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Philosophy : E-theses
 
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  1. The "Analects" and the political philosophy of Confucius
  2. "Bidden or not bidden, God is present", C. G. Jung: A research study of the numinous and the journey to individuation
  3. "Discussion of learning" activities and the building of philosophical schools by Confucian scholars in the late Ming---the case of Li Cai (1529--1607)
  4. "Fragmentary extravagance" : Modernist readings of Kierkegaard in Kafka, Rilke and Adorno
  5. "How do you tell how the story was told?" : an examination of conceptions of inquiry, language and narrative used to understand people from the stories they tell
  6. The "Huainanzi" and Liu An's claim to moral authority
  7. "Hula" : A documentary fieldwork experience reflecting the relationship between a filmmaker and its subject
  8. "Illegals" in the land of opportunity : The press and the labor rights of undocumented workers
  9. "Images without metaphor" : Re-visioning French film theory
  10. "Intimation" and experience of the self in games
  11. "Know that we are not good persons" : Pure Land Buddhism and the ethics of exile
  12. The "Lankavatara" and "Platform Sutras" : contraries apart and polarities together
  13. "Metaphysics" as an Aristotelian science
  14. "Not at all at odds with mercy" : Redescribing the historical emergence of codified medical ethics
  15. "Pay no attention to those men behind the curtains" : An ethical examination of Los Angeles charter reform activities 1996--1999 by use of crisis management (California)
  16. "Playing with the pieces" : The political economy of play in two forgotten computer games
  17. "Recasting the Old Questions" : Theological Reliance and Renunciation in the Political Thought of Hannah Arendt
  18. "Subject to the laws of nature" : ecofeminism,representation, and political subjectivity
  19. "That truth that lives unchangeably" : the role of ontology in the just war tradition
  20. "Tristan" : The Prelude, the chord, and the implications. Postlude to a musicological conundrum (Richard Wagner, Germany)
  21. "We knowers" : the morality of knowledge in Nietzsche's "Genealogy"
  22. "When the eternal can be met" : Bergsonian time in the theologies of C. S. Lewis, T. S. Eliot, and W. H. Auden
  23. The 'camera' as camera : new subjectivities in three-dimensional virtual worlds
  24. 'Can' and consequentialism : an account of options
  25. 'Carving nature at its joint' : The Platonic method of division in Plato, Aristotle, and their Neoplatonic commentators
  26. 'Erlebnis' and 'existenz' : dilthey and heidegger on the approach to human experience
  27. 'Geist' and 'Leben' in the philosophy of Ernst Cassirer
  28. 'Gua sha' and the scientific gaze : Original research on an ancient therapy in a call for discourse in philosophies of medicine
  29. The 'Lushi Chunqiu' : an ancient Chinese political cosmology
  30. 'No body to kick, no soul to damn'...and yet : The modern corporation as moral agent
  31. The (de)constructed universe(al) : derrida and twentieth-century science
  32. (How) do connectionist networks model cognition?
  33. (re)sounding : disintegrating visual space in music
  34. The (un)bearable lightness of being
  35. *Perception and empirical thought
  36. 21st century women's intercultural solo performance and the making of a new feminist aesthetic
  37. <莊子音義>硏究
  38. A. N. Whitehead's process metaphysics and Hua-Yen buddhism on interpenetration : a critical analysis
  39. Abduction and computation
  40. About face : altered states of subjectivity in Levinas
  41. Absences as causes : A defense of negative causation
  42. Absolute knowing in Hegel's "Phenomenology of Spirit"
  43. Abstract right, reason, and the state in Hegel's "Philosophy ofRight"
  44. Abstraction and theories of lei (classification, kinds) : A response to Chad Hansen's mereological interpretation of ancient Chinese philosophy
  45. Abyss of God : flesh, love and language in Paul Tillich
  46. Abū Isḥāq al-Shāṭibī's reformulation of the concept of bid'a : a study of his al-Itiṣām
  47. Achieving a plurality of goals in social context : a pragmatist approach and guide for environmental practitioners
  48. Achieving mutually respectful public discourse : a normative model
  49. Acquiring "feelings that do not err" : moral deliberation and the sympathetic point of view in the ethics of Dai Zhen
  50. Les Actes de discours a l'oeuvre dans la fiction litteraire : Sur la relation entre l'usage serieux et non serieux du langage
  51. Action and interaction : the reality of reasons and limits of physicalism
  52. Action, perception, and the living body : Aristotle on the physiological foundations of moral psychology
  53. The active spectator : hannah arendt's reformulation of the traditional separation between theory and practice
  54. Adam ferguson on civil society : enlightenment, community, and the market
  55. Adam Smith and the circles of sympathy
  56. The adaptation of morality
  57. An adaptive syndrome account of feeling justified : toward improving the evolutionary ethics, moral psychology, and ethical expressivism of Allan Gibbard
  58. Adequate knowledge and freedom from affections in politics : an exploration of Spinoza's "Ethics"
  59. Admit impediment : the use of difficulty in twentieth-century American poetry (Wallace Stevens, John Ashbery, Jorie Graham, Ludwig Wittgenstein)
  60. Adorno and the metacritique of modern German systematic transcendental idealism
  61. Adorno's "Philosophy of modern music"
  62. Adorno's "Philosophy of modern music" : a critique
  63. Adorno's aesthetic theory and its relation to social theory
  64. Adults' decision-making about the electronic waste issue : The role of the nature of science conceptualizations and moral concerns in socio-scientific decision-making
  65. Advance care planning : Preparing to die
  66. Advancing the counterfactual analysis of causation (David Lewis)
  67. An adventure of the idea of freedom : from Kant's Third Antinomy to the contingent necessity of pure practical reason
  68. Aesthetic and moral judgments : the moral value of immoral art
  69. Aesthetic Christian apologetics
  70. Aesthetic experience and social praxis in the literary hermeneutic : h. G. Gadamer and H. R. Jauss
  71. Aesthetic formation and the image of modern china : the philosophical aesthetics of cai yi
  72. Aesthetic Ideas, Rationality, and Art in Kant An Interpretation of Aesthetic Ideas---As a Counterpart of Rational Ideas---In Kant's "Critique of Judgment", by Way of Analysis of Rational Ideas in Theoretical, Practical, and Teleological Employments of Reason
  73. Aesthetic particularism: A study from Dancy to Gadamer
  74. Aesthetic world disclosure in Kant and Heidegger
  75. Aesthetics and history : a study of Lessing, Rousseau, Kant, and Schiller (Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Immanuel Kant, Friedrich Schiller)
  76. Aesthetics of dependency : Early Modernism and the struggle against Idealism in Kierkegaard, Ibsen, and Henry James
  77. The aesthetics of ethical subjectivity : ethics and aesthetics in the work of Immanuel Kant, Friedrich Nietzsche and Theodor Adorno
  78. The aesthetics of existence : Nietzsche and Merleau-Ponty on the body
  79. The aesthetics of the other : Ethics, Judaism and the work of art in the thought of Emmanuel Levinas
  80. Aesthetics/ethics : Two modern views (Richard Rorty, John Stuart Mill)
  81. After aesthetics : martin Heidegger and the end of art
  82. After Confucius : Psychology and moral power
  83. After eidos: Heidegger, Plato, and the end of the ideas (Martin Heidegger)
  84. After macintyre : a role for tradition in moral philosophy (alasdair macintyre)
  85. After MacIntyre : Rawls, Engelhardt and the limits of reason in a morally pluralistic society
  86. After the body politic : thomas hobbes's scientific argument concerning political order
  87. Against destiny : Feng Yu-lan and a new hermeneutics of Confucianism
  88. Agency and the mind-body problem
  89. Agency, liberty, autonomy
  90. Agent and Event : Rhetorical Dissent in the Context of Globalization
  91. Aggregate theory: an integrated approach to business ethics
  92. AIDS prevention and the experience of culture (Michel Foucault)
  93. Alasdair MacIntyre's criticism of modern moral philosophy : the relationship of moral agency to community
  94. Alfred Adler and the Pauline doctrine of justification by faith : A model for Christian psychotherapy
  95. Alibis of empire : social theory and the ideologies of late imperial rule (henry sumner maine)
  96. Alienated selves : Portraiture in nineteenth- and twentieth-century France
  97. All meaning is natural
  98. Alternative conceptual schemes : cognitive differences and concept inaccessibility
  99. Altruism, evolution and optional games
  100. Amalgamated spaces of modernity
  101. Amartya Sen's capability approach to equality : is it capable of accommodating human diversity?
  102. Ambiguous articles : an essay on the theory of descriptions
  103. American-Type formalism : the art criticism of alfred h. barr, jr., clement greenberg, and michael fried
  104. The analog-digital distinction and the flow of information
  105. Analogy and value: a contribution to a non-skeptical theory of analogical argument in law (john austin, h l a hart, cass sunstein, scott brewer, ronald dworkin)
  106. An analysis of citizen informational privacy in democratic societies for the cyber-age
  107. Analysis of conditional expressions
  108. An analysis of empirical equivalence : Its foundation, the evidence-theory distinction, and its entailment, underdetermination
  109. Analysis of expressive qualities in Witold Lutoslawski's Partita
  110. An analysis of medical futility dilemmas
  111. An analysis of the different way of thinking of Indian Yogacara and Chinese Fa-hsiang school
  112. An analysis of the selected music of Chou Wen-Chung in relation to Chinese aesthetics
  113. Analytic functionalism as a foundation for the contention that a non-biological machine (android) can be viewed as both a legal and a moral person
  114. Analyticity, meaning and paradox
  115. The anarchist concept of community in the thought of Bataille, Blanchot and Nancy (Georges Bataille, France, Jean-Luc Nancy)
  116. Ancient dharmas, modern debates : Towards an analytic philosophy of Buddhism
  117. The ancient quarrel unsettled : Plato and the erotics of tragic poetry
  118. Androgyny as salvation in early Christianity
  119. Animal rights and wrongs : a critique of Singer and Regan's views of duties to animals
  120. Animality and laughter : contributions to a theory at the borders of philosophical discourse (Plato, Nietzsche, Bataille) (Friedrich Nietzsche, Georges Bataille)
  121. Animate texts : Hieroglyphic reading practices in early modern England, 1564-1658
  122. Another look at moral realism
  123. The Antebellum Animal
  124. Anti-Individualism and knowledge of content (a priori, self-knowledge,externalism)
  125. Anti-professionalism, pluralism and the problem of critical authority : an inquiry into the disciplinary structure and logic of English
  126. The antitheatre of Antonin Artaud: An examination of esthetic transgression, applied to the contemporary theatre
  127. Apologies (J. L. Austin, Erving Goffman)
  128. Applying Prospect Theory to Moral Decision-making : The Heuristic Biases of Moral Decision-making Under Risk
  129. Applying thanatology in adult education to faciliate learning of a good death among police officer trainees
  130. The appropriation of photographic images in works of art: legal and aesthetic issues inherent in the conflict between modernism and postmodernism (robert rauschenberg, larry rivers, andy warhol, sherrie levine)
  131. Aquinas and today's environmental ethics : An exploration of how the vision and the virtue ethic of "ecothomism" might inform a viable eco-ethic (Saint Thomas Aquinas)
  132. Aquinas, aristotle, and akrasia (saint thomas aquinas)
  133. The arabic plotinus : a study of the "theology of aristotle" and related texts
  134. The arc of philosophy & art : An inquiry into the structure of experience & work of art with John Dewey, Joseph Beuys, & Jacques Derrida
  135. The archaeology and translation of Greek tragedy : Tragedy and the emotions
  136. The archeology of empathy
  137. Archetypal and ectypal ideals in Kant's practical philosophy
  138. The archetypal world of the "I Ching" : The journey of the sage-ruler
  139. Architecture and authenticity : constructing the ontological
  140. Architecture and philosophical ideation : an analysis of the role of theoretical ideas in architectural creation
  141. The architecture of human greatness
  142. The architecture of the poetic image the visible and the invisible in the sacred architecture of Sigurd Lewerentz
  143. Arendt's arguments : action in "the human condition", conscience in "the life of the mind" (hannah arendt)
  144. The Arg (castle) in Persian art and architecture. Arg-e Bam case study
  145. Argument by analogy : The function of comparison in generalization and explanatory inference (John Stuart Mill, Charles Darwin, William Whewell)
  146. An Argument for Modern Craftsmanship : A Philosophy of Design, Materials, and Process in a Post-Industrial Environment
  147. The argument from reason and the problem of mental causation
  148. Aristotelian forms : Form, soul, and mind
  149. Aristotle : From sense to science
  150. Aristotle and determinism
  151. Aristotle and Plotinus on the simplicity of "Nous"
  152. ARISTOTLE AND THE MATHEMATICIANS : sOME CROSS-CURRENTS IN THE FOURTH CENTURY (ANCIENT, GREEK)
  153. Aristotle for the post-industrial republic
  154. Aristotle on being and substance : definiteness and having a function
  155. Aristotle on constitutive moral luck
  156. Aristotle on decision and uncontrolled action
  157. Aristotle on friendship, justice, and the human good
  158. Aristotle on happiness : A comparison with Confucius
  159. Aristotle on Perception, Phantasia, and Skepticism
  160. Aristotle on stasis : a moral psychology of political skepticism
  161. Aristotle on the category of relation
  162. Aristotle on the relationship between perception and thought
  163. Aristotle's biopsychosocial model of psychology and conceptualization of character : Points of congruence with modern models of psychology
  164. Aristotle's conception of science : The case of "On Youth and Old Age, and Life and Death, and Respiration"
  165. Aristotle's Eudemian account of friendship
  166. Aristotle's Explanation for the Value of the External Goods
  167. Aristotle's regime-centered political science and Machiavelli's objections
  168. Aristotle, Scheler, MacIntyre : the metaphysical foundations of ethics (Alasdair MacIntyre, Max Scheler)
  169. Art after words : conceptualism,structuralism, and the dream of the information world (robert morris, robert smithson, mary kelley)
  170. ART AND BEING IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF MARTIN HEIDEGGER : AN INTERPRETATION AND CRITIQUE OF 'DER URSPRUNG DES KUNSTWERKES.'
  171. ART AND FREEDOM IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF JEAN-PAUL SARTRE
  172. ART AND THE ORIENTATION OF THOUGHT (HISTORY, PHILOSOPHY, ART, POSTMODERNISM)
  173. Art and the possibility of the ethical (Marcel Duchamp, Clement Greenberg, Arthur Danto, Wassily Kandinsky, Emmanuel Levinas)
  174. Art as communication : a philosophicalinquiry
  175. Art as history/history as art : john La Farge and the problem of representation, 1859--1910
  176. An art hidden in the forest of the earth : Labor between economy and culture
  177. THE ART OBJECT : AN IMAGE IN PLATO'S PHILOSOPHY
  178. The art of due measure : Ontology and value in late Plato
  179. The Art of earth and fire : the aesthetics of robin george collingwood and the craft of the studio potter
  180. The art of making and the essence of truth in the philosophy of Heidegger
  181. The art of politics : john Dewey's theory of aesthetics, democracy, and revolution
  182. An art of the Neutral
  183. Art, the philosophy
  184. Artificial life: Life form, simulation, or simulacrum
  185. The artist and the philosopher : the aesthetic phenomenological method of Maurice Merleau-Ponty
  186. Artist, citizen, state : toward a theory of arts policy
  187. The artistry of obedience : A critical history of minor political works by major western thinkers
  188. The ascription of identity : The work of art in practice and theory
  189. Assertion, belief, and semantic content
  190. Assessment of the impacts of e-commerce technologies on overall business processes : an analytic Delphi process
  191. At a Distance : The Solitudes of Testimony
  192. At the threshold of philosophy : a study ofal-farabi's introductory works on logic (abu nasr muhammad al-farabi)
  193. Attachment quality, parental monitoring, and peer relations as predictors of risky behaviors among ethnic minority youth
  194. The attention model of consciousness
  195. Attention to consciousness
  196. The authority of morality
  197. The authority theory of promises
  198. Authority, futility, and clinical treatment : The challenge to authority
  199. Autism, modularity and theories of mind
  200. Automated causal modeling, latent constructs, and abductive inference
  201. Autonomy and heteronomy : Buber, Levinas, and Hegel on the social source of obligation (Martin Buber, Emmanuel Levinas, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel)
  202. Autonomy and heteronomy : kant on freedom, natural necessity, and the limits of moral philosophy (Immanuel Kant)
  203. The autonomy and legitimacy of states : a critical approach to foreign intervention
  204. Autonomy and the agent's final end : Hegel's reformulation of Kant's argument for the rationality of morality
  205. The autonomy of xin and ethical theory in xunzi
  206. Autonomy or toleration? Rawls and Kymlicka on the liberal response to pluralism
  207. Autonomy, human dignity, and death with dignity : advancing a relational view of human dignity in end-of-life bioethics
  208. Autonomy, liability, and efficiency : Wealth maximization in tort law
  209. Autonomy, liberalism, and advance care planning
  210. Aware as a theory of Japanese aesthetics
  211. An axiological study of Durkheim and Weber (Emile Durkheim, MaxWeber)
  212. The axioms and substance in Aristotle's science of metaphysics
  213. Background environmental justice : An extension of Rawls's political liberalism
  214. Badiou/Deleuze : Art and cinema
  215. The balanced theory : a desert based approach to tort law
  216. Balancing in constitutional law : a suggested analytical framework applied to American constitutional law
  217. Balancing liberty and environment : the prospects for greening liberalism
  218. Basic human needs, human rights, and human development
  219. Basic logical knowledge and its justification
  220. The basic principles of the international legal system and self-determination of national groups
  221. Bayesianism and simplicity
  222. The beauty of nature as a foundation for environmental ethics : China and the West
  223. Becoming architects of a morally sensitive postmodern bioethics
  224. Becoming subjects : The agency of desire in Jacques Lacan's return to Freud
  225. Becoming woman---becoming self---becoming other (Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Edmund Husserl)
  226. Before the law : Philosophy and literature (the experience of that which one cannot experience) (Franz Kafka, Ronald Dworkin, Jacques Derrida)
  227. Before the text : phenomenology andrevelation
  228. Befriending the peculiar obscure : an ontological study of "La Strada", "Little Voice" and "Amelie"
  229. Behavior and self-constitution in early Chinese ethics
  230. Behold the men : Nietzsche's psychohistory of Jesus, Paul, and the birth of Christianity (Saint Paul)
  231. Being and becoming : Topics in comparative metaphysics
  232. Being and Husserl's transcendental reduction : the possibilities for ontology within Husserl's transcendental phenomenology
  233. Being and Immanence : Deleuze, Authorship and the Practice of Modern Cinema
  234. Being communities building ourselves : An exercise in practical ontology
  235. Being human, being good : the source and summit of universal human rights (saint thomas aquinas, hugo grotius, john locke)
  236. Being in time's mouth. Learning to die while living : The I Ching applied to people with AIDS and ARC
  237. Being interpreted : third-person perspectives on the self
  238. Being-towards-death/being-towards-life : Heidegger and Christianity on the meaning of human being (Martin Heidegger)
  239. Belief, truth, and indicative conditional propositions
  240. Beliefs as dispositions
  241. Believing, Knowing, Acting
  242. Benacerraf's dilemma and natural realism for arithmetic
  243. Benjamin or Bataille : transgression, redemption, and the origins of postmodern thought (Walter Benjamin, Georges Bataille)
  244. Bentham on the moral and legal status of animals
  245. Bereavement and meaning reconstruction among senior Japanese immigrant women in the San Francisco Bay Area : An ethnographic study for spiritual care
  246. Berkeley's master argument : its form and implications (George Berkeley)
  247. Berkeley's realism : An essay in ontology (David Hume, John Locke, George Berkeley)
  248. Bernard and Abelard : an analysis of the elements that led to their conflict at Sens (Peter AbelardSaint Bernard of ClairvauxFrance)
  249. Bernard lonergan's transcendental realism
  250. Bertrand russell on perception and belief : his development from 1913--1918
  251. The best moral theory ever : the merits and methodology of moral theorizing
  252. Best practices for limiting risk of posttraumatic stress relapse during childbirth
  253. The best test theory of extension (language of thought, intentional content, meaning)
  254. The best things : Primary substances in Aristotle's ontology
  255. Better living without free will: a theoretical and pragmatic argument for acting on the belief that we are neither free nor deserving (justice)
  256. Between egoism and the common good : niccolo machiavelli's model of the political agent
  257. Between foundationalism and subjectivism : hannah Arendt and the recovery of ethical standards
  258. Between insight and judgment : kant's conception of genius and its fate in early Schelling
  259. Between intervention and indifference : the ethics of humanitarian intervention
  260. Between law and lawlessness : democratizing law in Montesquieu, Burke, and Arendt
  261. Between modern and postmodern worlds : Theodor W. Adorno's struggle with the concept of musical kitsch
  262. Between politics and philosophy : the contest of the one and the many in the thought of Plato and Hegel
  263. Between theory and practice : heidegger and the lure of art
  264. Beyond "Who gets what?": Looking for justice in seniors' oral health care
  265. Beyond anticipation : exceeding of expectation and aesthetics
  266. Beyond Augustine : the ethical structure of community
  267. Beyond bioethics : caring for Christ's body
  268. Beyond biography : Mending the ancestral web
  269. Beyond diet, drugs, and surgery : italian scholastic medical theorists on the animal soul, 1270--1400
  270. Beyond freedom and resentment : an error theory of free will and moral responsibility
  271. Beyond modern scientism and postmodern relativism : therapeutic methods of wittgenstein and chuang tzu (ludwig wittgenstein)
  272. Beyond our biology : a computational study of ethics and morality
  273. Beyond personal identity : rethinking a dominant paradigm from a zen perspective
  274. Beyond praise and blame : toward a theory of holding others responsible
  275. Beyond relativism : A grounded theory study of sophisticated adult personal epistemology
  276. Beyond rorty, habermas and rawls: cross-cultural judgement in the postmetaphysical age (richard rorty, jurgen habermas, john rawls, liberalism, individual rights, moral persuasion)
  277. Beyond structural realism
  278. Beyond subjective well-being
  279. Beyond testing : cognitive moral reasoning and ergogenic aids in sport
  280. Beyond the malaise of postmodernity: The role of art to essential meaning
  281. A biblical portrait of death as the qualifier of both the ethic and value of human life
  282. The binding power of promises
  283. Biology without species : A solution to the species problem
  284. Birth of an artistic Socrates : The motivations and form of Nietzsche's classicism 1869-1872
  285. Blackfoot ways of knowing : Indigenousscience
  286. Blood and soil : an examination of the authority of tradition
  287. Bodies and Persons : An Essay on Animalism
  288. Bodies, souls, and ordinary people: three essays on art and interpretation
  289. The body geographic : Affect, imagination and the relationality of be(com)ing, or movements through Spinozan earth-writings
  290. The body in the politics and society of early China
  291. The body problem and other foundational issues in the metaphysics of mind
  292. The Body without form
  293. Body-presence : Lived experience of choreography and performance
  294. Bodytextand science in the phenomenology of Edith Stein
  295. Bound Cognition and Referential Uses of Language
  296. Boundaries of the Dao : Hanshan Deqing's (1546--1623) Buddhist commentary on the "Zhuangzi"
  297. BOUNDED RATIONALITY IN LAW AND SCIENCE (HISTORIOGRAPHY, CONSENSUS, METHODOLOGY, EVIDENCE, ADJUDICATION)
  298. The bounds of justice : Rawls on global justice and international obligation
  299. The bounds of self : an essay on Heidegger's "Being and Time" (Martin Heidegger)
  300. Brahms's song collections : Rethinking agenre
  301. Brandom's normative deontic theory of language
  302. Breakdown of Morality
  303. Bridging divides : New pragmatic philosophy and composition theory
  304. Bridging the Gap : An Invitational Approach to Confucianism and Daoism
  305. Bridging the gap between normative beliefs and actions
  306. Broadening Multicultural Theory : Addressing Horizontal Inequalities and the Need for Group Mobilization
  307. Broken : Thought-images of life in the state of exception
  308. Broken symmetry : Three essays on the dynamic nature of consumer preferences
  309. Buber, levinas, and the non-human other : toward a broader environmental ethic (martin buber, emmanuellevinas)
  310. Buddhism, colonialism and the boundaries of religion : Theravada Buddhism in Burma, 1885--1920
  311. Buddhismpragmatismand the ethics of experience: Case studies on kamma in the "Udana"
  312. The Buddhist principle of rebirth revealed in the doctrine of Pratityasamutpada and its conceptual development as interpreted by Vasubandhu in the philosophy of Vijnapati-matrata-vada
  313. The Buddhist stupa : its history, dimensions and symbolism according to Tibetan sources
  314. THE BUDDHIST THEORY OF SELF ACCORDING TO ACARYA CANDRAKIRTI (SOUTHEAST ASIA)
  315. Building accountability : The politics of anticorruption
  316. Building bridges : Objectivity and unity in the philosophy of science
  317. Building cosmopolitical solidarity from the "Antigone" : a return to the chorus
  318. Building the body politic : subjectivity and urban space (washington, d.c.)
  319. Building the Soul : Aristotle's Constitutive View of Virtue
  320. Burge, Quine, and Initial One-word Sentences
  321. Business ethics and social responsibility : Comparing business and non-business graduate students
  322. Business ethics and the undergraduate business school curriculum : a comparative study of business deans' attitudes, school practices, and school plans among ACBSP and AACSB accredited institutions
  323. Business ethics survey of hospitality students and managers
  324. Business ethics, social responsibility and AIDS in workplaces in Zimbabwe
  325. The business of beneficence : The commodification of the patient-health care provider relationship
  326. California financial services industry ethics training : Lived experiences of human resource managers
  327. Can aristotelian logic be translated into chinese : could there be a chinese "harry stottlemeier"? (matthew lipman)
  328. Can there be a feminist philosophy of religion?
  329. Candrakirti and the moon-flower of nalanda: objectivity and self-correction in india's central therapeutic philosophy of language
  330. Capacity development in conflict scenarios : Assessing donor support strategies to local NGOs in Burundi
  331. Capital and the imaginary : a study on the commodity as a poetical object
  332. Capital punishment : a deterrent to justice
  333. Capitalism, disenchantment and the poetics of freedom : karl Marx, Max Weber and the linguisticturn
  334. The captivating question: The rhetoric and ontology of the interview
  335. Care and punishment : Imagining an integrated response to wrongdoing
  336. Care ethics and cloning : A speculative literary critique of human biotechnology
  337. A care-based model of the physician-patient relationship
  338. Caring for others : a theory of moral reasons
  339. Caring for the soul in a postmodern age : the political thought of jan patocka
  340. Carl Jung's interpretation of Wolfgang Pauli's dreams : The Bailey Island, Maine, and New York City seminars of 1936 and 1937
  341. The case for limited justice : human nature, irony, and transcendence in political ethics
  342. Case not closed : Defending and making room for holistic medicine
  343. Cassirer : on myth and politics
  344. The Cassirer-Heidegger debate : a critical and historical study
  345. Casuistry : towards a more complete approach
  346. Casuistry, virtue, and business ethics
  347. Category and meaning : a critical study of Feng Youlan's metaphysics
  348. The Category of the creative in the historicism of ernst troeltsch and Martin Heidegger
  349. Causal explanation of human behavior in the social sciences
  350. Causal slack and the necessity of natures : aristotle on sublunary causation
  351. A causal-structural theory of empirical knowledge
  352. Causation in the law and the search for justice
  353. Causes in mind : causal exclusion's collapse and the causal powers of content
  354. Causes, effects, and contrasts
  355. The Centrality of human plurality in hannah arendt's philosophy of political action and its relevance for the current indonesian political situation
  356. CEOs and ethics : what are the issues?
  357. Certified Public Accountant education and ethical decision-making preparedness : A phenomenological study exploring the connection
  358. Ceteris absentibus physicalism
  359. The challenge of evolutionary psychology to the humanities: Some major voices in the humanities compared with representative voices of evolutionary psychology
  360. The challenge of otherness : Self, values and modernity in Russian philosophical thought, 1900--1917
  361. CHAN KAN-CH'UAN AND THE CONTINUING NEO-CONFUCIAN DISCOURSE ON MIND AND PRINCIPLE (CHINESE PHILOSOPHY, NEO-CONFUCIANISM, MING THOUGHT)
  362. Change and continuity in rural cambodia: contours of a critical hermeneutic discourse of third world development
  363. The changing significance of seppuku in Tokugawa, Japan
  364. Chaotic dynamics, indeterminacy and free will
  365. Character education in a Muslim school : A case study of a comprehensive Muslim school's curricula
  366. Charles s. peirce : truth, reality and objective semiotic idealism
  367. Charles s. peirce's development of semiotics from logic and pragmatism to a concept of god
  368. Charles s. peirce's universal fallibilism
  369. Charles taylor and education : philosophy, policy, practice
  370. Charles taylor and the distinction between the sciences
  371. Chaucer, Joyce, Lacan, and their "we men"
  372. Checks and balances against hasty consensus in ethics consultation: Moral deliberation shifts and the zone of equipoise (bioethics)
  373. The Chinese concept of Beol Se as the basis for incarnational mission : With special reference to Singapore
  374. Chinese culture and counseling in Taiwan : A counseling model based on Confucianism and Taoism
  375. Chinese Environmental Law & Policy : A Return to Confucianism
  376. The Chinese reception of Rousseau's political philosophy in the 20th century
  377. Chinese sexism and the confucian virtue of familial continuity : a philosophical interpretation of the problem of gender disparity within the cultural boundary of confucian China
  378. Choice, dialogue, and freedom : towards a philosophy of education based in existentialism (soren kierkegaard, martin buber, jean-paul sartre)
  379. Choosing between God and Caesar : locke, Rousseau, and Rawls on the theologico-political problem
  380. Choreography from the Outside : Dance Experiments in Thinking, Perception, and Language after 1960
  381. Christian theology in a pluralistic context : a methodological and constructive inquiry in the doctrine of creation
  382. Christianity and modern democracy : the theological anthropology and political vision of Reinhold Niebuhr and Yves R. Simon
  383. Chromatic completion in the late vocal music of Haydn and Mozart : A technical, philosophic, and historical study
  384. The chronological paradox in customary international law (or, the virtue of sloppy timing in a messy world)
  385. Chronotopology and the scientific-aesthetic in philosophy, literature and art
  386. Chuang tsu and the problem of personal identity : a study of identity and interrelatedness
  387. Chungyung and Jung : Self-cultivation in the Confucian Chungyung and Jungian individuation (Carl Jung)
  388. The circle of compassion : an interpretive study of Karuna in Indian Buddhist literature
  389. The citizen as believer : religion and politics in the constitution of the modern self (friedrich nietzsche, john calvin)
  390. Citizens and gender justice : toward equality in a pluralistic democracy
  391. Civic education and self-knowledge in higher education
  392. Civil religion and civil society in hume's political philosophy (david hume)
  393. Clear and distinct perception in Descartes's philosophy (Rene Descartes)
  394. The Clementine philosophical and religious construction of the animal
  395. Clifford algebra : A case for geometric and ontological unification
  396. Climbing the mountain : the Cassirer-Heidegger debate, the paths to Davos, and the crisis of Weimar Germany
  397. Coaching influences on aggression and sport rage in youth softball : An interpretive analysis of moral behavior
  398. Cognition, Perception, and Justification
  399. Cognitive agendas and legal epistemology
  400. The cognitive challenge to the truth conditional theory of meaning
  401. Cognitive content and communication
  402. Cognitive science and metaphysics revisited: Toward a theory of properties
  403. The Cognitive Significance of Kant's third "Critique"
  404. Cognitive transformation as a value of art : A study of the cognitive value of art
  405. The cognitive value of language
  406. Coherence and contradiction in the worldview of Wang Fuzhi (1619-1692)
  407. The coherence of Kant's three "Critiques"
  408. College students ethical perceptions on buying counterfeit products
  409. Collingwood on re-enactment : understanding in history and interpretation in art (r. g. collingwood)
  410. Collingwood's historical philosophy : a systematic appraisal
  411. Colonialism, natural right, and the problem of jurisdiction : Modern natural law theory and Hegel's critique
  412. The Color of Justification : A phenomenological amendment to virtue epistemology
  413. Color properties and color perception : a functionalist account
  414. Colour vision and the comparative argument, a case study in cognitive science and the philosophy of perception
  415. Coming into culture : ecocultural materialism and the Bildungsroman
  416. Commentary and translation of "The Dictionary of Music" of Jean-Jacques Rousseau (France, Spanish text)
  417. Commercial, political, and cultural uses (and abuses?) of diagnostic medical ultrasound : unforeseen consequences, 1970--2005
  418. Commission Impossible : The International Religious Freedom Act and its Impact on U.S. Foreign Policy with Particular Reference to Iraq and Burma, 1999-2012
  419. Commodification : The market and the public service
  420. Common grounds without foundations : A pragmatic approach to ethical disagreements across cultural, philosophical, and religious traditions
  421. Common principles among flow, Taoism, fifth discipline, and emergent properties
  422. Common sense : An investigation in ontology, epistemology, and moral philosophy
  423. Commonplaces: Towards a political topogeography of culture: Carl Schmitt, Kant, and topics in political philosophy
  424. Communication and inquiry : John Dewey on the role of language in intelligence
  425. Communication and knowledge: theories of meaning in context
  426. Communication, meaning and the attitudes : toward a general theory of content
  427. Community as healing: Pragmatism and medical encounters
  428. Community of inquiry and the intersection of epistemology andpedagogy : A grounded theory analysis
  429. Comparative anatomy of the biomedical model and family systems : a new way of thinking and its convergence to Taoism
  430. A comparative perspective of international cooperation against terrorism
  431. Comparative studies in justifying punishment
  432. A Comparative Study of Bishop Joseph Butler's and Wang Yang-ming's Conception of Conscience
  433. A comparative study of the confucian thought of pak sedang and ogyu sorai : focusing on the issues of heaven and human nature
  434. A comparative study of the korean terms haan and han
  435. Comparing reflections : Leibniz's theory of cultural exchange and his writings on Chinese philosophy
  436. Comparison of Ellis's and Campbell's models of irrational belief : Toward resolving ambiguities in rational-emotive-behavior theory
  437. A COMPARISON OF PLATO, PLOTINUS AND HEGEL ON AESTHETICS AND THE CONCEPT OF BEAUTY (GEORG WILHELM FRIEDRICH HEGEL)
  438. A comparison of transformational and transactional leadership styles between United States and Latin American citizenships as moderated by sex
  439. Compassion and moral guidance
  440. The compatibility of zen buddhist philosophy with the practice and belief system of the unitarian universalists
  441. Competence, expertise, and linguistic communities
  442. The competent public : a reexamination of Walter Lippmann's views on the people's competence to know
  443. The competitive and cooperative aretai within the American warfighting ethos
  444. Complementary and alternative medicine : nature, origins, ethics and regulation
  445. Composing consciousness : Psychological design in the late dramatic works of Robert Schumann
  446. Comprehensive commitments and the public world : tillich, rawls and whitehead on the nature of justice (paul tillich, john rawls, alfred north whitehead)
  447. Computational theories of vision and the problem of explanation in neuroscience
  448. Computers, dynamical systems, phenomena, and the mind
  449. Conceivability and possibility : denying the link
  450. Concept construction in kant's metaphysical foundations of natural science (immanuel kant)
  451. Concept formation
  452. THE CONCEPT OF 'T'IEN' IN ANCIENT CHINA : WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON CONFUCIANISM
  453. The concept of freedom : a platonic-augustinian-lutheran-kierkegaardian tradition (plato, saint augustine,martin luther, soren kierkegaard)
  454. The concept of futility in medical care
  455. The concept of modularity in cognitive science
  456. The concept of value in process philosophy : an examination of Whitehead, Hartshorne, and Hua-yen Buddhism
  457. Concepts : taking psychological explanation seriously
  458. Concepts and the given in kant's theory of experience (immanuel kant)
  459. The concepts of analyticity
  460. The concepts of Jen, Yi and Li in Confucius
  461. Concepts of law of nature
  462. Conceptual atomism : towards a plausible theory of concepts
  463. Conceptual content
  464. Conceptual foundations for the psychology and evolution of morality
  465. Conceptual foundations of cultural evolution
  466. Conceptual frameworks : their uses and potential abuses (wilfred sellars, ian g. barbour)
  467. Conceptual pluralism and the world's neutrality : Putnam's pragmatic realism (Hilary Putnam)
  468. The conceptual relationship between Yizhuan and pre-Qin confucianism and daoism : 易傳與先秦儒道思想之關係
  469. Conceptual structures of moral experience in cross-cultural comparative analysis
  470. Conceptualizing democracy in a global era
  471. Conceptualizing truth : Philosophical implications of the cognitive linguistic theory of metaphor
  472. Concerning the Two Worlds Theory in Plato's metaphysical epistemology
  473. Concertos Without Virtuosity? Virtuosity, Composition and Critical Distortions of the Violin Concerto in the Nineteenth Century
  474. Concrete angels : Reading the tough woman in contemporary television
  475. Conditionals of freedom as bivalent : a defense of middle knowledge
  476. Confirmation, explanation and the growth of science
  477. Conflict resolution theory : towards a poststructuralist critique and reconstruction
  478. Conflicts of interest : The pharmaceutical industry's relationships with the medical profession
  479. Confronting wrongs, affirming difference : The limits of violence, the power of nonviolence, and the case of nonviolent intervention in Sri Lanka
  480. The Confucian conception of a moral person
  481. Confucian ethics and the concept of rights
  482. Confucian insights for Gianni Vattimo's secularized religiousness
  483. Confucianism and the prisoner's dilemma
  484. Confucianism, catholicism and human rights : 1948 and 1993
  485. Confucius and Jesus on the role of education in the "Analects" and the four Gospels : Increasing trust in China-United States relations
  486. Connecting with the dakini and guru archetype within the self : transformative learning and spiritual emergence (a contextual essay and a chapbook)
  487. Connectionism and the integration of error : applications in naturalized epistemology and minimal rationality
  488. Connections between Noam Chomsky's linguistic and political theories
  489. Conscience and ethos : Thinking across the limits of normativity
  490. Conscience and moral agency : Iris Murdoch and H. Richard Niebuhr on the formation of the moral self
  491. Conscious will : illusion or reality?
  492. Consciousness and explanation
  493. Consciousness and personhood in split-brain patients
  494. Consensus between discourse ethics and democracy : Habermas on compromise
  495. Consent and Consequences : Journalists' Duty to Inform Subjects of Potential Harms
  496. Consequentialism and doing and allowing
  497. Constitutional Efficacy
  498. Constitutive and epistemic functions of rhetoric and metaphor in science : space-time metaphoric extensions of molecular biology during development of the recombinant DNA controversy
  499. Constraining assertion : An account ofcontext-sensitivity
  500. Constructing a genuine realistic utopia : reconstructing John Rawls's "The Law of Peoples"
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