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The Southern Journal of Philosophy

The Rationalist Conception of Consciousness

Volume 21, Issue Supplement, 1982
Spindel Conference 1982

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1. The Southern Journal of Philosophy: Volume > 21 > Issue: Supplement
Hoke Robinson Editor’s Introduction
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Willis Doney Rationalism
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Daniel Garber Understanding Interaction: What Descartes Should Have Told Elisabeth
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Roger Ariew Response: Mind-Body Interaction in Cartesian Philosophy: A Reply to Garber
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Mark Kulstad Consciousness and Reflection in Leibniz
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Nicholas Jolley Response: Mark Kulstad: Leibniz on Consciousness and Reflection: The Early Years and the Late Years
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Robert Sleigh Expression, Perception and Harmony in the Discourse
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Lesley Cohen Response: On Perception and Simplicity: Did Leibniz Have Descartes’ Simple Substance in Mind?
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Jeffrey Tlumak Judgment and Understanding in Descartes’ Philosophy
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Peter Markie Response: Descartes’ Theory of Judgment
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