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Proceedings of the XIth International Congress of Philosophy

Volume 12, 1953
History of Philosophy: Methodology - Antiquity and Middle Ages

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théorie de l’histoire de la philosophie
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Victor Goldschmidt Temps historique et temps logique dans l’interprétation des systemes philosophiques
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Ladislas Tatarkiewicz Vouloir et pouvoir en histoire de la philosophie
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Juan Adolfo Vázquez L a historia de la filosofia y la metafisica
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histoire de la philosophie ancienne
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Pierre Hadot Epistrophè et metanoia dans l’histoire de la philosophie
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Siegfried Lauffer Der Antike Fortschrittsgedanke
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Allen Workman La terminologie sculpturale dans la philosophie présocratique
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Kiyoshi Yoshioka An Interpretation of Anaximander
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A. N. Zoumpos Die metaphysische Bedeutung des Wortes „ᾌδης" bei Herakleitos
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Philip Merlan Ambiguity in Heraclitus
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Cornelia J. De Vogel Platon a-t-il ou n’a-t-il pas introduit le mouvement dans son monde intelligible
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