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1. NTU Philosophical Review: Year > 1998 > Issue: 21
劉福增 Fu-tseng Liu
〈是子〉書中的引言與喻言(上)
The Diectives and Metaphors in Lao Tzu

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2. NTU Philosophical Review: Year > 1998 > Issue: 21
張瑞頁 Jui-liang Chang
玉粥美學思想之研究 -- 以「得意忘言論」為中心 --
A study on the Aesthetics of Wang Pi -- The Viewpoint of “Der Yih Wan Yan" --

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3. NTU Philosophical Review: Year > 1998 > Issue: 21
傅佩榮 Pei-jung Fu
解析孔子的教育藍圖
Explicating Confucius' Education Program

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4. NTU Philosophical Review: Year > 1998 > Issue: 21
Tran Van Doan 陳艾團
Asian Marxism or The Dialectic of Violence
亞洲馬克思主義一一暴力辯證法

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5. NTU Philosophical Review: Year > 1998 > Issue: 21
關永中 Wing- chung KWAN
從形上學講授進路談歷史還原、與超驗法
Historical Reduction and Transcendental Method----An Approach to the Course on Metaphysics

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6. NTU Philosophical Review: Year > 1998 > Issue: 21
Wing-wah Chan 陳榮華
Is the Mind in Mencius' Philosophy Self-sufficient for Moral Cultivation?
孟子哲學的心概念在這德實踐中是否自足?

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7. NTU Philosophical Review: Year > 1998 > Issue: 21
林火旺 Huo- wang Lin
族萃差異與社會正義
Group Differences and Social Justice

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8. NTU Philosophical Review: Year > 1998 > Issue: 21
張旺山 Wahng- shan Chang
韋伯的科學觀
Max Weber's View of Science

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9. NTU Philosophical Review: Year > 1998 > Issue: 21
Tim Lane 藍亭
Quiet Qualia, Unsensed Sensa
無感覺的感知

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In C. I. Lewis's epistemology, qualia are taken to be directly intuited and inherently recognizable. He distinguishes sharply between qualia and that which C. D. Broad and Bertrand Russell refer to as “sensa" or “sense-data." Where Broad and Russell appear to allow for the possibility of unsensed, incompletely sensed, or inaccurately sensed sensa, Lewis regards qualia as given--to be is to be sensed and certain. Lewis finds the Broad-Russell view to be incredible and says of sensa so construed that they are “neither fish, flesh, nor good red herring."I argue that the Broad-Russell view is at least as plausible as Lewis's and, indeed, that to adequately describe and explain mental phenomena, it may be necessary to distinguish the phenomenal aspect of consciousness (sensa or qualia) from the accessing function of consciousness. In arguing the pIausibilityof this distinction, I draw upon work from both cognitive science and phenomenology. I also argue that, in principIe, experimental evidence could be adduced to decide the issue between the Broad-Russell and the Lewis views. In a concluding section I suggest implications of the view developed here for Lewis's epistemology.
10. NTU Philosophical Review: Year > 1998 > Issue: 21
吳瑞援 Ruey-yuan Wu
無意識的意向性:評廷、爾闖進原則
Unconscious Intentionality: Evaluating Searle's Connection Principle

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