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IntroductionBritish journal for the history of philosophy96 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Kant and Rehberg on political theory and practiceBritish journal for the history of philosophy96 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Two deductions of right in early post-KantianismBritish journal for the history of philosophy96 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
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Everything is conceivable: a note on an unused axiom in Spinoza's EthicsBritish journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Heidegger on deep time and being-in-itself: introductory thoughts on“The Argument against Need”British journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Martin Heidegger,“The argument against need (for the being-in-Itself of entities)”British journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
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Martin Heidegger,“Das Argument gegen den Brauch (für das Ansichsein des Seienden)”British journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Intuition in the Avicennan traditionBritish journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
On the significance of A. A. Robb’s philosophy of time, especially in relation to Bertrand Russell’sBritish journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
That’s correct! Brentano on intuitive judgementBritish journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
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A priori philosophy of nature in Hegel and German rationalism*British journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Human becomings: theorizing persons for Confucian role ethicsBritish journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
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Descartes and his critics on passions and animalsBritish journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Review: Spinoza and the Politics of Freedom by Dan Taylor and Spinoza's Religion by Clare CarlisleBritish journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
The aesthetic dimensions of esteem in Rousseau: amour-propre, general will, and general tasteBritish journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Reparative agency and commitment in William James’ pragmatismBritish journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Ørsted, Mach, and the history of ‘thought experiment’British journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Intuition in Plato and the Platonic traditionBritish journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Intuition and discursive knowledge: Bachelard's criticism of BergsonBritish journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Pricean reflectionBritish journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
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Hobbes against hate speechBritish journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
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The dark side of recognition: Bernard Mandeville and the morality of prideBritish journal for the history of philosophy149 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Lost voices: on counteracting exclusion of women from histories of contemporary philosophyBritish journal for the history of philosophy216 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
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Freedom and agency in the Zhuangzi: navigating life’s constraintsBritish journal for the history of philosophy260 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Essence and definition in Aristotle’s Parts of AnimalsBritish journal for the history of philosophy398 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Psychological disease and action-guiding impressions in early StoicismBritish journal for the history of philosophy398 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
The clockwork universe and the mechanical hypothesisBritish journal for the history of philosophy398 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Constant’s liberal theory of popular sovereigntyBritish journal for the history of philosophy398 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
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Schopenhauer’s Berkeleyan strategy for transcendental idealismBritish journal for the history of philosophy398 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
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