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Volume 1
Ancient Natural Philosophy

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John Powell Wittgenstein’s Accomplishment Is Most Importantly About Method
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Fred Mosedale On Words
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Rupert Read Wittgenstein and Marx on ‘Philosophical Language’
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Jeff Johnson Knowing and Saying We Know
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Barry Stocker Wittgenstein’s Paradox of Ordinary Language
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Kathy Emmett Bohstedt Convention and Necessity
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David B. Boersema Wittgenstein on Names
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H. Eugene Cline Achieving Our Country
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Paul C. L. Tang Review of Popper’s ‘Open Society’ After 50 Years, ed. Ian Jarvie & Sandra Pralong
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Gary Mar Review of Logic, Logic and Logic, by George Boolos
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Simon Trepanier The Structure of Empedocles’ Fragment 17
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Fragment 17 of Empedocles has long been recognized as the most important in the corpus. In 1998, the significance of this 35-line fragment was further increased by the publication of the Strasbourg papyrus, containing roughly 74 lines of Empedocles.
book reviews
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David Guetter Review of The Legacy of Parmenides, by Patricia Curd
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David Boersema Review of The Philosophy of Biology, ed. David L. Hull and Michael Ruse and Sex and Death: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Biology, by Kim Sterelny and Paul E. Griffiths
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