Item 2 - Certificate of attendance for Alice Ambrose signed by A. B. Dale

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Certificate of attendance for Alice Ambrose signed by A. B. Dale


  • 7 Dec. 1933 (Creation)

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On headed notepaper for Newnham College, Cambridge. Typed, with autograph signature. Certifies that Ambrose has been a student of Newnham and a 'recognised research student of the University of Cambridge' since October 1932.

In 1932-1933 the courses she attended were 'Metaphysics' with Moore, 'Philosophy', and 'Philosophy for Mathematicians' with Wittgenstein, and 'Advanced Logic' with Braithwaite. This year she is continuing the first two of these, as well as attending courses on 'Types of Deductive Logic' with Braithwaite and 'Theory of Functions of a Real Variable' with Ingham. Professor Moore is the supervisor of Ambrose's research work.

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