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Aesthetics (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Harold Osborne
Applied Ethics by Peter Singer
Bioethics (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by John Harris
Causation by Ernest Sosa
Causation and Conditionals by Ernest Sosa
The Concept of Evidence (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Peter Achinstein
The Concept of God by Thomas V. Morris
Conditionals by Frank Jackson
Consequentialism and Its Critics by Samuel Scheffler
Demonstratives (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Palle Yourgrau
Descartes (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by John Cottingham
Divine Commands and Morality (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Paul Helm
Environmental Ethics (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Robert Elliot
Ethical Theory 1: The Question of Objectivity (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by James Rachels
Ethical Theory 2: Theories About How We Should Live (Oxford Readings in Philosophy Series) by James Rachels
Explanation (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by David-Hillel Ruben
Free Will (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Gary Watson
Hegel (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Michael Inwood
Kant on Pure Reason (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Ralph C.S. Walker
Knowledge and Belief by A. Phillips Griffiths
Leibniz: Metaphysics and Philosophy of Science (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Roger Woolhouse
Locke (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Vere Chappell
Locke on Human Understanding (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by I. C. Tipton
Meaning and Reference by A. W. Moore
Nietzsche (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by John Richardson
Perceptual Knowledge (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Jonathan Dancy
PHILOSOPHY AND ECONOMIC THEORY by Frank Hahn
The Philosophy of Action (Oxford Readings in Philosophy Srs) by Alan R. White
The Philosophy of Action (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Alfred R. Mele
The Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Maggie Boden
The Philosophy of Artificial Life (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Maggie Boden
The Philosophy of Biology (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by David L. Hull
The Philosophy of History by Patrick Gardiner
The Philosophy of Language by John R. Searle
The Philosophy of Law (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Ronald Dworkin
The Philosophy of Linguistics (Readings in Philosophy) by Jerrold J. Katz
The Philosophy of Mathematics (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by W. D. Hart
Philosophy of Mathematics (Readings in Philosophy) by Jaakko Hintikka
The Philosophy of Perception by G. J. Warnock
The philosophy of religion by Basil Mitchell
The Philosophy of Science (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by David Papineau
Philosophy of Science (Readings in Philosophy) by P.H. Nidditch
The Philosophy of Social Explanation by Alan Ryan
The Philosophy of Time (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Robin Le Poidevin
Plato (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Gail Fine
Plato 1: Metaphysics and Epistemology (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Gail Fine
Plato 2: Ethics, Politics, Religion, and the Soul (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Gail Fine
Political Philosophy by Anthony Quinton
Practical Reasoning by Joseph Raz
A Priori Knowledge (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Paul K. Moser
The Problem of Evil (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Marilyn McCord Adams
Properties (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by D. H. Mellor
Propositions and Attitudes (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Nathan U. Salmon
Race and Racism (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Bernard Boxill
Reference and Modality by Leonard Linsky
Scientific Revolutions (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Ian Hacking
Self-Knowledge (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Quassim Cassam
Theories of Ethics by Philippa Foot
Theories of Rights (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Jeremy Waldron
The theory of meaning by G. H. R. Parkinson
Truth (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Simon Blackburn
Virtue Ethics (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) by Roger Crisp

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