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1. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 35
Donald S. Lee Introduction
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2. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 35
Russell B. Goodman Freedom in the Philosophy of Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Paul F. Schmidt Freedom and Wildness in Thoreau’s “Walking”
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John Lachs Free from the Problem of Freedom
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Robert Burch The Conception of Freedom in Royce’s Early Idealism
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Robert S. Corrington Royce on Freedom: Reply to Robert Burch
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Edward Petry, Jr. James, Peirce, Dewey and the Supernatural Origin of Ideals
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Harold A. Durfee Freedom and Cognition in Recent American Philosophy
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John E. Smith Two Defenses of Freedom: Peirce and James
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Sandra B. Rosenthal The Defense of Freedom in Peirce and James: Some Comments
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Albert William Levi The Idea of Freedom in James and Santayana
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Angelo Juffras Levi on Moral and Aesthetic Freedom
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Forrest Wood, Jr., Michael Dearmey Hartshorne’s Neoclassical Theology
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Andrew J. Reck Hartshorne’s Place in the History of Philosophy
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Robert C. Whittemore Hartshorne’s Place in American Philosophy
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Bowman L. Clarke Hartshorne on God and Physical Prehensions
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Lewis S. Ford God as a Temporally-Ordered Society: Some Objections
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John D. Glenn Jr. Hartshornean Panentheism and Kierkegaardian Paradox
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Charles Hartshorne Metaphysics and Dual Transcendence
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Eric Mack Introduction
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