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The Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy
From Aristotle to Zen, this is the most comprehensive, authoritative, and up-to-date dictionary of philosophy available. Ideal for students or a general readership, it provides lively and accessibleExpand
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Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy
This reference book on philosophy brings the subject up to date with entries on new concepts, new thinking about older themes, and entries relating to developing schools such as feminist philosophyExpand
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Knowledge and the state of nature : an essay in conceptual synthesis
Nature and motivation of project. Doubts answered. Plato, Pears, Hobbes, comparison with state-of-nature theory in political philosophy. Evolutionary epistemology Derivation of first condition theExpand
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The Shorter Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy
The Shorter REP presents the very best of the acclaimed ten volume Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy in a single volume. It makes a selection of the most important entries available for the firstExpand
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Phenomenal Geometry
  • E. Craig
  • The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
  • 1 August 1969
In discussing Kant's views about the apriority of geometry, commentators have sometimes sought to find something in his doctrine capable of surviving the discovery of the imperfect applicability ofExpand
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Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction
How ought we to live? What really exists? How do we know? This lively and engaging book is the ideal introduction for anyone who has ever been puzzled by what philosophy is or what it is for. EdwardExpand
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Sensory experience and the foundations of knowledge
  • E. Craig
  • Psychology
  • Synthese
  • 1 September 1976
The nature of our sensory experience, and the role it plays in our knowledge of the world, is one of the most discussed questions in recent epistemology. Whether the view of it which I present inExpand
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Hegel and the Seven Planets
In the Copernican system, Earth-based observers were able to derive the radii of the planetary orbits in terms of the (mean) Earth-Sun distance, from observation and elementary trigonometry. BeforeExpand
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Knowledge and the State of Nature: An Essay in Conceptual Synthesis.
According to the standard approach to epistemology, the concept of knowledge is to be illuminated by setting forth an analysans that specifies necessary and sufficient conditions. Craig's project ofExpand
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