proved most helpful, especially in Embryology. Without models, a student of Embryology cannot easily visualize the third dimension of a subject as small as an ...