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121. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 24
Bertrand P. Helm William James on the Nature of Time
122. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 24
Patrick S. Madigan Space in Leibniz and Whitehead
123. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 24
Andrew J. Reck Process Philosophy, a Categorial Analysis
124. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 24
Ramona Cormier Process and the Escape from Nihilism
125. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 24
Charles R. Schmidtke A Crossroads for Process Philosophy
126. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 24
James Leroy Smith On Whitehead, Marx, and the Nature of Political Philosophy
127. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 24
Robert C. Whittemore The Process Philosophy of Sir Muhammad Iqbal
128. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 24
R. Kirby Godsey Relation and Substance in Whitehead’s Metaphysics
129. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 24
Donald Hanks Process as a Categorical Concept
130. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 25
Sir Malcolm Knox Freedom
131. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 25
Larry W. Miller Mathematics: Discovery Or Invention — Or Making Explicit
132. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 25
Andrew J. Reck Feibleman’s Social Philosophy
133. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 25
Seymour Reiter Feibleman as a Man of Culture
134. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 25
Louise N. Roberts Internal Relations and the Work of Art
135. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 25
Guy W. Stroh The Concepts of Mind and Spirit in the Philosophy of James K. Feibleman
136. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 25
Robert C. Whittemore Feibleman, Whitehead, and the Future of Realism
137. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 25
Richard L. Barber Feibleman, Toynbee and The Future of Freedom
138. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 25
Huntington Cairns The Uniqueness of Feibleman’s Philosophy
139. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 25
Stanley C. Feldman Feibleman’s Theory of Justice
140. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 26
Chapter II. The Positive Function of Atheism