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Finding Aid for the Marvin Farber Papers, Professor of Philosophy and Phenomenology, circa 1920-1980


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Collection Overview

Title: Marvin Farber Papers, Professor of Philosophy and Phenomenology, circa 1920-1980
Creator: Farber, Marvin, 1901-
Extent: 35 manuscript boxes, (17 linear feet)
Language of Material: Collection material in English.
Repository: State University of New York at Buffalo. University Archives
Abstract: Collection of materials from Marvin Farber, professor of philosophy and phenomenology. Includes correspondence, publications, notes, speeches, and course files.

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Preferred Citation

[Description and dates], Box/folder number, 22/5F/768, Marvin Farber Papers, Professor of Philosophy and Phenomenology, circa 1920-1980, University Archives, The State University of New York at Buffalo.

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Acquisition Information

Received January 5, 1988, from Roger Farber, M.D., son of Marvin Farber.

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The Marvin Farber Papers, Professor of Philosophy and Phenomenology, circa 1920-1980 are open for research.


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Processed by Archives staff, circa 1988.

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Biographical Note

An internationally known philosopher, Marvin Farber (1901-1980), served as professor of Philosophy at the State University of New York at Buffalo from 1927-1961 and 1964-1974. In 1974, he was awarded professor emeritus status. Earning a Ph.D. in 1925 from Harvard, he also attended German universities in Berlin, Heidelberg, and Freiburg, where he would study under such notables as Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger, Heinrich Rickert, and Ernst Zermelo. Later, Farber would find himself teaching such future scholars as Wilfred Sellars and Richard Hofstadter.

Farber also served as a member of many philosophical societies, including president of the International Phenomenological Society, president of the eastern division of the American Philosophical Association, executive committee member of the Symbolic Logic Association, and member of the Paris Institute de Philosophe and the Charles S. Peirce Society. Authoring numerous books and articles on philosophy, Farber founded the journal, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research , which he edited for forty years.

1901 Born December 14, in Buffalo, New York.
1918-1920 Studied music at the University of Buffalo.
1920 Transferred to Harvard University.
1922 Graduated summa cum laude with a B.S. in Philosophy.
1922-1924 Studied abroad at Berlin, Freiburg, and Heidelberg Universities.
1925 Received his Ph.D. from Harvard with the dissertation, Phenomenology as a Method and as a Philosophical Discipline.
1925-1926 Instructor of Philosophy, Ohio State University.
1927 Began his 44 years of Philosophy professorship at the University of Buffalo.
1930 Married Lorraine F. Walle (3 children).
1937-1961 Chairman of the Department of Philosophy.
1940-1980 Founder and editor of the journal Philosophy and Phenomenological Research.
1944-1945 Awarded a Guggenheim Foundation fellowship.
1950 Editor, Philosophic Thought in France and the United States: Essays Representing Major Trends in Contemporary French and American Philosophy (University of Buffalo).
1959 Published Naturalism and Subjectivism ©. C. Thomas).
1961-1964 Professor and Chairman of University of Pennsylvania's Philosophy Department.
1964 Returned to UB as Distinguished Service Professor.
1974 Conferred Professor Emeritus.
1977 Retired from UB.
1980 Died at the age of 79 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
1984 Posthumously published The Search for an Alternative: Philosophical Perspectives of Subjectivism and Marxism (University of Pennsylvania Press).

Scope and Content Note

This collection documents Marvin Farber's extensive correspondence with philosophers in the United States and abroad, including Rudolf Carnap, Roderick M. Chisholm, Charles Hartshorne, Martin Heidegger, Hans Reichenbach, Bertrand Russell, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Wilfred Sellars. Additionally, a large selection of manuscripts record Farber's articles, speeches, and research notes, covering such topics as phenomenology, ethics, scientific inquiry, naturalism, and logic.

III: Early notes and papers, traces his academic work as a student, and include course catalogs from the universities he attended: Harvard, Freiburg, and Heidelberg. These notes contain his early work on phenomenology and logic, as well as papers on other philosophers such as Edmund Husserl, Henri Bergson, and Heidegger.

IV: Course files, includes both philosophy classes Farber took as a student, and those he taught at the University at Buffalo. Moreover, this series contains Farber's students' notes in the form of detailed reports summarizing class content. Many course files also have newspaper clippings documenting contemporary issues of his era, which Farber used to illustrate course subject matter.


This collection is arranged in four series: I.Correspondence, II.Manuscripts, III.Early Notes and Papers IV.Course Materials.

Container List

I.     Correspondence, circa 1920-1980

"General" files contain single correspondences.

Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

Box-folder Contents
1.1 A: general, circa 1923-1978, undated; includes Robert Ackermann, H. Austin Aikens, Airport Press, Kazimierz Ajdjukiewicz, Virgil Aldrich, Alfred Own Aldridge, S. Alexander, Gordon W. Allport, American Association of University Professors, Ampelokepos (F.K. Voros), Analysis, L. Anceshi, Alvaro Bonilla Aragon, Archives de Philosophie, Frank Armfield, Elso Arruda, Luis E. Nieto Arteta, Editions B. Arthaud, Association for Symbolic Logic, Fernad Aubier, Australasian Journal of Psychology and Philosophy.
1.2 Aiken, Henry D., 1946-1949, 1973, 1975
1.3 Albrecht, Milton, 1961-1968
1.4 Alien Property Custodian, 1944-1948
1.5 Allers, Rudolf, 1945-1949
1.6 Anderson, James F., 1949
1.7 Andriopoulos, Dimitri, 1967, 1975-1978
1.8 American Council of Learned Societies, 1950-1966
1.9-1.10 American Philosophical Association, 1964-1974; includes Latin American Committee.
1.11 Anton, John P., 1977-1980
1.12 Aron, Raymond, 1948-1949
1.13 Ashberry, Wallace, 1945-1946; "Journal Campaign."
1.14 Avelino, Andres, 1941-1944
1.15 Avey, Albert, 1928-1947
1.16 Ayiter, Ferid, 1947-1950
1.17 B: general, circa 1928-1977, no date; includes N. Bacah, Richard G. Badger, Kalyan Kumar Bagchi, Cameron Baird, Eve Baker, Edward G. Ballard, K.C. Ballard, Govinda R. Banerjee (Joseph R. Roman), Ronald E. Banks, W.L. Barnette Jr., Edward N. Barnhart, Joseph L. Baron, John A. Barone, Hans Barth, Sandra Lee Bartky, Steven Bartlett, William H. Baumer, H. Heath Bawden, Beacon Press, Ruth Beam, Barton Bean, R.F. Beerling, Peter Beisswanger, Vincent Bell, Arundite Niyogi Belsev, Harold Benjamin, Ethel Bennet, Drora Ben-Zvi, Richard Berg, Peter L. Berger, Arthur Berndtson, C. A. Berndtson, Richard J. Bernstein, E.W. Beth, Charles J. Beyer, Henri H. Birnbaum, Brand Blanshard, George Boas, Dirk Bodde, Thomas Boger, Herbert G. Bohnert, Eida Bonner, Leonard G. Boonin, Richard Bosley, Vernon J. Bourke, N. Bowie (see Thomas Perry's letter), Boyer, (see SUNY at Buffalo), Bradley University, Ronald H. Brady, Myles Brand, Richard Brandt, E.W. Braunlich, VIII Congresso Interamericando de Filosofia (Brazil), Robert H. Brinckerhoff, Bruce W. Brotherston, Earl R. Browder, L.E.J. Browwer, Teddy Brunins, Ulla Brunins, Bryn Mawr College, Louis F. Budenz, Wilh. Burkamp, Burnham (see Norton), Bernice Cohen Burros, A. Burtt.
1.18 Bachelard, Gaston, 1947-1949
1.19 Bahm, Archie J., 1946, 1969-1979
1.20 Balz, Albert G.A., 1941-1946
1.21 Bargeliotes, Leonidas, 1968-1971
1.22 Bar-Hillel, Yehoshua, 1946-1948
1.23 Bayer, Raymond, 1950-1953
1.24 Baylis, Charles A., 1937-1970
1.25 Beck, Lewis W. 1940-1967
2.1 Becker, Howard, 1941-1942
2.2 Becker, Oskar, undated, includes photocopy of article.
2.3 Belgodere, Francisco J.A., 1941-1946
2.4 Benjamin, A. Cornelius, 1948-1955
2.5 Bennet, Jose Rolz, 1942-1949
2.6 Berge, Damiano, 1948-1949
2.7 Berger, Gaston, 1945-1969
2.8 Berger, Klaus, 1944-1945
2.9 Bergmann, Gustav, 1944-1958
2.10 Bergmann, Hugo, 1940-1966
2.11 Berleant, Arnold, 1961-1978
2.12 Bertocci, Peter A., 1944-1970
2.13 Bewkes, Eugene, 1935-1946
2.14 Biemel, Walter, 1947-1977
2.15 Binswanger, Ludwig, 1940-1945
2.16 Birx, James, 1969-1980
2.17 Biser, Irwin, 1939-1945
2.18 Blumenfeld, Walter, 1940-1961
2.19 Book Dealers, 1961
2.20 Boynton, Richard, 1926-1962
2.21 Brentano, J.C. M., 1959
2.22 Brightman, Edgar S., 1940-1948
2.23 Brown, Clifford, 1965-1967
2.24 Bunge, Mario, 1956-1974
2.25 Burkat, Leonard and Marion, 1954-1958
2.26-2.28 Bykhovsky, Bernard, 1945-1979, undated
3.1 C: general, circa 1943-1976, undated; includes Manuel Cabrera, Roger Caillois, Huntingdon Cairns, University of Calcutta, University of California at Santa Cruz, Robert B. Cantrick, Milic Capek, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Americo de Carvalho, Casa do Castelo (Editora), Mario Casalini, Angel Jorge Casares, Maximo Castro, New Catholic Encyclopedia, American Catholic Philosophical Association, Catholic Students, Constantine Cavarnos, Peter Caws, Roland Ceilloir, Office of Censorship, J. Gordon Chamberlin, V.C. Chappell, Winnona Chatterton (former Mrs. Ted Clements), Debiprasad Chattopadhyaya, Harold Cherniss, University of Chicago (see Kendrick re: Naeso), Shu Lo Ching, Leslie H. Chisolm, Chang-Han Choi, Roy Clouser, Code of Wartime Practices (Office of Censorship), Priscilla N. Cohen, Betty Cohen, P.F. Collier and Son Corp., Columbia University, George P. Conger, Conwyn Arms Apartments, Daniel Cooper, Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, Copyright Office, Ronald A. Cordero, Thomas A. Cowan, Donald Cox, Patricia A. Crawford, Creighton Club, Crowell-Collier Publishing Co., Leslie O. Cummings, Bernard Curtis.
3.2 Cairns, Dorion, 1947-1966
3.3 Campbell, Robert, 1948-1949
3.4 Campon, Nilton, 1946-1948
3.5-3.7 Capen, Samuel P., 1931-1950
3.8 Caponigri, A. Robert, 1928, 1944-1960
3.9 Capozzi, Francis C. , 1951-1952
3.10 Carafides, John, 1964-1975
3.11 Carmichael, Peter A., 1944-1948
3.12 Carnap, Rudolf, 1936-1963, 1970; includes "My Visit with Two Imprisoned Philosophers in Mexico," 1970, concerning Rafael Ruiz Harrell, Nicholas Molina Flores, and Eli de Gortari.
3.13 Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1952-1953
3.14 Carneiro, O.A. Dias, 1944-1949
3.15 Casas, Manuel Gonzalo, 1945-1948
3.16 Cassirer, Ernst, 1941-1944
3.17 Castenada, Hector-Neri, 1961, 1971-1977
3.18 Cerf, Walter, 1951, 1956-1977
3.19 Champromis, Pierre, 1947-1949
3.20 Chandler, Albert R., 1935-1965
3.21 Chaudhury, Prabas Jiban, 1948-1949, 1961
3.22 Chavez, Ezequiel A., 1942-1948
4.1 Chisholm, Roderick M., 1952-1982
4.2 Cho, Kah Kyung, 1966-1982
4.3 Clements, Tad S., 1961-1979
4.4 Clifton, Fred J., 1963-1969
4.5 Cohen, Robert S., 1962-1978
4.6 Copilowish (Copi), Irving M., 1948-1949
4.7 Cornu, Auguste, 1948-1977
4.8 Correspondence with students, circa 1942-1960; includes Frank M. Abbate, Eli Alson, John S. Armesto, Ronald E. Banks, Dan T. Craine, Theodore Drew, Fossaceca, Rolland J. Gladieux, Jonas Gottfried, Richard Greene, Charles M. Gronachan, Gary Manuse, Mildred A. Obenhack, Morton Oliver, Thomas Perry, Virginia Willis Russell, Birinder Kaui Sarkaria, Edward C. Scanlan, Rita (Morlock) Seeley, Henry Sustakoski, Olive T. Wertz.
4.9 Craiden, Victor, 1951-1965
4.10 Creegan, Robert F., 1963-1969
4.11 Crosser, Paul, 1971-1972
4.12 Cua, Antonio S., 1965-1973
5.1 D: general, circa 1946-1980, no date; includes W.E. Danforth, Edward D'Angelo, Thomas L. Dao, John W. Davis, Rosalind DeAngelo, John N. Deck, Giovanni DeCrescenzo, Grace A. deLaguna, Armando de la Torre, Theodore C. Denise, Philip Devaux, Milutin Devrnja, Robert E. Dewey, Dianoia, Humberto Diaz-Casanueva, Laura Dibb, Robert S. Dickens, Alwin Diemer, Terry DiFilippo, Eleanor Dilks, Alpphonse J. DiRocco, Paula Jones Dladla, Maurice Dobb, Paul Dolinsky, Alan Donagan, Ray H. Dotterer, Robert M. Doud, Richard M. Douglas, Jarvis Dowd, Eric Doyle, Richard M. Drake, Owen W. Dukelow, Henri Dumery, Raya Dunayevskaya, Austin E. Duncan-Jones.
5.2 D'Amico, Robert, 1972-1979
5.3 DeGrood, David H., 1965-1980
5.4 DeKresz, Geza and Norah, 1923-1958
5.5 Delfini, Alexander, 1969-1973
5.6 Dell Publishing Company (Huett, Richard), 1962-1965
5.7 Demecs, Desiderio D., 1961-1976
5.8 Demos, Raphael, 1922-1969
5.9 Dewey, John, 1945-1949
5.10 Diamessis, Spyridon E., 1970-1971
5.11 Diogene, 1966-1968
5.12 Dommeyer, Frederick C. , 1964-1968
5.13 Ducasse, C. J., 1947-1968
5.14 Duerr, Howard J., 1948-1964
5.15 Dufrenne, Mikel, 1963-1966
6.1 E: general, circa 1940-1973, undated; includes Ruth Eckert, James Edie, Irwin Edman, Paul Edwards, William F. Edwards, Arthur Efron, Gerald A. Ehrenreich, Isaac Ehrenreich, Sylvan H. Eisman, W.R.M. Elderkin, Lotta Eley, Wilma Ely, Lester Embree, Encyclopedia Britannica, Encyclopedia of Philosophy, S. Morris Engel, Merton Ertell.
6.2 Edel, Abe, 1952-1967
6.3 Epstein, Ralph C. , 1944-1954
6.4 Evans, D. Luther, 1928-1953
6.5 F: general, circa 1929-1983, undated; includes Robert Fancher, K.T. Fann, Eugene M. Farber, Jason E. Farber, Lorraine W. Farber, Waheed Ali Farooqi, Farrar and Rinehart Inc. , Vicente Fatone, Robert C. Feldman, Anthony Fera, Lynd Ferguson, Jose Ferrater Mora, Walter S. Field, Vladimir Filipovic, Clarence Finlayson, Maurice A. Finocchiaro, Helen First, Roderick Firth, John Fisher, Ruth W. Fisher, Robert Fisk, Ross Fitzgerald, Martin Foss, A. Fraenkel, Emile Francais, Radiodiffusion Francaise, Republique Francaise (Financial Control and French Disbursing Agency in the USA), Societe des Gens de Lettres de France, Sadie Frankenor, William Frankenor, Fay Friedman, F.S. Friedmann, H. Friess, S.H. Fruchtermann, Kate Fry, Fulbright Advisory Committee for Philosophy and Religion.
6.6 Fabris, Dino, 1967-1971
6.7 Fall, Charles R., 1961-1978
6.8 Federation Internationale des Societies de Philosophy, 1948-1977
6.9 Federici, Silvia, 1966-1980
6.10 Feibleman, James K., 1961-1976
6.11 Feigel, Herbert, 1945-1946, 1967
6.12 Ferrandino, Joseph, 1970-1977
6.13 Ferrer, Olga, 1962-1972
6.14 Feuer, Lewis, 1952-1965
6.15 Findlay, J.N., 1947, 1962, 1963
6.16 Fink, Eugen, 1938-1947
6.17 Fink-Landgrebe Fund, 1946
6.18 First, Joseph M., 1962-1978
6.19 Flower, Elizabeth, 1944-1960
6.20 Fontaine, William, 1963-1968
6.21 Foster, James F., 1940-1941
6.22 Fox, Seymour, 1970-1973
6.23 Franklin, Mitchell, 1963-1972
6.24 Frei, Emil, 1976
6.25 French-American Volume, 1950, 1952
6.26 French Radio Talks, 1951, 1952
6.27 Frey, David L., 1965-1973
6.28 Frondizi, Risieri, 1948-1980
6.29 Fulbright Award, 1949-1955
6.30 Funke, Gerhard, 1970-1973
6.31 Furnas, Clifford C. , 1954-1965
7.1 G: general, circa 1927-1978, undated; includes Roger Garaudy, Patricia K. Gareis, Marvin H. Garfinkel, Leo F. Garrison, Lucius Garvin, Nathan Gaynor, A.C. Genova, Rolf George, Richard Gerard, William Gerber, Julian A. Gervasi, Ned Giesy, Joseph Gilbert, Neal W. Gilbert, Jerry H. Gill, Lyle Glazier, Ash Gobar, P.B. Goetz, Howard Gold, Charles L. Goldberg, Alair O. Gomes, Samuel Gorovitz, Eli de Gortari, Rubin Gotesky, Gouinlock, Nigel Grant, Kenneth Greene, Greenwood Press, Jean Grenier, Llewellyn Gross, Adolf Grunbaum, B.R. Gruner B.V. Publishers and Booksellers, Bernard Grunstra, Victor Guarino, Arline Guenther, Eva Guggenheimer.
7.2 Garnett Jr., Christopher B., 1966
7.3 Garver, Newton, 1961-1977
7.4 Gehman, Harry M., 1949-1978
7.5 Geneseo State University: college lecture, 1970-1971
7.6 Ginsberg, Robert, 1964-1975
7.7 Gonseth, Ferdinand, 1950-1972
7.8 Goodman, Nelson, 1961-1963
7.9 Gracia, Jorge J.E., 1972-1983; includes "In memoriam, Marvin Farber," removal of PPR to Brown University, Farber Memorial Endowment Fund.
7.10 Gracia, et al, 1980-1981; includes transfer of PPR to Brown University.
7.11 Grassi, Joseph G., 1963-1967
7.12 Gruber, Frederick C. , 1961-1965
7.13 Grunberg, Emile, 1945-1953
7.14 Guggenheim Foundation, 1936-1979
7.15 Gurwitsch, Aron, 1959-1973
7.16 Gutman, James, 1954-1963
7.17 H: general, circa 1928-1978, undated; includes Lewis E. Hahn, A.I. Hallowell, Michael Hamilton, William A. Hammond, Harcourt Brace and Co., S. Harmston, Harper and Row Publishers, Catherine R. Harris, Clyde Haupt, Herbert Heidelberger, Richard H. Heindel, Bertrand P. Helm, Harry Helson, Dom G. Helwig OSB, Carl G. Hempel, Michael B. Henning, Herman and Cie., Aaron Hershkowitz, Harold Hickerson, David Hilbert, Patrick J. Hill, Justin Hofmann, Barbara D. Holender, J. Edgar Hoover, John Hortons, John Hospers, Richard L. Howey, The Humanist, Humanities Press Inc. , Hunter College, Husserl Archives, Clyde K. Hyder, Jack Hyman.
7.18 Hacker, Edward, 1961-1974
7.19-8.4 Handy, Rollo, 1952-1975 [8 folders]
8.5 Hansen, James E., 1966-1974
8.6 Hare, Peter, 1966-1975
8.7 Harris, Henry S., 1973-1976
8.8 Hart, Alan, 1963-1966
8.9 Hart, Samuel, 1961-1977
8.10 Hartshorne, Charles, 1923-1979
8.11 Harvard University Press, 1939-1973
8.12 Havet, Jacques, 1951-1969
8.13 Hawi, Sami S., 1970-1975
8.14 Heidegger, Martin, 1933-1948
8.15 Hems, John, 1966-1973
8.16 Hendel, Charles W., 1942-1959
8.17 Hering, Jean, 1951-1977
8.18 Hiz, Henry, 1966-1968
8.19 Hocking, William Ernest, 1923-1961
9.1 Hodges, Donald C. , 1965-1978
9.2 Hofstadter, Albert, 1962-1968
9.3 Hofstadter, Richard, 1936-1970
9.4 Hook, Sidney, 1930-1962
9.5 Hopson, Suzanne R., 1963
9.6-9.7 Horosz, William, 1961-1978
9.8 Horowitz, Irving L., 1959-1978
9.9 Hourani, George F., 1967-1978
9.10 Huertas-Jourda, Jose, 1971-1975
9.11 Hunter, Rodger B., 1968-1979
9.12 Husserl, Edmund and Mrs., 1922-1946
9.13 Husserl, Edmund, undated; includes Martin Farber on the Philosophy of Husserl.
9.14 Hussert, Edmund, undated; includes Ideas II-III typescript translation by Schutz and Natanson.
9.15-9.16 Husserl, Gerhart, 1936-1947, 1962-1966; includes photocopies.
10.1 I: general, circa 1957-1977; includes Gustav Ichheiser, Don Ihde, University of Burdwan (West Bengal, India), International Publishers, Philip Iobst, Richard N. Ippolito.
10.2 Ijsseling, Samuel, 1981-1982
10.3 Ingarden, Roman, 1959-1970
10.4 Institut International de Philosophie, 1960-1972
10.5 Institute of International Education, 1961-1962
10.6 Iribadjakov, Nikolai, 1972-1976
10.7 Irving, John A., 1952-1965
10.8 Israel, E. Philip and Helen, 1932-1973
10.9 J: general, circa 1956-1970; includes Vladimir Jankelevitch, T.E. Jessop, A.H. Johnson, Henry W. Johnstone Jr., Journal of Philosophy, Margaret Jost.
10.10 James, Richard E., 1961-1964
10.11 Jonas, Hans, 1961-1971
10.12 Jones, Edward S., 1946-1968
10.13 Jones, Paula R., 1969-1976
10.14 K: general, circa 1945-1978, undated; includes R.K. Kaeske, Sholom J. Kahn, Philip J. Kain, A.L. Kaiser, Jack Kaminsky, Arthur Kannwischer, G. Kanzler, Abraham Kaplan, Edward K. Kaplan, Husain Kassim, Else Kaufmann, Shinjo Kawasaki, John Kearns, Maria Kellner, Jeffrey J. Kelton, President Vladimir S. Kemenov (USSR), John H. Kendrick, Howard P. Kenig, E. Daryl Kent, University of Kentucky Press, Joe Keogh, Jonathan Ketchum, Chin-Tai Kim, Keon Mi L. Kim, Ben Kimpel, Theodore Kisiel, Rin'ichi Kittaka, Adolf D. Klarmann, Albert M. Kligman, George L. Kline, Mrs. Alfred A. Knopf, John Knox Jr., Richard A. Koehl, Michael Kosok, Julius Kraft, Kraus Reprint Corporation, Otto F. Kraushaar, Stanley J. Krempa, Lucy Krull, O.A. Kubitz, John H. Kultgen, Paul G. Kuntz, Donald B. Kuspit, K. Kuypers.
10.15 Kallen, Horace M., 1940-1974
10.16 Karaganov, Alexander, 1946
10.17 Kattsoff, Louis O., 1951-1965
10.18 Kauber, Peter, 1964-1975
10.19 Kaufmann, Felix, 1942-1953
11.1-11.7 Kaufmann, Fritz, 1937-1952
11.8 Kekes, John, 1975-1976
11.9 Kerr, William, 1962-1972
11.10 Kersten, Frederick, 1961-1974
11.11 Kessler, Milton, 1962, 1975, 1976
11.12 Ketter, Robert L., 1966, 1970, 1971
11.13 Kiefer, Howard E., 1967-1970
11.14 Kim, Sang-Ki, 1972-1981
11.15 Klibansky, Raymond, 1967-1968
11.16 Kockelmans, Joseph J., 1965-1966
11.17 Koyre, Alexandre, 1951-1961
11.18 Kraft, Julius, 1936-1941
11.19 Krikorian, Yervant H., 1969-1972, 1977
11.20 Kristeller, P.O., 1961-1966
12.1-12.2 Kruse, Cornelius, 1939-1971
12.3 Kuczynski, Janusz, 1972-1975
12.4 Kunz, F.L., 1953
12.5 Kunz, Robert M., 1962-1969
12.6 Kurtz, Paul W., 1952-1975
12.7 L: general, circa 1928-1981, undated; includes Olivier Lacombe, Laurence J. Lafleur, C. Stevens Laise, A. Lalande, Charles Lambros, Jean Lameere, Sterling P. Lamprecht, Adelle H. Land, Herbert Lang and Cie A.G. Booksellers, J. John Lang, Chauncey D. Leake, Hughes Leblanc, H. Lefebvre, Henry Lenz, David Levine, Emmanuel Levinas, Laura F. Lewis, Martin Lewis, University Libraries, James A. LiBrize, Arthur Liebert, Universite de Lille, Mario Lins, Kwang-Sae Lee, John Loga, Paul R. Lohnes, Archbishop Stanislaus Lokuang, Longmans, Green and Co., Douglas Low, M.L. Lowenthal Jr..
12.8 Lamont, Corliss, 1963-1970
12.9 Landgrebe, Ludwig, 1962-1979
12.10 Landsman, Ted, 1952-1953
12.11 Langer, Susanne K., 1929-1964
12.12 Lansdell, Herbert, 1958-1973
12.13 Lape, Richard H., 1964-1965
12.14 Laszlo, Ervin, 1964-1972
12.15 Lavine, Thelma Z., 1962-1978
12.16 Lawler, James, 1973-1979
12.17 Leighton, Joseph A., 1925-1954
12.18 Lenzen, Victor F., 1951-1975
12.19 Lewis, C. I., 1945-1970
12.20 Lichtenstein, Heinz, 1963-1980
12.21 Lichtigfeld, A., 1960-1964
12.22 Lille, Academie de, 1965
12.23 Lombardi, Franco, 1952-1962
12.24 Losange (Ediciones Losanges), 1955-1957
12.25 Lowe, Victor, 1952-1970
12.26 Lukacs, Georg, 1947, 1971
12.27-12.28 M: general, circa 1932-1979; includes Charles G. MacArthur, M.T. McClure, Duval T. McCutchen, McGill University, Richard R. McGuire, Dean E. McHenry, James Randolph McNabb, Robert F. McRae, William S. MacTiernan, Joseph A. McTigue, University of Madras, Abrahams Magazine Service, Jerre mangione, Manhattanville College, Gabriel Marcel, Deborah A. Marcus, Herbert Marcuse, Joseph Margolis, Julian Marias, Juan R. Marin, Nicolae M. Maris, Mihailo Markovic, Bob Martin, Walter T. Marvin, Werner Marx, Y. Masih, Vera Maslow, Charles Massinger, Benson Mates, Mathematical Reviews, Clifford J. Mathews, R. Maublane, Heinz Maus, Edgar B. May, Lazar Mayants, Charles Leopold Mayer, Clara Mayer, Frederick Mayer, Milton Mayeroff, Stanislaus Mazierski, Mildred Foulke Meese, Freny Mehta, John Melling, Alfred O. Mendel, Andre Mercier, Meulenhoff and Co., A.M.T. Meyer, Francois Meyer, Heinrich Meyer, Jerry Meyers, Robert Meyers, Helen C. Myerson, Henning Meyn, Demetrios A. Michalaros, University of Michigan, Z. Micic, Ruth Milander, Claire Miller, James Wilkinson Miller, Leonard G. Miller, Myron Miller, University of Minnesota Philosophy Society, S. Miroglio, G. Mirus, G. Misch, T. Mischel, M.B. Mitin, Leo N. Mitrokhin, Modern Quarterly, Modern Schoolman, E.F. Molnar, The Monist, H. Montague, Deoclides Montalvo, Sharon Burke Montgomery, Carlo Monti, Jorge Montoya y Montoya, Gilbert D. Moore, Guy T. Moore, Robert J. Moore, Philip Moran, Harold Morick, Morineau y Clavo, Ernest L. Morris, Mosaic Press, Richard D. Mosier, Theodore C. Moss, John L. Mothershead, J.H. Muirhead, Virginia Muniak, Einar Munksgaard, Y. Murano, Idus Murphree, Charles A. Muses, M. Muslimuddin, Gerlad E. Myers, Univerity of Mysore.
12.29 McCreary, John K., 1946-1948
13.1 McDermott, A.C. , 1962-1965
13.2 McElroy, Howard C. , 1949
13.3-13.8 McGill, V.J., 1941-1977
13.9 McGrath, Earl, 1930-1957
13.10 McGreal, Ian, 1947-1949
13.11 Machlup, Fritz, 1938, 1961, 1964
13.12 McKeon, Richard, 1942-1963
13.13 MacMillan Company, 1940-1976
13.14 McPherson, Thomas, 1956
13.15 Madden, Edward, 1958-1976
13.16 Maher, Thomas, et al, 1920-1925; includes Tom Flanagan, Karl Kautsky, M. Rasumny, "Russell Palmer," Rudolf Katz, Harry M. Lichtenstein, A.H. Simpson, Raymond Farber.
14.1 Malisoff, William M., 1947
14.2 Manicas, Peter T., 1962-1968
14.3 Mann, Thomas, 1943
14.4 Marck, Siegfried, 1933-1941
14.5 Marcus, Theodor, 1940-1947
14.6 Margenau, Henry, 1944-1945
14.7 Maritain, Jacques, 1940-1944
14.8 Marshall, John, 1948-1949
14.9 Martin, Richard, 1964-1978
14.10-14.11 Mathur, Dinesh C. , 1964-1981
14.12 Matross, Gerald N., 1965-1972
14.13 Mattingly, John R., 1941-1943
14.14 May, Rollo, 1961-1962
14.15 Maynez, Eduardo Garcia, 1943-1949
14.16 Meadow, Paul, 1943-1944
14.17 Mehl, Roger, 1948-1949, 1969
14.18 Melchert, Norman, 1962-1970
14.19 Melvil, Yuri K., 1969-1979
14.20 Merlan, Philip, circa 1941-1971
14.21 Merlan, Philip: Memorial Lectureship, 1976
14.22 Merleau-Ponty, Maurice, 1947-1948
14.23 Mesthene, Emmanul, 1949, 1964
14.24 Metzger, Arnold, 1940-1949
14.25 Michaelis, Anne L., 1940-1948
14.26 Michejda, Helen R., 1962-1964
14.27 Minerva, 1944
14.28-14.29 Mins, Henry, 1944-1976
14.30 de Miranda, Pontes, 1941-1945
14.31 von Mises, Richard and Ludwig, 1943-1945
14.32 Mohanty, J.N., 1965-1978
15.1 Moore, Jared, 1940-1943
15.2 Mora, Jose Ferrater, 1943-1949
15.3 Thomas More Institute for Adult Education, 1955-1956
15.4 Morgenbesser, Sidney, 1965
15.5 Morot-Sir, Edouard, 1957-1973
15.6 Morris, Bertram, 1940-1948
15.7 Morris, Charles W., 1945-1948
15.8 Morrow, Glenn R., 1942-1943
15.9 Moser, Shia, 1963-1982
15.10 Mueller, Gustav, 1941-1949
15.11 Munita R., Enrique, 1967, 1973
15.12 Munk, Arthur W., 1966-1974
15.13 Munro, Thomas, 1947-1949, 1970
15.14 Murchland, Bernard, 1967
15.15 Murphy, Arthur E., 1944-1949
15.16 Myers, Robert J., 1965-1975
15.17 Myhill, John, 1949-1950
15.18 N: general, circa 1934-1976, undated; includes Hajime Nakamura, Jan Narveson, John W. Nason, National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, National Library Service, Jeanette Martin Navel, Scott Nearing, Fred C. Neff, Margaret Nelson, Nesco Industries, Lucille Neumann, Neurath, Mario Neves, New Scholasticism, Niagara Falls Board of Education (Division of Adult Education), Niagara Rug and Carpet Co., I.C. Nichols, Roy F. Nichols, Erven P. Noordhoff Ltd., Stephen J. Noren, North-Holland Publishing Co., North Main Lumber Co., Norton Union Program Committee, J.H. Nota, Luis E. Noussan-Lettry, L. Nowak.
15.19 Naess, Arne, 1949
15.20 Nagel, Ernest, 1943-1948, 1950-1954
15.21 Nahm, Milton C. , 1948-1965
15.22 Nakhnikian, George, 1955-1960
15.23 Napier, James E., 1965-1966
15.24 Natanson, Maurice, 1949
15.25 National Endowment for the Humanities, 1969-1974
15.26 National Science Foundation, 1967-1968
15.27 Naville, Pierre, 1945-1949
15.28 Nedoncelle, Maurice, 1948
15.29 Nelson, Everett J., 1944-1948
15.30 New School for Social Research, 1941
15.31 New York Philosophy Club, 1963-1968
15.32 Newgarden, Arthur, 1961-1965
15.33 Nicol, Eduardo, 1955-1972
15.34 Niebyl, Karl H., 1942
15.35 Nijhoff, Martinus: publisher, 1966-1972
15.36 Noack, Hermann, 1938
15.37 Noel, L., 1939-1940
15.38 Norton and Company, Publishers, 1939-1940
15.39 Nostrand, Howard, 1936-1941
15.40 O: general, circa 1961-1969, undated; includes Oberlin College, Dan O'Connor, Christine O'Leary, Herbert R. Otto.
15.41 Oakes, Robert, 1968-1973
15.42 Ofstad, Harald, 1948-1949
15.43 O'Neill, John, 1963-1966
15.44 Oppenheim, Felix, 1952
16.1-16.2 Opler, Marvin K., 1936-1973
16.3 Opler, Morris E., 1932-1945
16.4 Osborn, Andrew D., 1939-1941
16.5 Oswego College, 1965
16.6 Otero, Mario H., 1962-1978
16.7 Otto, M.C. , 1942-1945
16.8 Oxford University Press, 1946-1966
16.9 P: general, circa 1937-1980, undated; includes Laila Packman, Paine-Whitman Publishers, Lucia Marchetti Palmer, Robert B. Palmer, J. Papdakis, David Parker, DeWitt H. Parker, Sidney J. Parnes, Alan Pasch, Salicia Passweg, Nicholas Pastore, Frank Patocka, Harriet Pattison, Carl Patton Jr., John Pavlidis, Charles S. Peirce Society, Danilo Pejovic, Mark E. Penney, John Pennington, John B. Penniston, La Pensee, periodical addresses, Dexter Perkins, Richard Perkins, Mrs. George Perl, Hugo Perls, David L. Perry, Reginald C. Perry Annalisa Vinceti Petoello, Gajo Petrovic, Henri Peyre, Alexander Pfander, The Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Phi Betta Kappa, Jean A. Phillips, Philosophica Slovaca, Philosophical Library Publishers, American Philosophy, Journal of Philosophy, Benigo Mantilla Pineda, Presidente Piñera, Geraldo Pinheiro, Alvaro Vieira Pinto, Helmuth Plessner, A.G. Pleydell-Pearce, G.H. Pohland, Review of Politics, G. Polya, Hendrick Pos, Hhoward Post, Prager Philosophische Cercle, J.W. Pratt, G. Prawda, Ralph C. Preston, Przeglad Filozoficzny (Polish Philosophical Review), Psychedelic Religious Celebrations (The League for Spiritual Discovery), Psychological Abstracts, Psychological Bulletin, Publishers' Weekly, Eugenio Pucciarelli, Irmarita Putnam.
16.10 Paci, Enzo, 1965-1970
16.11 Paliard, Francois, 1948-1949
16.12 Pannwitz, Rudolf, 1940-1941
16.13 Pap, Arthur, 1947-1949
16.14 Papanoutsos, E.P., 1965-1969
16.15 Park, Julian, 1930-1952
16.16 Park, Ynhui, 1968-1969
16.17 Parker, Francis H., 1962-1965
16.18 Parker, William R., 1964-1966
16.19 Parreaux, Andre, 1948-1949
16.20 Parry, William T., 1947-1978
16.21 Parsons, Howard L., 1969-1977
16.22 Paterson, Antoinette M., 1961-1977
17.1 Peckham, Morse, 1954
17.2 Pegis, Anton O., 1947-1948
17.3 Peiping, National Library of China, 1941-1949
17.4 Pepper, Stephen C. , 1947-1949
17.5 Perelman, Charles, 1953-1973
17.6 Perlman, Mark, 1969-1972
17.7 Peroff, Paul N., 1949
17.8 Perry, Ralph B., 1939-1957
17.9 Perry, Thomas, 1962-1975
17.10 The Personalist, 1940-1949, 1971
17.11 Pescador, Augusto, 1966-1967
17.12 Peterson, Richard, 1973-1976
7.13 Pfeffer, J. Alan, 1962-1965
7.14 Phaenomenologica: Husserl Archives, 1959-1980
7.15 Phillips, Herbert J., 1945-1949
17.16 Philosophical Review, 1928-1932
17.17 Piccone, Paul, 1965-1981
17.18 Peirola, Raul A., 1941-1949
17.19 Piest, Oskar, 1941-1957
17.20 Plesur, Milton, 1962-1974
17.21 Podolsky, Edward, 1942-1945
17.22 Polin, Raymond, 1947-1969
17.23 Pollock, John L., 1969-1971
17.24 Poortman, J.J., 1946-1949
17.25 Portie, Jean-Francois, 1947-1948
17.26 Praxis, 1962, 1968
17.27 Presses Universitaires de France, 1948-1967
17.28 Puffer, Claude E., 1945-1947
17.29 Quadrangle Books, 1961
17.30 Quesada, Francisco M., 1940-1943
17.31 Quine, Williard V., 1945, 1963-1964
17.32 Qureshi, Tufail, 1965-1972
17.33 R: general, circa 1923-1977 includes Radio France, WBEN Radio, Johannes Rahder, Kevin Ransome, I.S. Ravdin, Miguel Reale, Realidad, Carson E. Reber, Adolph L. Reed, David Wynne Rees, Jacques Reinhart, Karl Reuning, G. Revesz, Review of Metaphysics, Revista de Educacion, Revista de la Federacion de Doctores en Ciencias y en Filosophia y Letras, Revista Philosophia, Revista de Psicoanalisis, Revista de Psicologia, Revue D'Histoire et de Philosophie Religieuses, Revue Internationale de Philosophie, Revue de Metaphysique et de Morale, Revue Neoscolastique de Philosophie, Alphonso Reyes, Philip Blair Rice, Heinrich Rickert, Glenn K. Riddle, Robert Riegel, Max Rieser, David Riesman Jr., Alec M. Ritchie, Rivista di Filosphia, Rivista di Filosphia Neoscolastica, Rivista di Storia Della Filosophia, Jesse Roark, William Robinson, Alphonse J. DiRocco, University of Rochester (Forbes Society), Mildred Roesser, William A. Rogers, Dennis A. Rohatyn, Paul H. Rohmann (Antioch Press), Rodolp Rojo, M. Roschwald, Gregory A. Ross, Roswell Park Memorial Institute, Robert L. Rotella, Ita Rotenberg, Ben Rothenberg, Solomon Rothenberg, Louis Rougier, Sophia Vanni Rovighi, Mitchell I. Rubin, Dagobert Runes, George Yeisley Rusk, Patricia Russell.
18.1 Ramsey, Paul, 1944-1947
18.2 Randall Jr., John H., 1941-1969
18.3 Raushenbush, Esther, 1966
18.4 Rawlins, F.I.G., 1944-1949
18.5 Read, Thornton, 1940-1946
18.6 Reichenbach, Hans, 1943-1945
18.7 Reid, James M., 1947
18.8 Reiner, Hans, 1975-1976
18.9 Reiser, Oliver L., 1961-1966
18.10 Reither, William H., 1962-1964
18.11 Reitz, William, 1938, 1940
18.12 Rescher, Nicholas, 1959-1968
18.13 Ricci, Louis M., 1968-1970
18.14 Rickwood, Jean M., 1973
8.15-8.18 Riepe, Dale M., 1955-1980
18.19 Riezler, Kurt, 1943
18.20 von Rintelin, Fritz J., 1950-1968
18.21 Robinson, Daniel S., 1950-1977
18.22 Roblin, Ronald, 1961-1977
19.1 Rockefeller Foundation, 1944-1964
19.2 Roelofs, Howard D., 1935-1944, 1974
19.3 Roenau, Ernest, 1940-1941
19.4-19.5 Romanell, Patrick, 1944-1975
19.6 Romero, Francisco, 1940-1965
19.7 Rose, Lynn E., 1966-1977
19.8 Rosen, Stanley H., 1962-1963
19.9 Rosenbaum, Alan S., 1966-1978
19.10 Rosenberg, Elizabeth Husserl, 1940-1950
19.11 Rosensohn, William S., 1969-1975
19.12-19.13 Rotenstreich, Nathan, 1940-1949, 1961-1979
19.14 Rouges, Alberto, 1943-1944
19.15 Rouner, Leroy S., 1964-1966
19.16 Ruckman, Robert, 1973
19.17 Rudner, Richard, 1949, 1963
19.18-19.19 Ruja, Harry, 1938-1947, 1962-1966
19.20 Russell and Russell Inc. , Publishers, 1961-1962
19.21 Russell, Bertrand, 1940-1970
19.22 Rutkin, George, 1949
19.23-19.24 S: general, circa 1923-1977,undated; includes George H. Sabine, Gerald Saddlemire, Alphonse Philip Salatino, Christopher V. Salmon, J.E. Salomaa, Universidad Mayor de San Marcos, Edward Saunders, Richard Schafer, E.H. Schaub, George Schedler, Jordan M. Scher, L. Raymond Scherer, Robert P. Schermerhorn, Stephen Schiffer, Herman Schmalenbach, Sylvia Schneider, Judith Schoenberg, George Schoolfield, Anne Schrecker, J.P. Schroeter, Herman J.P. Schubert, William L. Schurz, Schwabe and Co., Peter Schwankl, Lewis M. Schwartz, Baldwin V. Scharz, Schweninger, Samuel Scolnicov, Robert Scoon, J.W. Scott, Baruch B. Segal, Gary F. Seifert, Ralph L. Shafer, Mark Shames, Sidney Shanker, Louis Sharpe, Myron E. Sharpe, Francis M. Shea, Louis Shein, W.H. Sheldon, Joe Shister, Normabelle Helmen Shively, Imad T. Shouery, David Shute, Luis Recasens Siches, Livio Sichirollo, Morton Siegel, William L. Siemon, Richard A. Siggelkow, Ruth Silver, Michael Simmons, Dorothy Simon, Thoralf Skolem, Adam Small, Saul M. Small, Susan E. Small, H.B. Smith, John E. Smith, Quentin Smith, A.F. Smullyan, New School for Social Research, Society for the Synthesis of Knowledge, Robert Sokolowski, Merl Solomon, Harold Somers, Alfred Somit, Sophia (Quarterly), James D. Sorrentino, South American Philosophers and Their Books, Soviet Studies in Philosophy, Harold E.B. Speight, Stephen Spielman, George J. Stack, State University of New York at Stony Brook, G.E. Stechert and Co., Wolfgang Stegmuller, Joseph Stein, Carol Steiner, Charles L. Stevenson, John D. Stewart, Stephen P, Stich, Arthur Stiernotte, Michael Stocker, Svetozar Stojanovic, Thomas Storer, Robert C. Stover, Stephan Strasser, Jean S. Straub, Leo Strauss, Elizabeth Stroker, Sewall C. Strout, John Stuart, Studi Filosofici, John (Donna, Erik, and David) Stumpf, Abraham Suhl, Verlag Suhrkamp, Bill Sullivan, Henry J. Sustakoski, Robert D. Sweeney, Don Sweet, John Sweigert, John L. Swiniarski, Association for Symbolic Logic, Jan Szewczyk, Herman A. Szymanski.
20.1 Sachs, Mendel, 1967-1974
20.2 Sagal, Paul T., 1966-1972
20.3 Saksena, S.K., 1948-1950
20.4 Salomon, Albert, 1940-1945
20.5 Santoni, Ronald E., 1965-1966
20.6 Sartre, Jean-Paul, 1946-1948
20.7 Scheffer, Henry M., 1923-1946
20.8 Scheffler, Israel, 1959-1975
20.9 Schischkoff, Georgi, 1947-1948
20.10 Sachlaretzki, W.E., 1962-1963
20.11 Schneider, Herbert W., 1930-1967, 1978
20.12 Schrader, George A., 1961-1966
20.13 Schrecker, Paul, 1941-1948
20.14 Schuh, Edward, 1952-1964, 1968
20.15-21.11 Schutz, Alfred, 1937-1962 [20 folders]
21.12 Schwartz, Joseph J., 1965-1967
21.13 Schwarz, Wolfgang, 1961-1978
21.14 Sciera, Leo, 1966-1969
21.15 Scoledes, Aristotle, 1967-1979
21.16 Scribner's, 1950-1969
21.17 Sellars, Roy Wood, 1945-1973
21.18 Sellars, Wilfred, 1934-1973
21.19 Sewall, John I., 1945-1972
21.20 Shuster, George N., 1941-1942, 1953
21.21 Shute, Clarence, 1964-1966
21.22 Simonson, Solomon, 1944-1945
21.23 Sinari, Ramakant, 1964-1976
22.1 Singh, Bhagwan B., 1968-1978
22.2 Sinha, Debabrata, 1965-1975
22.3 Slive, David, 1969-1975
22.4 Smith, Jerome, 1939-1941
22.5 Smith, Ronald G., 1945-1948
22.6 Snedden, James A., 1963-1969
22.7 Snyder, Lee R., 1973-1978
22.8 Society for the Philosphical Study of Marxism of Dialectical Materialism: newsletter, 1973-1974
22.9 Sommerville, John, 1952-1980
22.10 Sonthoff, Herbert G., 1944
22.11 Soviet Russia: Soviet Embassy, 1943-1947
22.12 Spencer, James, 1967-1980
22.13 Spiegelman, Joel, 1956-1964
22.14 Spitzer, Leo, 1942-1943
22.15 Sprohge, Hans D., 1971-1976
22.16 Standley, Gerald B., 1953-1980
22.17 Stearns, Isabel, 1941
22.18 Steffenhagen, Ronald, 1967-1972
22.19 Stein, Charles W., 1955-1962
22.20 Stein, Edith, 1940-1941
22.21 Steinkraus, Warren E., 1966-1968
22.22 Stern, Alfred, 1946-1947
22.23 Stern, Gunther (Anders, G.), 1949, 1951-1977
22.24 Storch, Alfred, 1940-1946
22.25 Stratton, Melville, 1965-1978
22.26 Sundaram, Krishnamoorthy, 1970-1976
22.27 SUNY (Albany Office), 1967-1978
22.28 State University of New York at Buffalo (SUNYAB), 1966-1977
22.29 State University of New York at Buffalo University Archives, 1968, 1976
22.30 State University of New York at Buffalo: Funds for Distinguished Professors, 1973
22.31 State University of New York at Buffalo: Philosophy Department, 1964-1967
22.32 Swados, Felice, 1935
23.1 T: general, circa 1943-1975, undated; includes Koshiro Tamaki, Jacques Taminiaux, A. Tanovic, E.V. Tarle, Alfred Tarski, Charles Thomas Taylor, Harold Taylor, Jack Taylor, Diana Tead, Telos, Fredrich Tenbruck, Theoria, Hugo de Thierry, James Thin, Warren K.A. Thompson, Carl Thurston, Tijdschrift voor Philosophie, Samuel J. Todes, Timothy J. Tomasi, Torino, Robert Tragesser, Translation Service for Faculty, Bernard Traub, A. Hernandez Travieso, R.J. Trayhern, Frank Trifilio, Hoyt Trowbridge, Wilma Trudel, Slavi Tschauschev, Patricia Tummons, Murray Terbayne, John R. Tuttle, Ralph W. Tyler.
23.2 Tait, Foster E., 1963-1971
23.3 Tanabe, H., 1939
23.4 Tatarkiewicz, Wladyslaw, 1968-1970
23.5 Tavanets, P.V., 1946-1947
23.6 Tecoz, Henri Francois, 1946
23.7 Thomas, Carla R., 1966-1974
23.8 Thompson, Stith, 1949
23.9 Tillich, Paul, 1943
23.10 Tomas, Vincent, 1949
23.11 Tomashevich, George V., 1970-1978
23.12 Toohey, John J., 1949
23.13 Toronto, University of: Philosophy Club, 1949, 1965
23.14 Townsend, Harvey G., 1948-1949
23.15 Trivers, Howard, 1941-1942
23.16 Tymieniecka, Anna-Teresa, 1961-1977
23.17 U: general, circa 1937-1958, undated; includes S. Ucko, Ueberwegs Grundib der Geschichte der Philosophie, Nobushige Ukai, Montague Ullman, Morris Ullman, UNESCO, Frederick Unger Publishing Co., United States Post Office, University of Toledo, Emilio Uranga, W. Urbanowicz, J.O. Urmson.
23.18-23.19 University of Pennsylvania, 1960-1965
23.20 University of Pennsylvania: general, 1962-1965
23.21 University of Pennsylvania: Committee for Graduate School of Education, 1962-1965
23.22 Urban, Wilbur M., 1940-1943
23.23 Ushenko, Andrew P., 1941-1956
23.24 Utitz, Emil, 1938
23.25 V: general, circa 1941-1977; includes Donald Vandenberg, Van Dusen, N.V. Van Gorcum and Co., G. Vasetskii, Vassar College, Fr Alphonse Vercek, Veterans Administration, Harold Vetter, Graciela Noemi Vico, V. Vilman, Charles F. Virtue, F. Visser't Hooft, Gregory Vlastos, Dietrich Von Hildebrand, Fritz-Joachim von Rintelen, Joseph Vrin.
23.26 Vajda, Mihaly, 1970-1976
23.27 Valberg, Eugene, 1963-1968
23.28 Valdivia, Jorge Nunez, 1941
23.29 van Breda, Herman Leo, 1954-1974
23.30 van den Berg, J.H., 1951-1954
23.31 van der Hoop, J.H., 1948
23.32 van der Horst, L., 1948
23.33 Vandi, Abdulai, 1974-1977
23.34 Vanni-Rovighi, Sofia, 1945-1947
23.35 Van Tuinen, Jacob, 1940-1941
23.36 Varet, Gilbert, 1967-1973
23.37 Vasquez, Juan Adolfo, 1951-1965
23.38 Vincenti, Annalisa, 1967-1971
23.39 Vivas, Eliseo, 1943-1944
23.40 Voegelin, Eric, 1943-1944
23.41 VOKS, 1945-1948
24.1 W: general, circa 1939-1975,undated; includes Wagner, Joseph Walber, Margaret Walle, W.E. Van de Walle, Edward Walter, Bernard Wand, Walter Warner, Washington Cooperative Bookstore, Robert Wasser, University of Ontario at Waterloo, Bruce Waters, Anders Wedberg, W. Weier, Erika Weigand, Bertram Wein, Seymour Weinstein, William B. Weinstein, Wells College, Wesleyan University, Charles L. Wheatley, Wheeling College, Terence d'Osbert White, Alfred North Whitehead, Richard L. Whitford, Wholesale Book Corporation, Fred D. Wieck, Forrest Oran Wiggins, James B. Wilbur, B.D. Willenbrock, Gardner Williams, Paul D. Williams, Richard Williams, George A. Wilson, H.W. Wilson Co., Ruth Witebsky, A. Wittenberg, Stephen and Sally Wittenberg, Judith Wohl, R. Richard Wohl, Jan Wolanek, Steven L. Wolfgang, Benjamin Wolstein, Henry M. Woodburn, Woolman, Worthwhile Book, Wilfred L. Wright, Rembert Wurlitzer, University of Wurzburg.
24.2a Wagner, Helmut, 1974-1980
24.2b-24.2c Wagner, Helmut: On Alfred Schutz, (mss.) 1977
24.3 Wahl, Jean, 1941, 1951-1974
24.4 Walle, M.and H., 1941-1954
24.5 Wallon, Henri, 1947-1949
24.6 Warren, W. Preston, 1963-1977
24.7 Weedon, William S., 1940-1949
24.8 Weinberg, Julius, 1938-1941
24.9 Weiss, Helene, 1940-1949
24.10 Weiss, Paul, 1960-1980
24.11 Weitz, Morris, 1942, 1943, 1971
24.12 Wells, Rulon S., 1940-1949
24.13 Werkmeister, W.H., 1941-1942
24.14 Western Ontario, University of, 1958
24.15 Weyl, Hermann, 1938-1948
24.16 Wheelwright, Philip, 1940-1941
24.17 White, Leslie, 1931-1970
24.18 White, Morton G., 1945-1976
24.19 Whitman, Mary, 1948-1954
25.1 Who's Who, 1950-1978
25.2 Wiener, Philip P., 1945-1968
25.3 Wienpahl, Paul D., 1948
25.4-25.5 Wild, John, 1938-1966
25.6 Williams, Donald, 1951-1966
25.7 Williams, George, 1967-1974
25.8 Wilpert, Paul, 1960-1964
25.9 Winter, Eduard, 1947, 1960-1967
25.10 Winternitz, Emanuel, 1940-1949
25.11 Winthrop, Henry, 1948-1949
25.12 Wolfers, William R., undated
25.13 Wolfson, Harry A., 1958-1975
25.14 Wolfson, H.G., 1940-1947
25.15 Wolman, Benjamin B., 1963
25.16 Woods, James H., 1922-1930
25.17 X, Y and Z: general, circa 1924-1978,undated; includes Stanley J. Yake, Yale French Studies, Yale University (Prof. John E. Smith), Yale University Press, M. Yamamoto, Diane Yeager, Yenching University (Peiping China), Samuel Yochelson, M.G. Yoes, Jim Young, Wolfgang Yourgrau, Atara Y. Zakai, G.M. Zapp Jr., Leopoldo Zea, Zeitschrift fur Philosophische Ferschung, Lewis K. Zerby, Paul Ziff, J.L. Zimmermn, Christine C. Zink, Sidney Zink, Miladin Zivotic, University of Zurich.
25.18 Xirau, Joaquin, 1940-1947
25.19 Yale University: Graduate Philosophy Club, 1953-1962
25.20 Yocum, Doris E., 1963-1970
25.21 Yolton, John W., 1949
25.22 Yule, David, 1922-1927
25.23 Zaner, Richard M., 1969-1973
25.24 Zartman, James F., 1974-1978
25.25 Zermelo, Ernst, 1923-1929
25.26 Zilsel, Edgar, 1939-1941
II.     Manuscripts, circa 1918-1977

Includes manuscripts and notes of articles, speeches, and subjects. All titles were taken directly from Farber's original folder headings.

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Box-folder Contents
26.1-26.2 "Search for an Alternative": Geneseo lecture, 1971; includes drafts, final version.
26.3 "American Philosophy in the 20th Century," 1958-1961; includes contribution to Ueberweg.
26.4 Notes on American Philosophers, undated
26.5 Basic issues and questions, undated
26.6 Basic issues: questions and quotations, undated
26.7 "Aims of Education in a Changing World": Brockport lecture, 1967
26.8-26.9 Cairns festschrift essay, circa 1972; includes "The Philosophic Impact of the Facts Themselves."
26.10 Carnegie Tech. lectures, undated; includes notes for lectures at Carnegie Institute of Technology.
26.11 Collier's Encyclopedia article, 1976
26.12 Crowell-Collier Encyclopedia, 1960-1961; includes Edmund Husserl, phenomenology.
27.1 "The Dialectic," 1922
27.2-27.6 Dialectical materialism, 1921-1925
27.7 Education lectures, circa 1934
27.8 Educational philosophy, circa 1950-1960
27.9 Essence, ideality, and universals, undated
27.10 Existential and phenomenological philosophy, no date
27.11 Freedom, values, and UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization), 1949-1950; includes "Freedom and the Concept of Equality."
27.12 French-American conference, 1968; includes comments on "who we are" as a philosophical question.
27.13 French-American volume, 1968; includes philosophic thought in France and the United States.
28.1 French radio, 1952; includes Edmund Husserl, phenomenology.
28.2 "Goal of a Complete Philosophy of Experience,": Landgrebe festschrift, 1971-1972
28.3 Heidegger, undated
28.4 Hering on Sartre, undated
28.5 "Humanistic Ethics and the Conflicts of Interests," 1968
28.6 "Theses on the Existence of the World as a Philosophical Problem: in memory of Roman Ingarden," undated
28.7 Husserl, E. Erfahrung and Urteil, undated
28.8 "The Thought and Influence of Edmund Husserl," 1935, 1940, 1956; includes "Husserl's Méditations Cartésiennes" (1935), "Edmund Husserl and the Background of his Philosophy" (1940).
28.9 Husserl glossary, undated
28.10 Idealism and naturalism, undated
28.11 James essay, undated
28.12 "The Foundations of Logic" and notes for Phil. 316, 1936
28.13-28.15 General Logic notes, 1918-1930
29.1 "Inference in Traditional Logic," undated
29.2 "Logical Systems and the Principles of Logic," circa 1932
29.3 Mss., Advanced Logic (Principles of Logic), undated
[Note: manuscript is incomplete and consists of pages 18-39, 59-98.]
29.4 "The Nature of Logic and its Fundamental Principles," 1935
29.5 "The Structure of Logic and its Significance for the Philosophy of Science," undated
29.6 Logical positivism: Carnap, etc., undated
29.7 Marxism: money, 1921; includes "The Part Money Plays in Economic Theory, in Particular, the Marxian Theory."
29.8 Materialism, miscellaneous, undated; includes abstract, notes.
29.9 Merlan festschrift: "Value and Existence," 1971
29.10 Naturalism and subjectivism, circa 1970-1979
29.11 Naturalistic logic, 1969; includes "Thesis of a Naturalistic Logic"
29.12 Naturalism and idealism, 1968
29.13 Noack reviews, 1938, 1966; includes Farber's 1938 review of Hermann Noack's Symbol und Existenz der Wiissenschaft and 1966 review of Die Philosophie Westeuropas im Zwanzigsten Jahrhundert.
29.14 Manuscripts, including "Nondependence of Existence," undated
29.15 Methodology, 1946-1960
29.16 Background of Philosophy: Philosophic Method, undated
30.1 Notes: lectures, writings, circa 1932-1962; includes "Reflections on the Nature and Method of Philosophy."
30.2-30.3 Notes: writings, circa 1935-1965, undated; includes spiral-bound notebook.
30.4 Notes: nature of philosophy, undated
30.5 Ontology, circa 1967
30.6 Article on Phenomenology for Encyclopedia of Western Philosophy and Philosophers, 1958-1960
30.7 Phenomenology: notes and questions, undated
30.8 Phenomenology: notes, undated
30.9 Phenomenology: topics, circa 1930-1960
30.10 Preface to Foundation of Phenomenology II, III, 1962-1967
30.11 Phenomenology and the existence of the world, 1961; includes program for American Philosophical Association eastern division meeting.
30.12-30.13 Survey: Phenomenology and existence, 1948-1949
30.14 "The Phenomenological Tendency," 1962
30.15 Phenomenology and existentialism, 1929-1932, no date; includes "Aspects of Phenomenology and Existentialism," "Aspects of Phenomenology and Existentialism from 1945-1948."
30.16 Phenomenology and Psychology: Amsterdam lectures, no date
30.17 Phenomenology and the Problems of Subjectivism, 1965; includes abstract for "Pervasive Subjectivism."
30.18 Phenomenology, 1926; includes "The Object of Knowledge from the Phenomenological Standpoint."
30.19 Phenomenology monograph, 1966-1967; includes correspondence regarding Phenomenology as a Method of Philosophical Discipline.
30.20 Phenomenological writings, circa 1925
30.21 Letters regarding PPR, 1941-1977
31.1 "Philosophy in the Twentieth Century," undated
31.2 Philosophy and medicine, undated
31.3 Philosophy and scientific inquiry, 1965; includes "Philosophy and the Scope of Scientific Inquiry."
31.4 Philosophy of art, undated
31.5 Max Scheler, undated
31.6 Scheler, Heidegger, and existentialism, undated; includes "Scheler's Anti-Evolutionism and his Conception of Moral Values."
31.7 Alfred Schuetz
festschrift, 1970; includes "Values and the Scope of Scientific Inquiry."
31.8 Book review of R.W. Sellars, 1970; includes Farber's review of Reflections on American Philosophy from Within.
31.9 Sheffer notes, 1936
31.10 Socialism (evolution and socialism, etc.), circa 1931
31.11 Some misc., circa 1942-1978, undated; includes notes, correspondence.
31.12 Subjectivism and irrationalism, undated
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31.13 Topics, 1932; includes notes on "The Logical Structure of Ethical Theory," "Phenomenology: The Last Stronghold of Idealism," "Phenomenology and its Antecedents."
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31.14 Re: Dialectic and experience, "Toward a Naturalistic Philosophy of Experience," undated
31.15 Typescripts, published papers, 1953,undated; includes "Aspects of American Philosophy from 1940 to 1946," "False Abstractionism and the Problem of Objective Ethical Knowledge," "Statement Concerning the Philosophy of Edmund Husserl," "On the Philosophy of Western Europe in the Twentieth Century."
31.16 UNESCO, 1947; includes Farber's extracted comments for UNESCO Committee of Experts on Philosophy and the Humanities.
31.17 Values, 1932,undated.
31.18 Vitae, 1963, 1971, undated; includes curriculum vitae, notes, correspondence.
31.19 Remarks about Pluralism for Jean Wahl, undated
31.20 Whitehead notes, 1948
31.21 Added materials, 1934-1935, 1938; includes reprints from The Philosophical Review.
[Materials added by archivist November, 2005]
III.     Early notes and papers, circa 1918-1937

All titles were taken directly from Farber's original folder headings.

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32.1-32.2 Catalogs, circa 1921-1937; includes Official Register of Harvard University, Friedrich-Wilhems-Universität zu Berlin Verzeichnis der Vorlesungen, Ankündigung der Vorlesungen der Badischen Albert Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg im Breisgau, Verzeichnis der Vorlesungen sowie der Dozenten, Behörden und Institute der Badischen Ruprecht-Karls-Universität zu Heidelberg.
32.3-32.4 Philosophical essays I, 1920-1925; includes "The Method of Symbolic Logic," "Change, Motion, Time," "Indian Ancestor Worship."
32.5-32.7 Philosophical essays II, 1919-1923; includes "The Perceptual Object," "Act, Content, and Object: A Phenomenological Investigation."
32.8 Papers on Phenomenology I, 1919-1923; includes material on Husserl and Heidegger.
32.9-32.11 Papers on Phenomenology II, circa 1920-1924; includes abstracts, "Has Kant Solved Hume's Problem?: With Particular Reference to the Concept of Causality," "The 'Creative Evolution' of Henri Bergson," "The Biological and Pyschological Factors in the Free-Will Controversy, by 'Behavioristic Meliorist' (Sidney Farber)."
32.12 Edith Stein mss., circa 1924,undated; includes notes from "Phänomenologie und Erkenntnistheorie" (manuscript of E. Husserl).
32a.1-32a.4 Medical notes, circa 1926; includes notes from Moabit Pathological Institute of Berlin.
33.1-33.6 Die Jamesche Erkenntnistheorie, III (James' Theory of Knowledge), 1923-1924
33.7-33.9 Logic, Foundations (early period), circa 1920-1929
33.10-33.11 Math, Logic: Foundations, Zermelo, etc., 1923-1927
33.12 Elementary Logic, circa 1920-1929
IV.    Course files, circa 1920-1968

Covers courses primarily from the 1920s through the 1950s, including courses taught by Farber, his notes as a student, and his students' notes. All titles were taken directly from Farber's original folder headings.

Arranged by course number.

Box-folder Contents
34.1 Philosophy 101, 1931-1932, undated; includes "The Labor Problem as Viewed by Recent Social Science Writers," notes.
34.2-34.4 Philosophy 201: Ethics, introduction, 1930, 1943, no date; includes Lorraine Florence Walle's "Introduction to Philosophy" notebook, notes.
34.5-34.6 Philosophy 202, circa 1934-1937, undated; includes notes taken by Howard Duerr, clippings.
34.7 Philosophy 203-204: Logic I, 1937-1938, 1947,undated; includes course outline, notes, clippings.
34.8 Philosophy 203-204: Logic II, 1931, 1958,undated; includes lecture outlines, notes.
34.9 Philosophy 203-204: Logic III, 1931-1932,undated; includes notes, clippings.
34.10 Philosophy 203-204: Logic IV, 1937, 1948,undated; includes notes, clippings.
34.11 Philosophy 203-204: Logic V, 1935, 1956, undated; includes notes, clippings.
34.12 Philosophy 203-204: Logic VI, 1947; includes notes.
34.13 Philosophy 203-204: Logic of relations, undated; includes notes.
34.14-34.15 Philosophy 203-204: Logic notes, circa 1930-1951; includes notes, clippings.
35.1-35.2 Philosophy 203-204, circa 1930-1941, undated; includes 1933 Bulletin of the American Association of University Professors, notes, clippings.
35.3 Philosophy 301-205, circa 1925-1943, undated; includes notes.
35.4 Philosophy 205, 301, 401, circa 1921-1931, undated; includes "Pythagorean Science," notes.
35.5 Philosophy 401 (301?), circa 1925-1943,undated; includes notes.
35.6 Philosophy 301, 401, circa 1925-1940, undated; includes course exam, notes.
35.7 Philosophy 302, 401, circa 1925-1950,undated; includes course exams, notes.
35.8 Philosophy 302, 401, 301, circa 1925-1931, undated; includes student paper, notes.
35.9 Philosophy 308, circa 1955-1965; includes February, 1957 class attendance, course exam, notes.
35.10 Philosophy 309: Modern Logic, circa 1937, undated; includes student notes, Farber's notes.
35.11 Philosophy 405: Ethics, Perry's outline, circa 1920-1928; includes "Perry's Outline of Ethics" (Harvard University, 1920-1921), notes.
35.12 Philosophy 505: Knowledge and reality, notes of Howard Duerr, 1938-1940; includes Duerr's 1938-1939 notes, Farber's notes.
35.13 Topics: recent past, Philosophy 587, circa 1967-1973; includes Philosophy 598 exam, 1973 list of courses taught by Farber, Philosophy 587 notes.
35.14 Philosophy 616: Kant seminar, 1962-1963; includes notes.

Search Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the Library's online catalog.


Farber, Marvin, 1901- Aspects of phenomenology and existentialism
Hook, Sidney, 1902-1989
Husserl, Edmund, 1859-1938
Israel, E. Philip
Israel, Helen
Opler, Marvin K. (Marvin Kaufmann), 1914-1981
Polin, Raymond, 1918-
Riepe, Dale Maurice, 1918-
Sellars, Wilfrid
State University of New York at Buffalo. University Archives
Stein, Edith, Saint, 1891-1942
University of Buffalo. Dept. of Philosophy
White, Morton Gabriel, 1917-
Avey, Albert E. (Albert Edwin), 1886-1963
Baylis, Charles Augustus, 1902-
Beck, Lewis White
Breda, H. L. van (Herman Leo van)
Bykhovskii, Bernard Emmanuilovich, 1898-
Capen, Samuel Paul, 1878-1956
Cerf, Walter
Chisholm, Roderick M.
Cho, Kah Kyung
Clements, Tad S.
Cornu, Auguste
De Kresz, Geza, 1881-1959
De Kresz, Norah, 1882-1960
Dewey, John, 1859-1952
Ducasse, Curt John, 1881-1969
Evans, D. Luther (Daniel Luther), 1895-1979
Farber, Marvin, 1901- Aspects of phenomenology and existentialism from 1945-1948
Gonseth, Ferdinand, 1890-
Gracia, Jorge J. E.
Handy, Rollo
Hartshorne, Charles, 1897-2000
Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976
Hocking, William Ernest, 1873-1966
Hofstadter, Richard, 1916-1970
Horosz, William
Horowitz, Irving Louis
Kallen, Horace Meyer, 1882-1974
Kaufmann, Fritz, 1891-1958
Kraft, Julius, 1898-1960
Kruse, Cornelius, 1893-
Mathur, Dinesh Chandra
McGill, V. J. (Vivian Jerauld), 1897-
Mins, Henry Felix, 1903-
Nagel, Ernest, 1901-
Parry, William T. (William Tuthill), 1908-1988
Perry, Ralph Barton, 1876-1957
Romanell, Patrick, 1912-
Rotenstreich, Nathan, 1914-
Ruja, Harry, 1912-
Schutz, Alfred, 1899-1959
Sellars, Roy Wood, 1880-
Somerville, John, 1905-
State University of New York at Buffalo. Dept. of Philosophy
Ushenko, Andrew Paul, 1901-
White, Leslie A., 1900-1975
Wiener, Philip P. (Philip Paul), 1905-1992
Wild, John Daniel, 1902-1972

Subject Terms

Husserl, Edmund, 1859-1938--Criticism and interpretation
State University of New York at Buffalo. Dept. of Philosophy--Students
College teachers--United States
Educators--United States
Farber, Marvin, 1901---Archives
Farber, Marvin, 1901---Correspondence
Philosophy, Modern--20th century
Philosophy--Study and teaching
Publishers and publishing--United States--Correspondence
State University of New York at Buffalo--Archives
State University of New York at Buffalo. Dept. of Philosophy
State University of New York at Buffalo. Dept. of Philosophy--Faculty
University of Buffalo--Archives
University of Buffalo. Dept. of Philosophy
University of Buffalo. Dept. of Philosophy--Faculty
University of Buffalo. Dept. of Philosophy--Students

Genre Terms


Associated Material

Related Materials in the University Archives

Philosophy Journals:

Marvin Farber's correspondence as editor of Philosophy and Phenomenological Research

The Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society: papers of Peter Hare (ed.), 1971-2002

UB Philosophy Department Faculty:

Newton Garver Papers, 1963-1991

George F. Hourani Papers, 1927-1984

Papers of William Tuthill Parry, 1908-1988

Thomas D. Perry Papers, 1957-1982 (bulk 1970-1982)

Peter H. Hare Family Papers, 1953-2006 (1953-1982 bulk), Series II.