Dissertations and Theses - Philosophy

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  • Bohall, Jordan Michael (2017-01-25)
    In what follows I argue for an epistemic bridge principle that allows us to move from real mathematics to ideal mathematics (and back again) without losing anything that is characteristic of either methodological ...

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  • Whaley, Kristin Seemuth (2017-04-17)
    What are we? Despite much discussion in historical and contemporary philosophy, we have not yet settled on an answer. A satisfactory personal ontology, an account of our metaphysical nature, will be informed by issues in ...

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  • Mack, Eric A (2016-07-12)
    Propositions, in addition to being the things that sentences express relative to contexts of utterance, can be invoked to play a few theoretical roles: since a sentence seems to be true just in case it expresses a true ...

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  • Hendrickson, Paul Sheldon (2001)
    Chapters Four and Five present Foucault's genealogies as an externalist critique of reflexive agency. Contrary to the interpretation that genealogy dispenses with agency and precludes critique, I argue that our constitution ...

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  • Finkler, Joshua Phillip (2000)
    Next the project develops a mereologized class theory satisfying the following criteria: the project does not take as primitive the operation which carries a member into its singleton, it offers some insight into the ways ...

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