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presidential address
1. Southwest Philosophy Review: Volume > 4 > Issue: 1
Donald Lee HOW EPISTEMOLOGY CAN BE A SYSTEM
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J. Renford Bambrough POWER, AUTHORITY, AND WISDOM
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Bill Martin THE ENLIGHTENMENT’S TALKING CURE: HABERMAS, LEGITIMATION CRISIS, AND THE RECENT POLITICAL LANDSCAPE
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Larry Hickman STATUS ARGUMENTS AND GENETIC RESEARCH WITH HUMAN EMBRYOS
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Michael D. Beaty THE PROBLEM OF EVIL: THE UNANSWERED QUESTIONS ARGUMENT
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David Larson QUINE’S INDETERMINACY THESIS
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J. K. Swindler THE FORMAL DISTINCTION
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Richard W. Eggerrnan WHY SHOULD WE CARE ABOUT THE GENERAL HAPPINESS?
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Hans Lenk AGAINST TECHNOCRATIC HUBRIS AND POSITIVISTIC IDEALISM: ANTI-NATURALISTIC AND ANTI-REALISTIC FALLACIES IN DESCRIBING MAN’S RELATIONSHIP TO NATURE (PART ONE)
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Andrew Ward MENTAL REPRESENTATIONS AND INTENTIONAL BEHAVIOR
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