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Analysis and Metaphysics: Essays in Honor of R. M. Chisholm (Philosophical Studies Series) by Keith Lehrer
Applied ethics in a troubled world by Edgar Morscher
The Emotions : A Philosophical Theory (Philosophical Studies Series) by O.H Green
Empirical Justification (Philosophical Studies Series) by Paul K. Moser
The Epistemology of Keith Lehrer (Philosophical Studies Series) by Erik J. Olsson
The Existence Principle (Philosophical Studies Series) by Quentin Gibson
The Eye and the Mind: Reflections on Perception and the Problem of Knowledge (Philosophical Studies Series) by C. Landesman
Frege: Sense and Reference One Hundred Years Later (Philosophical Studies Series) by J. I. Biro
From Cause to Causation: A Peircean Perspective (Philosophical Studies Series) by M. Hulswit
God and Skepticism: A Study in Skepticism and Fideism (Philosophical Studies Series) by T. Penelhum
God, free will, and morality : prolegomena to a theory of practical reasoning by Robert J. Richman
Haecceity:: An Ontological Essay (Philosophical Studies Series) by G.S. Rosenkrantz
Historical Foundations of Cognitive Science (Philosophical Studies Series) by John-Christian Smith
How Ficta Follow Fiction: A Syncretistic Account of Fictional Entities (Philosophical Studies Series) by Alberto Voltolini
How to Think about Meaning (Philosophical Studies Series) by Paul Saka
Hume and the Problem of Miracles: A Solution (Philosophical Studies Series) by M.P. Levine
In the interests of others : an essay in moral philosophy by Phillip Montague
John Stuart Mill and the Ethic of Human Growth (Philosophical Studies Series) by D.A. Habibi
Justification and Knowledge, New Studies in Epistemology (Philosophical Studies Series)
Knowing Art: Essays in Aesthetics and Epistemology (Philosophical Studies Series) by Matthew Kieran
Knowledge and Reality: Essays in Honor of Alvin Plantinga (Philosophical Studies Series) by Thomas M. Crisp
Knowledge, Perception and Memory (Philosophical Studies Series) by Carl Ginet
The Likelihood of Knowledge by Robert G. Meyers
Linguistic Representation (Philosophical Studies Series) by J.F. Rosenberg
The Metaphysics of G.E. Moore by David O'Connor
The Metaphysics of Memory (Philosophical Studies Series) by Sven Bernecker
Moore on right and wrong : the normative ethics of G.E. Moore by William H. Shaw
Moral Psychology Today: Essays on Values, Rational Choice, and the Will (Philosophical Studies Series) by David K. Chan
The Moral Wager: Evolution and Contract (Philosophical Studies Series) by Malcolm Murray
A paradigm theory of existence : onto-theology vindicated by William F. Vallicella
Perceptual Knowledge (Philosophical Studies Series) by Georges Dicker
Philosophical analysis and human welfare : selected essays and chapters from six decades by Dickinson S. Miller
Philosophical Analysis: A Defense by Example (Philosophical Studies Series) by D.S. Austin
Philosophy and Cognitive Science: Categories, Consciousness, and Reasoning (Philosophical Studies Series) by A. Clark
Philosophy in Mind: The Place of Philosophy in the Study of Mind (Philosophical Studies Series)
Philosophy of History and Action (Philosophical Studies Series) by Yirmiyahu Yovel
Philosophy of Probability (Philosophical Studies Series) by Jacques Dubucs
Rationality in science : studies in the foundations of science and ethics by Ed.
Religion and Scientific Method (Philosophical Studies Series) by G Schlesinger
Retribution Reconsidered: More Essays in the Philosophy of Law (Philosophical Studies Series) by Jeffrie G. Murphy
Scientific and Religious Belief (Philosophical Studies Series) by P. Weingartner
Sign Levels: Language and Its Evolutionary Antecedents (Philosophical Studies Series) by D. S. Clarke
The status of morality by Thomas L. Carson
Substance and Attribute: A Study in Ontology (Philosophical Studies Series) by Michael J. Loux
Terrorism: A Philosophical Analysis (Philosophical Studies Series) by J. Angelo Corlett
Theism (Philosophical Studies Series) by Clement Dore
Thomas Reid and `The Way of Ideas' (Philosophical Studies Series) by R.D. Gallie
Thomas Reid: Ethics, Aesthetics and the Anatomy of the Self (Philosophical Studies Series) by R.D. Gallie
Time and the Metaphysics of Relativity (Philosophical Studies Series) by W.L. Craig
Topics in Conditional Logic (Philosophical Studies Series) by Donald Nute
Truth, Rationality, Cognition, and Music (Philosophical Studies Series) by K. Korta
Wholes, Sums and Unities (Philosophical Studies Series) by A. Meirav
A World Without Values: Essays on John Mackie's Moral Error Theory (Philosophical Studies Series) by Richard Joyce
Rediscovering Colors - A Study in Pollyanna Realism (PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES SERIES Volume 88) by Michael Watkins88

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