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weakness of will
41. The Harvard Review of Philosophy: Volume > 22
Agnes Callard The Weaker Reason
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phenomenology
42. The Harvard Review of Philosophy: Volume > 22
Jody Azzouni Conceiving and Imagining: Some Examples
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ethics
44. The Harvard Review of Philosophy: Volume > 21
Robert Merrihew Adams No-Fault Responsibility for Outcomes
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philosophy of mind
45. The Harvard Review of Philosophy: Volume > 21
Alexis Burgess What Is It Like To Be Asleep?
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aesthetics
46. The Harvard Review of Philosophy: Volume > 21
Garry L. Hagberg Wittgenstein, Music and the Philosophy of Culture
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Wittgenstein’s scattered remarks on music, when brought together and then related to his similarly scattered remarks on culture, show a deep and abiding concern with music as a repository and conveyer of meaning in human life. Yet the conception of meaning at work in these remarks is not of a kind that is amenable to brief or concise articulation. This paper explores that conception, considering in turn (a) the relational networks within which musical meaning emerges, (b) what he calls a discernible “kinship” between composers and styles, (c) the embodied character of musical content, (d) the close and too-little-appreciated intricate connections between our capacity to make sense in music and in language (and the frequent dependence of the former on the latter) and the interaction of the musical theme with spoken language, and (e) music as a culturally-embedded phenomenon that is, as he said of language, possible only in what he evocatively, if too briefly, called “the stream of life.”
philosophy of language
47. The Harvard Review of Philosophy: Volume > 21
Alexander George Quine’s Indeterminacy: A Paradox Resolved and a Problem Revealed
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epistemology
48. The Harvard Review of Philosophy: Volume > 21
Cora Diamond Between Realism and Rortianism: Conant, Rorty and the Disappearance of Options
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metaethics
49. The Harvard Review of Philosophy: Volume > 21
Ayoob Shahmoradi A Critique of Non-Descriptive Cognitivism
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modern european philosophy
50. The Harvard Review of Philosophy: Volume > 21
Lilian Alweiss Kant’s Not so “Logical” Subject
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