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21. Southwest Philosophy Review: Volume > 19 > Issue: 2
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22. Southwest Philosophy Review: Volume > 19 > Issue: 1
Deborah Hansen Soles ANTI-CARTESIAN EPISTEMOLOGY: DAVIDSON’S NATURALISM
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Thomas Peard WORLD HUNGER AND THE MORAL REQUIREMENTS OF SELF-SACRIFICE
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Eric Reitan PURSUING THE BELOVED COMMUNITY: THE INCOMMENSURABILITY OF VIOLENCE AND JUSTICE IN THE THOUGHT OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
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Doran A. Recker IMAGES AND IMAGINATION IN DESCARTES’SCIENCE
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Kenneth F. Rogerson WAS EVERYTHING BEAUTIFUL FOR KANT?
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James Page ARE NUMBERS UNIVERSALS AND SETS THEIR INSTANCES?
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David Taylor THE MEREOLOGICAL THEORY OF TIME
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David Hildebrand THE NEOPRAGMATIST TURN
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David Beisecker INTERPRETATION AND FIRST-PERSON AUTHORITY: DAVIDSON ON SELF-KNOWLEDGE
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Paul R. Gyllenhammer THE PASSIVITY OF OPTIMALIZING PRACTICES: A DEVELOPMENT OF HUSSERL’S TRANSCENDENTAL AESTHETICS
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Dawn Jakubowski SOCIAL JUSTICE AND THE ETHICS OF RECOGNITION
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Heimir Geirsson MORAL TWIN EARTH: THE INTUITIVE ARGUMENT
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Teresa Robertson (IN THE FICTION/MYTH) THE NUMBER SEVENTEEN CROSSES THE RUBICON
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Rex Martin THE JUST WAR THEORY OF WALZER AND RAWLS
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David Reidy RAWLS’S CONCEPTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS: A BRIEF DEFENSE
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Thomas Tuozzo WHY ARE THERE TWO DEFINITIONS OF SHAPE IN PLATO’S MENO
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Robert S. Colter LOGOS AND JUSTIFICATION IN PLATO’S THEAETETUS
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Erin M. Cline AUTONOMY OR APPROPRIATENESS?: CONTRASTING SELVES IN THE DEMOCRACRY OF THE DEAD
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Christopher Robertson SLOTE ON ORDINARY MORAL THOUGHT AND THEORIZATION
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