Series 8. Edward A. Hoyt Addition to the Miller Papers: Essays and other writings, 1934-1961; Published writings and reviews

Box 49

Folder 1.
?Utopia.? Essay, 1935. Published in: The Paradox of Cause, 19-41.
?On History.? Essay, 1935.
?Membership.? Essay Draft/Notes, 25 October 1945.
?Sovereignty and Peace.? Essay Draft, 5 January 1948.
?History and Humanism.? Essay, 11 March 1948. Published in: The Paradox of Cause, 75-96.
?Topic: The Accidental in History.? Essay Draft/Notes, 25 June 1948. Published in: The Philosophy of History, 40-43.
?Freedom as a Characteristic of Man in a Democratic Society.? Essay, 28 December 1948. Published in: The Paradox of Cause, 97-105.
?Motives in Existentialism.? Essay, Spring 1948. Published in: Comment 1 (Spring 1948): 3, 7.
?Accidents Will Happen.? Essay, 1936. Published in: The Paradox of Cause, 42-55; The Journal of Philosophy 34 (1937): 121-31.
?The Paradox of Cause.? Essay, 1934. Published in: The Paradox of Cause, 11-18; The Journal of Philosophy 32(7)(1935): 169-75.
Aesthetics (Painting). Essay, 18 May 1949. Published in: The Paradox of Cause, 161-68.
?Economics, Politics, Ethics.? Essay Draft/Notes, July 1949.
?Universal Free Trade.? Essay, August 1949.
Review Walter A. Kaufmann?s Nietzsche: Philosophy, Psychologist, Antichrist. Book Review, May 1951. Published in: Williams Alumni Review 43 (1951): 149-50.
Folder Contents: Mr. Edward A. Hoyt?s (Williams College ?36) typescript transcriptions of various essays by Miller; included are three items of correspondence from Mr. George P. Brockway (Williams College ?36) to Hoyt from 1974; included are copies of two numbers of The Journal of Philosophy (v. 32, no. 7 & v. 34, no. 5) in which ?The Paradox of Cause? and ?Accidents Will Happen? appeared, respectively; included are photocopies of the American Political Science Review 43 (1)(1949) making note of the meeting of the American Political Science Association meeting at which Miller presented ?Freedom as a Characteristics of Man in a Democratic Society?; also included is a copy of Comment 1(1)(Spring 1948) in which Miller?s essay ?Motives in Existentialism? was published.

Folder 2.
?The Mid-World.? Essay, 30 April 1952. Published in: The Paradox of Cause, 106-23.
?The Scholar as Man of the World.? Essay, 26 May 1952. Published in: The Paradox of Cause, 174-92.
?A Reflection.? Essay & Letter, 11 August 1961.
?For Idealism.? Essay, 1940s. Published in: The Journal of Speculative Philosophy 1(4)(1987): 260-69.
?The National State.? Essay, 1940s.
?The Ahistoric Ideal.? Essay, Published in: The Paradox of Cause, 130-60.
Folder Contents: Mr. Edward A. Hoyt?s (Williams College ?36) typescript transcriptions of various essays by Miller.

Folder 3.
?For Idealism.? Essay, 1940s. Published in: The Journal of Speculative Philosophy 1(4)(1987): 260-69.
?The Owl.? Essay, Published in: The Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 24 (1988): 399-407.
Folder Contents: photocopies of the published versions of the two essays, including the introduction to each written by Professor of Religion and Philosophy Robert S. Corrington; also included is a manuscript letter to Hoyt from Professor Robert Elias (Williams College ?36) dated 16 April 1988.

Box 50

Folder 1.
?Orvieto.? Poem, April 1931.
?Ethical Cost Accounting.? Poem, February 1946.
?On Tardily Reading the New Yorker of June 2.? Poem, 22 June 1951.
?The Investor Manual.? Poem, January 1957.
?Disneyland.? Poem, December 1968.
?The Fourth Stein.? Poem, 1973.
?O Tempora.? Poem, 30 December 1973.
Folder Contents: original manuscript and Hoyt?s typescript transcriptions of various poems.

Folder 2.
Miscellaneous (Personal, Publishing). 1980-1989.
Folder Contents: various articles and essays on Miller, including Mr. George P. Brockway?s ?John William Miller? (The American Scholar 49 [1980]: 236-40), Professor of Philosophy and Religion Robert S. Corrington?s ?John William Miller and the Ontology of the Midworld? (Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 22 [1986]: 165-88), Professor of Philosophy Vincent M. Colapietro?s Review of Miller?s Five Books (Journal of Speculative Philosophy 1 [1987]: 239-56) and ?Reason, Conflict, and Violence: John William Miller?s Conception of Philosophy (Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 25 [1989]: 175-90), and Corrington?s introduction to ?The Owl? (Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 24 [1988]: 395-98); also included are two copies of the Transactions 24(3)(1988) and one copy of Transactions 25(2)(1989); also included is correspondence between Colapietro and Professor Robert Elias (Williams College) of 1988.

Folder 3.
Miscellaneous (Publishing). 1978-1991.
Folder Contents: photocopies of reviews of Miller?s books, including those by Professor William H. Dray, Professor of Philosophy Joseph P. Fell (The American Scholar 53 [1983-84]: 123-30), Professor of Philosophy Stephen Tyman (History and Theory 23 [1984]: 132-40.). Mr. Theodore Friend (The Yale Review 73 (1984): 446-51), Professor of Philosophy Douglas R. Anderson (Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 27 [1991]: 527-33), and an anonymous review in Choice.