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Author: Schurman, Anna Maria van, 1607-1678.
Title: The learned maid; or, Whether a maid may be a scholar?: A logick exercise / written in latine by that incomparable virgin Anna Maria à Schurman of Vtrecht. With some epistles to the famous Gassendus and others.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The learned maid; or, Whether a maid may be a scholar?: A logick exercise / written in latine by that incomparable virgin Anna Maria à Schurman of Vtrecht. With some epistles to the famous Gassendus and others.
Schurman, Anna Maria van, 1607-1678.

London: Printed by John Redmayne, 1659.
Subject terms:
Women -- Education
Schurman, Anna Maria van, -- 1607-1678
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A94255.0001.001

Contents
title page
illustration
FR. SPANHEMIUS.
TO THE HONOURABLE LADY, THE LADY A. H.
The Learned Maid. A Logicall Exercise upon this Question.
part argument
I. Argument, from the Property of the Subject.
II. Argument. Again from the property of the Subject.
III. Argument, from the externall Property, or Adjunct.
IV. Argument.
V. Argument.
VI. Argument.
VII. Argument
VIII. Argument, from the Genus of the predicate, or, of Learning.
IX. Argument, from the end of Sciences.
X. Argument.
XI. Argument.
XII. Argument.
XIII. Argument.
XIV. Argument.
XV. Argument, from the Opposite.
A REFUTATION OF THE ADVERSARIES.
These Praecognita are to be premitted.
THE THESIS OF THE ADVERSARIES.
I. Argument. On the part of the Subject.
II. Objection.
III. Objection.
IV. Objection.
V. Objection.
letters
ANNA MARIA à SCHVRMAN TO THE Famous Scholar PETRUS GASSENDUS.
ANNA MARIA à SCHVRMAN, To the excellent IOANNES BEVEROVICIVS.
ANNA MARIA à SCHVRMAN TO THE Most Noble Lady MOOR.
ANNA MARIA à SCHVRMAN, To the Honourable. Sr. SIMOND D'EWES.
TO THE Reverend Doctor FREDERICVS SPANHEMIVS ANNA MARIA à SCHVRMAN.
Out of an Epistle TO Dr. RIVET.