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Reflection (Optics) -- Juvenile literature.   3
Reflection (Optics) -- Mathematics. : Reflective optics / Dietrich Korsch.  1991 1
Reflection (Philosophy)   62
Reflection (Philosophy) -- Congresses. : Encouraging reflective practice in education : an analysis of issues and programs / Renee T. Clift, W. Robert Houston, Marleen C. Pugach, editors.  1990 1
Reflection (Philosophy) -- Drama.   2
Reflection (Philosophy) -- Early works to 1800. : The persian diary; or, reflection's oriental gift of daily counsel. By William Robson, of Castle Cary.  1800 1
Reflection (Philosophy) -- History.   2
Reflection (Philosophy) in literature.   6
Reflection (Philosophy) -- Periodicals. : Reflective practice [electronic resource] .  2000- 1
Reflection (Philosophy) -- Religious aspects -- Judaism.   2
Reflection (Philosophy) -- Study and teaching (Higher)   2
  Reflection process -- See Critical thinking   1
  Reflection seismic method. -- See Seismic reflection method.   1
  Reflection spectroscopy. -- See Reflectance spectroscopy.   1
  Reflection (Theory of knowledge) -- See Self-knowledge, Theory of   1
Reflections.   6
Group theory -- Reflections.   2
Oldmixon, (John), 1673-1742. : Remarks upon the Right Honourable the Lord Lansdowne's letter to the author of the Reflections historical and political,&c. as far as relates to Bishop Burnet.  1732 1
Reflections in literature.   2
Haq, Mahbub ul, 1934-1998. : Reflections on Human Development / Riley Quinn.  2017 1
Reflections on marriage and poetick discipline. : Animadversions on two late books : one called Remarques &c., to which is added notes on some humors and conversations of the countrey, the other called Reflections on marriage, and poetick discipline : in two letters to Sir T.L.  1673 1
Lillingston, Luke, 1653-1713. : Mr. Burchett's justification of his naval-memoirs. : In answer to Reflections made by Col. Lillingston, on that part which relates two Cape Fraņcois and Port de Paix. With some short observations on our West-India expeditions.  1704 1
Lillingston, Luke, 1653-1713. -- Early works to 1800. : Mr. Burchett's justification of his naval-memoirs. : In answer to Reflections made by Col. Lillingston, on that part which relates to Cape François and Port de Paix. With some short observations on our West-India expeditions.  1704 1
Collins, Anthony, 1676-1729. : A third defense of an argument made use of in a letter to Mr Dodwel : to prove the immateriality and natural immortality of the soul. In a letter to the author of the reflexions on Mr Clarke's Second defense, &c.  1708 1
Collins, Anthony, 1676-1729. : A third and fourth defense of an argument made use of in a letter to Mr Dodwel : to prove the immateriality and natural immortality of the soul. In a Letter to the Author of the Reflexions on Mr Clarke's Second Defense, &c.  1712 1
Smalbroke, Edmund, 1672-1748. : A second reply to Doctor Allix. : With two postscripts: the first to Mr. Chishull; the second to the author of the Reflections on Mr. Whiston's conduct, &c. By William Whiston, M.A.  1711 1
Tucker, Josiah, 1712-1799. : Some remarks on a late pamphlet, intituled, Reflections on the expediency of opening the trade to Turky.  1753 1
Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.   12
Buckler, Benjamin, 1718-1780. : A defence of the subscription to the XXXIX articles, as it is required in the University of Oxford: occasioned by a late pamphlet, entitled, Reflections on the impropriety and inexpediency of lay-subscription to the XXXIX articles, in the University of Oxford.  1772 1
Buckler, Benjamin, 1718-1780. : An answer to a pamphlet entitled Reflections on the impropriety and inexpediency of lay-subscription to the XXXIX articles : in the University of Oxford. Addressed to the Author.  1772 1
Tucker, Josiah, 1712-1799. : Thoughts upon a bill : lately offered to Parliament, for regulating the export and import of corn: with observations upon Dean Tucker's reflections, So far as they relate to this Subject. By a country gentleman.  1786 1
Sturges, John, 1736-1807. : Letters to a prebendary : being an answer to reflections on popery, by the Rev. J. Sturges, LL. D. Prebendary and Chancellor of Winchester, and Chaplain to his Majesty; with remarks on the Opposition of Hoadlyism to the Doctrines of the Church of England, and on various publications, occasioned by the late Civil and Ecclesiastical History of Winchester. By The Rev. John Milner, M. A. F. S. A.  1800 1
Simmons, W. (William), 1762-1830.   2
Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.   171
Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797. -- Criticism and interpretation -- Poetry. : Sonnets, and other poems : by the Reverend W. L. Bowles, A. M. Late Of Trinity-College, Oxford.  1796 1
Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797. -- Early works to 1800.   4
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714.   2
Christian, Edward. -- Early works to 1800. : Timothy Touchstone his reply to Mr. Christian's letter, / written in vindication of the great worth and innocence of the Earl of Danby.  1679 1
Wotton, William, 1666-1727. : A defense of the reflections upon ancient and modern learning, in answer to the objections of Sir W. Temple, and others. With observations upon the Tale of a tub. By William Wotton, B.D.  1705 1
Hotham, Richard, : A letter to Sir Richard Hotham : Knight, in answer to his Reflections upon East India shipping.  1773 1
Country gentleman. : An answer, to the appendix of a pamphlet, entitled Reflexions upon naturalization, corporations and companies, &c. Relating to the Levant trade and Turkey Company, as this subject is occasionally mentioned in Hanway's travels. By the author of those travels.  1753 1
Gother, John, -1704.   4
Norris, John, 1657-1711. : A just reprehension to John Norris of Newton St. Loe, for his unjust reflection on the Quakers in his book, entituled, Reflections upon the conduct of human life, &c : together with his false representation of their principle of the light, in his postscript, wherein he opposes it to his notion of the divine ... ideal world, as he terms it, his confusion and self-contradiction therein manifested, and the doctrine and principle of the Quakers thereby cleared from his abuse .. / by Richard Vickris..  1691 1
Norris, John, 1657-1711. -- Early works to 1800. : A just reprehension to John Norris of Newton St Loe, for his unjust reflection on the Quakers : in his book, entituled, Reflections upon the conduct of human life, &c. : Together with his false representation of their principle of the light, in his postscript, wherein he opposes it to his notion of the divine logos or ideal world, as he terms it. His confusion and self-contradiction therein manifested; and the doctrine and principle of the Quakers thereby cleared from his abuse; occasionally written by way of letter, with advice to him, and may serve for a better information of the Quaker principle, to whom the knowledge of his and this shall come. / By Richard Vickris.  1691 1
Norris, John, 1657-1711. : Reflections upon some passages in a book, entitled reflections upon the conduct of human life. With reference to the study of learning and knowledge. By Edmund Elys.  1690? 1
Stephens, Edward, -1706. : The Last years transactions vindicated from the aspersions cast upon them in a late pamphlet entituled, Reflections upon the occurrences of the last year, from Novemb. 5. 1688 to Novemb. 5. 1689, &c.  1690 1
Reflections upon the present posture of affairs.   2
Reflections upon the present state of affairs, at home and abroad. : A constituent's answer to the reflexions of a Member of Parliament upon the present state of affairs at home and abroad; Particularly with Regard to Subsidies and the Differences between Great Britain and France.  1755 1
Browne, John, : Some useful cautions to the publick, in a letter to His Grace &c. the Arch Bishop of Cashel.  1734 1
Beverley, Thomas.   2
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