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161. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 28
Michael Gorr Omissions
162. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 28
O. H. Green Refraining and Responsibility
163. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 28
Joshua Halberstam Trying and Responsibility
164. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 28
Carolyn R. Morillo Comments on Gorr and Green
165. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 28
Mary Bittner Wiseman Action Consistency
166. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 28
Arthur C. Danto Causality, Representations, and the Explanation of Actions
167. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 28
Irving Thalberg Socialization and Autonomous Behavior
168. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 28
John J. Compton “Human Science, Human Action, and Human Nature”
169. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 29
Bernard P. Dauenhauer One Central Link Between Merleau-Ponty’s Philosophy of Language and His Political Thought
170. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 29
John D. Glenn, Jr. Merleau-Ponty’s Existential Dialectic
171. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 29
Larry W. Miller Time and Apprehension: Making Sense of Kant
172. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 29
Louise Nisbet Roberts The Role of Analogues In Ballard’s Aesthetics
173. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 29
Stephen Skousgaard Revisiting Fundamental Ontology: Ricoeur vs. Heidegger
174. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 29
Michael E. Zimmerman Socratic Ignorance and Authenticity
175. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 29
Harold Alderman Crossing Over
176. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 29
Daniel E. Anderson Descartes and Atheism
177. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 29
Charles P. Bigger Importance
178. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 3
Richard L. Barber Two Logics of Modality
179. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 3
James K. Feibleman Kant and Metaphysics
180. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 3
Carl H. Hamburg Kant, Cassirer and the Concept of Space