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21. Southwest Philosophy Review: Volume > 18 > Issue: 2
James Cain IS THE EXISTENCE OF HEAVEN COMPATIBLE WITH THE EXISTENCE OF HELL?
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Robert Card INTENTIONS, THE NATURE OF FANTASIZING AND NAUGHTY FANTASIES
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23. Southwest Philosophy Review: Volume > 18 > Issue: 2
Rebecca Benson PLATO’S SOCRATES AS EDUCATOR
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Richard W. Field A NEW STOICISM
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C. Anthony Earls THE EVOLUTION OF JOHN DEWEY’S CONCEPTION OF PHILOSOPHY AND HIS NOTION OF TRUTH
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Scott D. Gelfand MORALS FROM MOTIVES
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BOOKS RECEIVED
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28. Southwest Philosophy Review: Volume > 18 > Issue: 1
EDWARD LAWRY IN PRAISE OF MORAL SAINTS
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29. Southwest Philosophy Review: Volume > 18 > Issue: 1
S. K. Wertz TERMS IN MILINDAÑPA-HA: A TAOIST EXPLANATORY NOTE
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Tim Black RELEVANT ALTERNATIVES AND THE SHIFTING STANDARDS OF KNOWLEDGE
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William S. Larkin CONTENT SCEPTICISM
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Monte Cook GETTING CLEAR ON THE TWO-ENVELOPE PARADOX
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Christopher Pynes VALIDITY, SCHEMA, AND A MODUS TOLLENS PARADOX
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Michael F. Patton, Jr. PERSONAL IDENTITY, AUTONOMY AND ADVANCE DIRECTIVES
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Don Marquis DOES METAPHYSICS HAVE IMPLICATIONS FOR THE MORALITY OF ABORTION?
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Teresa Robertson ARE MODAL CONTEXTS OPAQUE?
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Richard Cole KNOWLEDGEABLE BELIEF
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Stephen Ellis WHAT ECONOMISTS (AND EVERYONE ELSE) SHOULD THINK ABOUT UTILITY THEORY
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Kenneth F. Rogerson ON THE MORALITY OF EATING ANIMALS
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Lawrence Pasternack INTRINSlC VALUE AND OVERRIDINGNESS IN KANT’S GROUNDWORK
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