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1. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
Gary Iseminger Foreknowledge and Necessity: Sumrna Theologiae Ia. 14, 13 ad 2
2. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
Haig Khatchadourian Toward a Critique of Idealism
3. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
David M. Rosenthal The Necessity of Foreknowledge
4. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
Douglas Lewis Spinoza on Extension
5. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
Alan Donagan Spinoza and Descartes on Extension
6. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
Edward Langerak Of Foreknowledge and Necessity
7. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
George I. Mavrodes Aristotelian Necessity and Freedom
8. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
Bernard H. Baumrin Autonomy in Rawls and Kant
9. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
Virginia Held On Rawls and Self Interest
10. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
Robert N. Beck A Critique of Idealism?
11. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
H.E. Mason On the Kantian Interpretation of Rawls' Theory
12. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
Burnham Terrell Franz Brentano's Logical Innovations
13. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
Rolf E. Sartorius Moral Theories and Moral Judgments
14. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
Milton Goldinger Mill's Attack on Moral Conservatism
15. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
Roderick M. Chisholm Brentano's Nonpropositional Theory of Judgment
16. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
Henry R. West Mill's Moral Conservatism
17. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
James Shekleton Rules and Lebensformen
18. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
Robert L. Perkins The Categories of Humor and Philosophy
19. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
Peter A. French Wittgenstein's Limits of the World
20. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 1
Warren Shibles Comments on "Wittgenstein's Limits of the World"