Item is the forth issue of The Dalhousian, a short-run student newspaper published to support the campaign for a new students' building. The issue contains a photograph and article featuring D. MacGillivray, the manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, elected campaign treasurer by the student body.
Fonds contains records created by James Doull in the course of his thinking, writing and teaching about the culture of ancient Rome, ancient, medieval and modern philosophy, and twentieth-century politics. The majority of the records are notes and manuscripts, handwritten in blank examination answer books. There is also a lesser number of both typed and printed manuscripts.
Series contains notes and manuscripts on Plato's Parmenides, about which James Doull published several essays, one of which first appeared in Animus 4 (1999) and again, along with part 2, posthumously in Philosophy and Freedom: The Legacy of James Doull, ed. David G. Peddle and Neil G. Robertson (University of Toronto Press, 2003), 83-139. Many of these notes and drafts are written in Memorial University of Newfoundland examination answer books.
File contains three handwritten manuscripts titled "After Parm. cont."; "The Negative hypothesis: first negative hypothesis"; "After Par. : conclusion"; and "Consequences of neg. hyp & beginning of After Parm." There is also a printed manuscript titled "The Hypothesis of Plato's Parmenides."
File contains six printed manuscript drafts for "Neoplatonism and the Older Modern Philosophy," in The Perennial Tradition of Neoplatonism (Leuven, Belgium: 1997), three of which are titled "Neoplatonism and the Origin of the Cartesian Subject."