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Philosophical Dictionary: Gadamer-Geulincx
Aug 8, 2002 ... Recommended Reading: Hans-Georg Gadamer, Praise of Theory: Speeches ... 2002) {at Amazon.com}; The Cambridge Companion to Gadamer , ed. by ...
Aug 9, 2006 ... The Cambridge Companion to Hegel , ed. by Frederick C. Beiser (Cambridge, 1993) {Order from Amazon.com}; Walter Kaufmann, (Notre Dame, ...
Aug 9, 2006 ... The Cambridge Companion to Marx , ed. by Terrell Carver (Cambridge, 1992) {Order from Amazon.com}; Terry Eagleton, Marx (Routledge, ...
Philosophical Dictionary: Erasmus-Extrinsic
Aug 8, 2002 ... The net return it is reasonable to anticipate as the result of an action or investment. Expected value may be calculated as the sum of the ...
Philosophical Dictionary: O proposition-Ousia
Aug 9, 2002 ... The truth of objective claims is presumed to be entirely independent of the merely personal concerns reflected in subjective expressions, ...
Philosophical Dictionary: O proposition-Ousia
Aug 9, 2002 ... Nevertheless, because objective truth is supposed to carry undeniable .... The attempt to provide a non-linguistic definition of a term by ...
Philosophy Timeline
Oct 27, 2001 ... A chronological listing of figures in the history of Western philosophy, linked to additional information on each.
Philosophy Study Guide
Oct 19, 2006 ... most philosophical texts vary in density from page to page. ..... over them at the beginning of each unit; use them to guide your reading of ...
Philosophical Dictionary: Caird-Catharsis
Aug 8, 2002 ... "Camestres". Name given by medieval logicians to any categorical syllogism whose standard form may be designated as AEE-2. ...
The Renaissance
Oct 27, 2001 ... Idols of the Theatre, which arise from academic philosophy itself, produces an inclination to build and defend elaborate systems of thought ...
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