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  • Book reports 

    Rapoport, Bernard (2014-09-05)
  • Buddhist philosophy in the work of David Foster Wallace 

    Piekarski, Krzysztof, active 2013 (2013-06-14)
    This dissertation is about the ways David Foster Wallace's writing expresses Buddhist philosophy. Because Buddhism is a vast subject, sometimes I conflate several traditional "Buddhisms" into a common-denominator form, ...
  • Can non-cognitivism account for ethical explanation? 

    Simpson, Christopher Aaron (2014-04-16)
    In this report I argue that a popular account of the nature of ethical thought and talk -- non-cognitivism -- cannot make sense of our attempts to explain why some things are right or wrong, good or bad, just or unjust. ...
  • Ex Nihilo (1996) 

    Undergraduate Philosophy Association (Austin, Tex.) (Undergraduate Philosophy Association (Austin, Tex.), 2011-09-20)
    Table of Contents: Editor's Foreword (p. 5) -- None of... / by Kymberli Thomas (p. 7) -- Faith and Anselm's Ontological Argument / by Christian Erickson (p. 9-18) -- Kant on Absolute Freedom and the Problem of Grace / by ...
  • Francis Bacon and the philosophic method of the Americans 

    Liebeskind, Jane Louise (2014-05-27)
    The philosophy of Francis Bacon has an important and often overlooked place in the development of American political thought. John Dewey cites Bacon as the forefather of his own highly influential philosophical school, ...
  • Letters from the Goodwill Brothers of Basra : a medieval Islamic message of tolerance and pluralism 

    Fares, Michael James (2012-07-31)
    “We would never accept the Japanese putting up a site next to Pearl Harbor. There's no reason for us to accept a mosque next to the World Trade Center.”Newt Gingrich said the above words in reference to the recent “ground-zero ...
  • The LIBERATOR Blog, November 2013 

    University of Texas at Austin (University of Texas at Austin, 2014-09-11)
  • The LIBERATOR Magazine, October 2015 

    The University of Texas at Austin