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    • Alfarabi the Founder of Philosophy in the Islamic World 

      DiPasquale, David (2015-03-04)
    • An analysis of Plato's Meno 

      Duggan, Nicholas James (2015-10-16)
      This thesis offers an analysis of Plato’s Meno, in which the Greek philosopher addresses more directly than in any other dialogue the character of human virtue. Believing that Plato has considerable guidance to offer us ...
    • Book reports 

      Rapoport, Bernard (2004)
    • Buddhist philosophy in the work of David Foster Wallace 

      Piekarski, Krzysztof, active 2013 (2013-05)
      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 (2014-05)
      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.), 1996)
      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)
      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, ...
    • Hierarchies of Brain and Being: Abraham Maslow and the Origins of The Hierarchy of Needs in German Brain Science 

      Coonan, Daniel J (2016-05)
      I tell the history of how a theory–that humans have a hierarchy of needs–emerged in 1943 from larger conflicts over the study of the brain and the human being. A stoic, yet passionate neurologist Kurt Goldstein who fled ...