|BD999.B2||The argument to design in British religious thought : an investigation of the status and cogency of post-Humean forms of telelogical argumentation with reference principally to Hume and Paley /||1|
|BD999.B83||Rigidity, essence and identity /||1|
|BD999.B87||Fleshing out economic man : the "utilitarian dilemma" in historical perspective /||1|
|BD999.C28||Finitude and the naming of God : a study of onto-theology and the apophatic traditions /||1|
|BD999.F53||Truth, method, and measurement : the hermeneutic of instrumentation and the Rasch model /||1|
|BD999.H66||The notion of power in Christian social ethics : toward a comprehensive approach /||1|
|BD999 Abrams||Probabilistic foundations of teleology and content /||1|
|BD999 Arrowood||The place of reflective thinking in the development and maintenance of moral values.||1|
|BD999 Bates||Variations of error in late enlightenment France /||1|
|BD999 Bendik-Keymer||Conscience and humanity /||1|
|BD999 Boos||Metalogical doubt /||1|
|BD999 Bradley||The representation of beliefs and desires within decision theory /||1|
|BD999 Buchanan||Jonathan Bennett on language and belief /||1|
|BD999 Buckley||Motion and motion's God.||1|
|BD999 Buckner||An essay on human action /||1|
|BD999 Burkes||A comparative analysis of the problem of death in Qoheleth and late period Egyptian biographies /||1|
|BD999 Carloye||Bradley and Dewey : on objective knowledge.||1|
|BD999 Castle||Contra isotropy : a study of methodology in cognitive science /||1|
|BD999 Claiborne||Metaphysics and a theory of relations.||1|
|BD999 Cobb||A criticism of Wieman's theory of value and definition of God.||1|
|BD999 Daly||God, creation, and nature /||1|
|BD999 Diesing||An action program for the Fox Indians.||1|
|BD999 Duhrssen||Genesis and structure of a intersubjective world.||1|
|BD999 Dunham||Whitehead's philosophy of time.||1|
|BD999 Ebersole||Biology and the theory of knowledge : an analytical method for the theory of knowledge, and its relation to biological laws.||1|
A pragmatic theory of the a priori as applied to the religious problem of value ...
A pragmatic theory of the a priori as applied to the religious problem of value.
|BD999 Foster||Intuitive conceptualization and the relativity of space, time, and motion.||1|
|BD999 Gerhart||The question of "belief" in recent criticism: a reexamination from perspective of Paul Ricoeur's hermeneutical theory.||1|
|BD999 Glennan||Mechanisms, models and causation /||1|
|BD999 Hall||The poetic imperative : Paul Ricoeur, philosophical anthropology, and theological ethics /||1|
|BD999 Hancock||The ontological argument in Descartes and Kant.||1|
|BD999 Haydon||Some aspects of the problem of time.||1|
|BD999 Hill||Perceptual episodes /||1|
|BD999 Inada||The concept of substance in Alfred N. Whitehead and George H. Mead.||1|
|BD999 Jeffrey||On the explication of causal conditions.||1|
|BD999 Jeshion||By reason alone : inquiries into knowledge and intellection /||1|
|BD999 Jones||Dispositions and persons in the ontologies of Vasubandhu and Richard Swinburne /||1|
|BD999 Kamtekar||Friendship in Plato's politics /||1|
|BD999 Katunin||A Comparison of methods in science and philosophy.||1|
Two neglected aspects of the truth situation.
Two neglected aspects of the truth situation ...
The logical and epistemological implicantions of the theory of perspectives .
The identities of instrumentalism and realism from the standpoint of Dewey and Laird.
|BD999 Lamm||The relation of concept and demonstration in the ontological argument/||1|
|BD999 Lehe||Knowledge and the problem of the criterion /||1|
|BD999 Leplin||The concept of an ad hoc hypothesis.||1|
|BD999 Li||Power and goodness : Leibniz, Locke and modern philosophy /||1|
|BD999 Look||Leibniz and the vinculum substantiale /||1|
|BD999 Lynch||Perspectives in relation to activity as substance.||1|
|BD999 Machamer||Points about observation in science.||1|
|BD999 McCann||Basic actions, trying, and overt movements.||1|
|BD999 McDowell||A definition of "problem".||1|
|BD999 McGill||Context effects in judgments of causation /||1|
|BD999 McMyler||Trusting others for the truth : an essay on the epistemology of testimony /||1|
|BD999 Michod||The concept of change in the development of philosophy.||1|
|BD999 Millman||Foundations for a rationale of scientific development.||1|
|BD999 Nelson||Some comments on the identity conditions for material objects.||1|
|BD999 Norris||A behavioristic derivation of the categories.||1|
|BD999 OBrien||The role of judgment in Lonergan's Insight.||1|
A logical analysis of fictionalism with respect to the theory of truth.
Logical analysis of fictionalism with respect to the theory of truth ...
|BD999 Peltz||Ontological principles in discussions of literary criticism.||1|
|BD999 Peters||Method and truth: an inquiry into the Philosophical hermeneutics of Hans-Georg Gadamer, and the theology of history of Wolfhart Pannenberg.||1|