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Philosophical Methodology

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Philosophical Methodology
Author's Name Affiliation Paper Title
Alexandr Bilyk, Yaroslaw Bilyk   The Utilization of Myth in Philosophical Literature
M.E. Orellana Benado, Andrés Bobenrieth, Carlos Verdugo Universidad de Valparaíso Metaphilosophical Pluralism and Paraconsistency: From Orientative To Multi-level Pluralism
Herman Cappelen and Douglas G. Winblad Vassar College Intuitions
Daniel H. Cohen Colby College If, What-If, and So-What: Mixing Metaphors, Conditionals, and Philosophy
Margret E. Grebowicz Emory University Philosophy as Meaningful Science: The Subject and Objective Knowledge in Husserl and Popper
V.A.Iakovlev Moscow State University Philosophic Principles of Creativity
Pablo López   El sentido radical de la técnica SpanishS.gif (1012 bytes)
Constanze Peres   On Using Metaphors in Philosophy
Richard Rickert   Lost in a Paradigm: Dennett's Dangerous Dream
Josef Seifert Internationale Akademie für Philosophie Der Vergessene Protophänomenologe Anselm: Anselm von Canterburys‚ Ontologisches Argument' und die Methode der Realistischen Phänomenologie bon Edmund Husserl bis zur Gegenwart German
John Tomarchio   Computer Linguistics and Philosophical Interpretation
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