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Series: Paragon Issues in Philosophy

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African Philosophy: The Essential Readings (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by Tsenay Serequeberhan
Critical Theory and Philosophy (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by David Ingram
Critical Theory: The Essential Readings (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by David Ingram
Foundations of Cognitive Science: The Essential Readings (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by Jay L. Garfield
Foundations of Philosophy of Science: Recent Developments (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by James Fetzer
Global Justice: Seminal Essays (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by Darrel Moellendorf
Living Philosophy: Remaining Awake and Moving Toward Maturity in Complicated Times (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by Stephen Rowe
Living the Good Life: An Introduction to Moral Philosophy (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by Gordon Graham
Meaning and Truth: Essential Readings in Modern Semantics (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by Jay L. Garfield
Metaphysics: A Contemporary Introduction by John F. Post
Nietzsche unbound : the struggle for spirit in the age of science by taffeldavid
Philosophy and Cognitive Science (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by James H. Fetzer
Philosophy and Feminist Criticism: An Introduction by Eve Browning Cole
The Philosophy of Human Rights (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by Patrick Hayden
Philosophy of Science (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by James H. Fetzer
The Philosophy of Sex and Love: An Introduction (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by Alan Soble
Philosophy of sport by Drew A. Hyland
Philosophy of Technology: An Introduction (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by Don Ihde
Postmodern Rationality, Social Criticism, and Religion (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by Henry L. Ruf
Problems in Personal Identity (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by James Baillie
Social and political philosophy by William L. McBride
The U.S. Supreme Court and medical ethics : from contraception to managed health care by Bryan Hilliard
Woman and the History of Philosophy (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by Nancy Tuana
World Religions in a Post-modern Age (Paragon Issues in Philosophy) by Henry L. Ruf

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