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|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|
|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|
|John Tomarchio||Computer Linguistics and Philosophical Interpretation|
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