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41. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 15
Michael P Slattery The Threefold Division of Analogy
42. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 15
M A MacConaill Body, Soul and Mind
43. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 15
Cahal B Daly Inter-War British Ethics 2: Critics of Intuitionism
44. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 15
John A Mourant Some Unresolved Issues In Berkeley’s Natural Theology
45. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 15
Patrick Gallagher Knowledge as Duality: Plato to Avicenna
46. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 15
Patrick Æ Hutchings S T Coleridge and the Desolation of Aesthetics
47. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 16
Neil Rossman On Rational Explanation in History
48. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 16
Harry La Plante God’s Existence: Gilson and Sillem
49. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 16
Leo J O’Donovan Methodology In Some Recent Studies of Analogy
50. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 16
James Daly Merleau-Ponty’s Concept of Phenomenology
51. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 16
Michael P Slattery Descriptions as Negations
52. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 16
Peter J Dwyer Thomistic First Principles and Wittgenstein’s Philosophy of Language
53. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 16
Larry Azar The Elusive One: Some Historical Explorations
54. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 16
John J. Ansbro Kierkegaard’s Gospel of Suffering
55. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 16
Gavin Ardley Philosophy of Science: Dualist or Integral?
56. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 16
M A MacConaill Accidental Change and Quadricausality
57. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 16
Patrick Æ Hutchings Works of Art and the Ontology of Analogy
58. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 16
J B O’Malley Morality as Style In Action: Towards an Existential View of Ethics
59. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 16
Giles Hibbert The Nature and Immortality of the Soul according to St Thomas
60. Philosophical Studies: Volume > 17 > Issue: 0
W Gregory Lycan Hartshorne and Findlay on ‘Necessity’ in the Ontological Argument