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161. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1981–1990
List of Illustrations
162. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1981–1990
Richard T. Hull Acknowledgments
163. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1981–1990
Birthplaces of Presidents
164. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1981–1990
Donald Davidson Knowing One’s Own Mind
165. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1981–1990
Ernan McMullin The Goals of Natural Science
166. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1981–1990
Joel Feinberg Sentiment and Sentimentality in Practical Ethics
167. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1931–1940
Portrait: Charles Bruce Vibbert
168. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1931–1940
M. T. McClure The Greek Conception of Nature
169. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1931–1940
Portrait: John Dashiell Stoops
170. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1931–1940
Charles W. Morris Peirce, Mead, and Pragmatism
171. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1931–1940
Richard T. Hull Biography: Thomas Vernor Smith
172. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1931–1940
Edward Gleason Spaulding Freedom, Necessity, and Mind
173. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1931–1940
Charles Bruce Vibbert The Perception of Movement in the Philosophies of Descartes and Bergson
174. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1931–1940
Richard T. Hull Biography: David Wight Prall
175. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1931–1940
Richard T. Hull Biography: Warner H. Fite
176. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1931–1940
T. V. Smith “The Tragic Realm of Truth”
177. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1931–1940
Portrait: Edward Gleason Spaulding
178. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1931–1940
C. I. Lewis Experience and Meaning
179. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1931–1940
Richard T. Hull Biography: Charles Bruce Vibbert
180. The American Philosophical Association Centennial Series: Presidential Addresses of The American Philosophical Association 1931–1940
Chronology of The American Philosophical Association