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1. Southwest Philosophy Review: Volume > 35 > Issue: 2
Marco J. Nathan Remarks on Emergence and Dynamic Interactions
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Lisa M. Madura Government of the People, By the People, For the Best: A Challenge to the Possibility of Nietzschean Democracy
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Sarah Tyson Response to “Historic Injustice, Collective Agency, and Compensatory Duties”
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J.P. Andrew Why Semi-Compatibilists Should Be Metaphysical Compatibilists: A Response to James Cain’s “Free Will, Resiliency, and Flip-flopping”
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Matthew Pike Some Thoughts on Counterfeit Quantum Indeterminacy in Competing Neural Processes
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Todd M. Stewart Comments on Green’s “Metacognition as an Epistemic Virtue”
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E.M. Dadlez Comment on Kenneth Brewer’s “Fashion and the Judgment of Taste”
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Moti Gorin Collective Action Problems, Causal Impotence, and Virtue
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Fiacha D. Heneghan Noumenal Ignorance Revisited: A Reply to Stuart Rosenbaum
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G. M. Trujillo, Jr. Sincere Exchanges, Not Fabricated Neutrality: A Response to Mark Piper
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Mark Silcox Comments on “Authority, Particularity and the Districting Solution” by Chris King
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Emily McGill Commentary on Alyssa Lowery’s “Investigating Integrity in Public Reason Liberalism”
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James Mock On Campana’s “The Coherence of Emerson’s Epistemology”
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Yong Dou (Michael) Kim Comments on “Subversive Joy: Nietzsche’s Practice of Life-Enhancing Cheerfulness”
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Liz Goodnick Comments on Toby Eugene Bollig’s “Desire Satisfactionism and Not-So-Satisfying Deserts: The Problem of Hell”
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Paul Carron Confirmation Bias and the (Un)reliability of Enculturated Religious Beliefs: Comments on “The Atheological Argument from Geography”
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Michela Betta The Body Commons and the Genetic Patent: On the Relevance of John Locke’s Ideas
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Andrew Kissel On Libertarianism as an Explanatory Hypothesis
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presidential plenary session: kant’s aesthetics
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Kenneth F. Rogerson An Overview of Kant’s Aesthetics
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Emine Hande Tuna Self-Standing Beauty: Tracing Kant’s Views on Purpose-Based Beauty
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