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1. Southwest Philosophy Review: Volume > 16 > Issue: 2
Ellen Wagner SUPERVENIENCE AND THE THESIS THAT THE SOUL IS A HARMONIA
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Fernando Muniz PLATO: PLEASURE AND THE DEFICIENCY OF THE SENSIBLE WORLD
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William Sacksteder CAUSALITY: SCIENTIFIC AND PRUDENTIAL
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James P. Danaher IS THERE A PLACE FOR BERKELEY’S IDEAS?
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Xiaomei Yang THE PROBLEM OF OVERDETERMINATION: THE METAPHYSICAL AND EPISTEMOLOGICAL CRITERIA OF MORAL WORTH OF RIGHT ACTION
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Mark Tanzer HEIDEGGER ON HUMANISM AND ACTION
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Thomas P. Hohler ELEMENTS OF JUSTICE IN RICOEUR’S “LITTLE ETHICS”
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John C. Wingard, Jr. IS PROPER FUNCTION NECESSARY FOR EPISTEMIC WARRANT?
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David Beisecker THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY: PHENOMENAL CONSCIOUSNESS AND ITS ATTRIBUTES
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Frances E. Gill MORAL REASON AND SYMPATHY
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