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Express-O January 17, 1975, Students Of Risd Jan 1975

Express-O January 17, 1975, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

Express-O was a short-lived student newspaper published in early 1975. It was an experimental redesign of the RISD press. The issue of January 17, 1975 included an article about the proposed new building on the RISD campus and the architect Ben Thompson. Also mentioned were the Apparel Department Christmas Ball held in the RISD Refectory and the RISD Tappers, a dance group. Photos and classifieds were also included.


Listing Of The 1975-1976 Sagp Content, Anthony Preus Jan 1975

Listing Of The 1975-1976 Sagp Content, Anthony Preus

The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Science And The Philosophy In Aristotle's Biological Works, Anthony Preus Jan 1975

Science And The Philosophy In Aristotle's Biological Works, Anthony Preus

Philosophy Faculty Scholarship

The contents of this book cover observations and theories, science and philosophy in Aristotle's "Generation of Animals," understanding the organic parts, necessity and purpose in the explanation of nature, notes and a bibliography.


The Meaning Of Resolution As A Reflective Method In The Philosophy Of Thomas Aquinas, Astrid M. O'Brien Jan 1975

The Meaning Of Resolution As A Reflective Method In The Philosophy Of Thomas Aquinas, Astrid M. O'Brien

Research Resources

While the importance of resolution as a reflective method in the philosophy of Thomas Aquinas is generally recognized, relatively little has been written about it, and the few articles devoted to it differ in their conclusions as to its nature and use. It is the aim of this dissertation to analyze the texts in which the term or its synonyms appear in order to discover its fundamental meaning and role as revealed by Thomas’s own statements and practices.

The first chapter notes the divergent meanings which the Latin term resolutio acquired through being used to translate several different Greek ...


Second Annual Midwest Philosophy Colloquium, 1975-1976, University Of Minnesota - Morris. Philosophy Department Jan 1975

Second Annual Midwest Philosophy Colloquium, 1975-1976, University Of Minnesota - Morris. Philosophy Department

Midwest Philosophy Colloquium

Programs for the second Upper Midwest Philosophy Colloquium held at the University of Minnesota Morris in 1975-1976.


A Philosophical Critique Of Certitude According To Newman, James William Lyons Jan 1975

A Philosophical Critique Of Certitude According To Newman, James William Lyons

Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Hume's Account Of Personal Identity, David Pears Jan 1975

Hume's Account Of Personal Identity, David Pears

Philosophic Exchange

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Causation And Memory, David Pears Jan 1975

Causation And Memory, David Pears

Philosophic Exchange

No abstract provided.


The Good Society And The Complexity Of The Structure Of Morality, Hector-Neri Castaneda Jan 1975

The Good Society And The Complexity Of The Structure Of Morality, Hector-Neri Castaneda

Philosophic Exchange

No abstract provided.


Radical Philosophy And Critical Theory: Examination And Defense, Kai Nielsen Jan 1975

Radical Philosophy And Critical Theory: Examination And Defense, Kai Nielsen

Philosophic Exchange

No abstract provided.


Euthanasia - A Christian View, R. M. Hare Jan 1975

Euthanasia - A Christian View, R. M. Hare

Philosophic Exchange

No abstract provided.


Towards A Technoethics, Mario Bunge Jan 1975

Towards A Technoethics, Mario Bunge

Philosophic Exchange

No abstract provided.


Anne De Bretagne (1477-1514) And Music An Archival Study, Stephen Bonime Jan 1975

Anne De Bretagne (1477-1514) And Music An Archival Study, Stephen Bonime

Bryn Mawr College Dissertations and Theses

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Heidegger And Schelling: The Finitude Of Being, Michael Vater Jan 1975

Heidegger And Schelling: The Finitude Of Being, Michael Vater

Philosophy Faculty Research and Publications

No abstract provided.


Transcendental Method And The Crisis Of Historicism, William Joseph Zanardi Jan 1975

Transcendental Method And The Crisis Of Historicism, William Joseph Zanardi

Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Immediate Experience And The Problem Of Expression: A Study In The Philosophy Of Bergson, Jeanne Priley Mclean Jan 1975

Immediate Experience And The Problem Of Expression: A Study In The Philosophy Of Bergson, Jeanne Priley Mclean

Dissertations

No abstract provided.


José Ortega Y Gasset And The Dilemma Of Modern Man, Thomas Bucaro Jan 1975

José Ortega Y Gasset And The Dilemma Of Modern Man, Thomas Bucaro

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Nietzsche's Philosophy Of Play, Lawrence M. Hinman Jan 1975

Nietzsche's Philosophy Of Play, Lawrence M. Hinman

Dissertations

No abstract provided.


The Neglect Of Virtue, Lawrence C. Becker Jan 1975

The Neglect Of Virtue, Lawrence C. Becker

Philosophy Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Hegel And The Concept Of Religion In Greek Tragedy, Barbara Scot Jan 1975

Hegel And The Concept Of Religion In Greek Tragedy, Barbara Scot

Dissertations and Theses

A parallel can be drawn in intellectual development between ancient Greece and late eighteenth century Europe concerning the secularization of the religious myth. This parallel is illustrated in a literary mode in Greece and in a philosophical mode in Europe. In both historical situations the intellectual development of a society was posited in a delicate balance of religious mythical interpretation of human existence and in a growing assertiveness of the self-consciousness of the individual. A significant point of analogy is the similarity of the Greek tragedians’ attempt to define man in relation to the gods and Hegel’s formulation of ...


Judicial Review Of Federal Administrative Action: Quest For The Optimum Forum, David P. Currie, Frank I. Goodman Jan 1975

Judicial Review Of Federal Administrative Action: Quest For The Optimum Forum, David P. Currie, Frank I. Goodman

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

Professors Currie and Goodman present a comprehensive analysis of the variables that must be isolated and weighed in determining the optimum forum for judicial review of administrative action. While the backdrop for this study is the caseload crisis presently confronting the federal courts of appeals, their discussion illuminates the requsites for optimum judicial review generally.

Failing to perceive any compelling reason to single out administrative cases for review (in separate courts, the authors argue against the creation of special administrative appeals courts. Even if such courts were to enjoy broad subject matter jurisdiction over the most demanding aspects of the ...


Nolan Pliny Jacobson Papers - Accession 24, Nolan Pliny Jacobson Jan 1975

Nolan Pliny Jacobson Papers - Accession 24, Nolan Pliny Jacobson

Manuscript Collection

The Nolan Pliny Jacobson Papers consist of biographical data, professional and personal correspondence, and other papers relating to Dr. Jacobson’s research; his relationship with other philosophers, and his interest in oriental religion, philosophy, and the effects of science on the culture of the modern world. Correspondents include Prince Sihanouk, Charles Morris, John and Roberta Dewey, Henry and Laura Weiman, Charles and Dorothy Hartshorne, Kenneth Inada, Haljme Nakamusa, T.I. Dow, Nyanaponika Mahathera, and many other distinguished philosophers of the Western World.


The Influence Of Scottish Sentimentalist Ethical Theory On Thomas Jefferson's Philosophy Of Human Nature, William Parks Jan 1975

The Influence Of Scottish Sentimentalist Ethical Theory On Thomas Jefferson's Philosophy Of Human Nature, William Parks

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Searle And The Nonderivability Thesis, Rick Harrison Jan 1975

Searle And The Nonderivability Thesis, Rick Harrison

Honors Projects

This paper contributes to the defense of the nonderivability thesis; that is, the thesis that no set of purely descriptive statements can entail an evaluative statement. Thus, it is impossible to give objective justification of any value judgment.


John Locke In The German Enlightenment: An Interpretation, Klaus P. Fischer Jan 1975

John Locke In The German Enlightenment: An Interpretation, Klaus P. Fischer

Philosophy Faculty Articles and Research

This article explores the era of the Enlightenment and looks into the philosophical arguments of John Locke.