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Course work: Columbia University/University of Chicago 1923-1926 [series]

The Course work series consists of papers, examinations, and other materials accumulated by Leslie White while a student at Columbia University and the University of Chicago. White was a student of R. S. Woodworth at Columbia and of Fay-Cooper Cole at the University of Chicago. He also was part of a summer course at UCLA taught by Frank Thilly. Out of this class, White put together his own thoughts on matters of right and wrong and expounded his own view of ethics.

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Papers written at the University of Chicago
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Papers concerning courses at Columbia University and the University of Chicago 1923-1925
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Papers written for Professor Woodworth's courses in psychology at Columbia University 1923-1924
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Student papers written while at Columbia and University of Chicago
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Papers written at the University of Chicago 1924-1925 (4 folders)
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Masters Thesis written under R.S. Woodworth at Columbia University 1923-1924
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Papers and Reviews written at Columbia University and the University of Chicago 1924-1926
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Notes and examinations from classes of Fay-Cooper Cole at the University of Chicago
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Miscellaneous papers and Ph.D. exams of White
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"700 Pages of Worthwhile Reading" by R.S. Woodworth at Columbia University 1924
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Notes on course taught by Frank Thilly of Cornell at UCLA Summer 1923

(regarding LAW's view of ethics)