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41. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 16
Robert L. Arrington The Logic of Our Language
42. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 16
Donald H. Weiss Philosophical Logic and Psychological Satisfaction
43. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 16
Peter M. Burkholder Petitio in the Strife of Systems
44. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 17
Shannon Dubose Sophistic Measures
45. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 17
James Wayne Dye Eros and Knowledge
46. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 17
James K. Feibleman Absent Objects
47. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 17
Max Hocutt The Difference Between the Psychology and the Epistemology of Perception
48. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 17
Donald S. Lee Inferential Meaning in Philosophic Questions
49. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 17
Harold N. Lee Conceptual Models in Knowledge
50. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 17
Sandra B. Rosenthal The Analytic, the Synthetic, and C. I. Lewis
51. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 17
Peter M. Burkholder Knowing in the Strong Sense
52. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 18
Sidney A. Gross The Scepticism of George Santayana
53. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 18
Iredell Jenkins The Case for Moral Cognitivism
54. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 18
J. F. Kern The Reality Game
55. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 18
Harold N. Lee Two Views of the Nature of Knowledge
56. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 18
Marian L. Pauson C. G. Jung and the A Priori
57. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 18
John C. Sallis Nietzsche and the Problem of Knowledge
58. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 18
Ramona Cormier History, The Sciences, and Uniqueness
59. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 18
Donald H. Weiss The Epistemological Views of a “Social Behaviorist”
60. Tulane Studies in Philosophy: Volume: 18
James K. Feibleman Knowledge, Adaptive Responses, and The Ecosystem