Series: Midwest Studies in Philosophy

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Studies in the philosophy of language by Peter A. French2
Studies in Ethical Theory by Peter A. French3
Studies in Metaphysics by Peter A. French4
Studies in Epistemology by Peter A. French5
The Foundations of Analytic Philosophy by Peter A. French6
Social and political philosophy by Peter A. French7
Contemporary Perspectives on the History of Philosophy by Peter A. French8
Causation and Causal Theories by Peter A. French9
Studies in the Philosophy of Mind by Peter A. French10
Studies in Essentialism by Peter A. French11
Realism and Antirealism by Peter A. French12
Ethical Theory : Character and Virtue by Peter A. French13
The Philosophy of the Human Sciences by Peter A. French15
Philosophy and the Arts by Peter A. French16
The Wittgenstein Legacy by Peter A. French17
Philosophy of Science by Peter A. French18
Philosophical Naturalism by Peter A. French19
Moral Concepts by Theodore E. Uehling20
Moral Concepts (Midwest Studies in Philosophy) by Peter A. French20
Philosophy of Religion by Peter A. French21
Philosophy of Emotions by Peter A. French22
New Directions in Philosophy by Peter A. French23
Life and Death: Metaphysics and Ethics by Peter A. French24
Figurative Language by Peter A. French25
Midwest Studies in Philosophy, Meaning In The Arts by Peter A. French27
The American Philosophers by Peter A. French28
Free Will and Moral Responsibility by Peter French29
Shared Intentions and Collective Responsibility by Peter A. French30
Philosophy and the Empirical by Howard Wettstein31
Truth and its Deformities by Peter A. French32
The Concept of Evil by Peter A. French36

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