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  1. Justin Oakley, Moral Philosophy in Australasia.
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  2. Alastair Wilson, Introduction: Chance and Temporal Asymmetry.
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  3. Robert Sparrow, The Real Force of 'Procreative Beneficence.
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  4. Michael Fagenblat, Levinas, Judaism, Heidegger.
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  5. Robert Sparrow, Moral Technology? Thought Experiments and the Future of `Mind Control.
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  6. Robert Sparrow, What We Can - and Cannot - Learn About the Ethics of Enhancement by Thinking About Sport.
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  7. Robert Simpson & Robert Sparrow, Nanotechnologically Enhanced Combat Systems: The Downside of Invulnerability.
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  8. Catherine Mills, Making Fetal Persons: Fetal Homicide, Ultrasound, and the Normative Significance of Birth.
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  9. John Heil, Accidents, Modes, Tropes, and Universals.
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  10. Christopher Watkin (2014). Proving the Principle of Logic: Quentin Meillassoux, Jean-Luc Nancy, and the Anhypothetical. In Admir Skodo (ed.), Other Logics: Alternatives to Formal Logic in the History of Thought and Contemporary Philosophy. Brill. 26-43.
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  11. Graham Oppy, Leftow on God and Necessity.
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  12. Patrick Emerton, Naturalising Natural Law? Reflections on Martin Krygier's Philip Selznick: Ideals in the World and Kristen Rundle's Forms Liberate: Reclaiming the Jurisprudence of Lon L Fuller.
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  13. Padmasiri De Silva, An Introduction to Buddhist Psychology and Counselling: Pathways of Mindfulness-Based Therapies.
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  14. Anne Elvey, Who is the Greatest?" Reading Luke 22.24-27 Ecologically.
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  15. Sean McQueen, Remote Control Society: Baudrillard and Inversive Utopia.
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  16. Jim Hlavac, Participation Roles of a Language Broker and the Discourse of Brokering: An Analysis of English-Macedonian Interactions.
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  17. Monima Chadha, On Knowing Universals: The Nyaya Way.
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  18. Susan Webb, Using the Experiences of Skilled Migrants to Reflect on Continuing Education Policies for Workforce and Sustainable Development.
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  19. Tamara Prosic, Between Support for the State and its Betrayal: The Contradictions of the Eastern Orthodox Christian Concept of Symphonia.
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  20. Catherine Rigby, On the Spot: In a Eucalypt Forest.
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  21. Carlo Salzani, Review of Mike Budd and Max H Kirsch, Eds. [REVIEW]
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  22. Paul Atkinson, Bergson on Instinct.
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  23. Mark Dibben & Muayyad Jabri, Whitehead and Bakhtin: A Process Conceptualization of Leadership.
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  24. Christopher Watkin, Making Ethical Sense.
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  25. Carlo Salzani (2008). The Aesthetic Paths of Philosophy: Presentation in Kant, Heidegger, Lacoue-Labarthe, and Nancy. [REVIEW] Colloquy 15:287-290.
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  26. Christopher Watkin, Paul Ricoeur and the Threatened Self.
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  27. Kara Gilbert, Gordon Whyte & Andrea Paul, Using Argumentation Standards in the Assessment of Clinical Competence: A Focus on Communication and Reasoning in Medicine.
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  28. Paul Atkinson, Bergson on Multiplicity.
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  29. Carlo Salzani & Gerard Fitzgerald, Introduction: Violence and Critique.
  30. Hrafn Asgeirsson (2012). Vagueness, Comparative Value, and the "Lawmakers' Challenge". Archiv für Rechts- Und Sozialphilosophie 98 (3):299-316.
    In "The Value of Vagueness," Timothy Endicott argues that vague law can be better than precise law. I think he is in many respects correct, but will suggest that we modify and supplement his framework in order to get a firmer grip on what I call the Lawmakers' Challenge: the scenario in which lawmakers find themselves when they must determine whether the consequences of precision are worse than the consequences of vagueness. This will allow us to identify several points of (...)
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  31. Yvette Kendal, There's No One Perfect Girl: Third Wave Feminism and 'The Powerpuff Girls'.
  32. Lynda Chapple (2011). Collaborations in Modern and Postmodern Visual Art: An Overview. Colloquy 21:31-33.
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  33. Paul Komesaroff, Elizabeth Molloy & Paul James, Reconciliation and the Technics of Healing.
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  34. Robyn Horner (2008). Christina M. Gschwandtner, Reading Jean-Luc Marion: Exceeding Metaphysics. [REVIEW] Philosophy in Review 28:334-335.
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  35. Stuart Grant, An Approach to the Affective Dimension of Speaking.
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  36. Catherine Mills, Responding Responsibly: Manderson, Levinas and the Duty of Care in Law.
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  37. Tatjana Visak, Problems Related to Implications and Foundations, and a Suggestion for Improvement - Commentary.
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  38. Michael Ure & Keith Ansell-Pearson, Nietzsche and the Passions.
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  39. Jose Hernandez-Orallo, David Dowe & M. Victoria Hernandez-Lloreda, Universal Psychometrics: Measuring Cognitive Abilities in the Machine Kingdom.
  40. Bridget Pratt, Khin Maung Lwin, Deborah Zion, Francois Nosten, Beatrice Loff & Phaik Yeong Cheah, Exploitation and Community Engagement: Can Community Advisory Boards Successfully Assume a Role Minimising Exploitation in International Research?
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  41. Zdravka Gugleta, Image and Word: Charles Simic's Little Dime-Store Alchemy and 'The Toy'.
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  42. Mohamad Anjomshoa & Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover, 'I Still the Teller and the Told': The Construction of 'I/Eye-Dentity' in Samuel Beckett's The Unnamable.
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  43. John Thrasher, Ordering Anarchy.
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  44. Tatiana Dekterev, The Life and Poetics of Yury Dombrovsky Through Archival Documents and Letters and in the Context of Russian Modernism.
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  45. Michael Ure, Nietzsche's Post-Classical Therapy.
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  46. Lara Jakica, The Problem of Resurrection of Kosovo Mythology in Serbian Popular Culture.
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  47. Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover, From Translinguistics to Transculture and Geneaology: Point of View in the Humanities.
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  48. Richard Lane, Trans as Bodily Becoming: Rethinking the Biological as Diversity, Not Dichotomy.
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  49. Jocelyn Dunphy-Blomfield, Consciousness, Reference and the Speaking Subject in Paul Ricoeur's The Rule of Metaphor.
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  50. Norman Ford, Christian Conscience.
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  51. Christopher Watkin, From Plato to Postmodernism: The Story of the West Through Philosophy, Literature and Art.
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  52. Paul Atkinson, Time, Memory and Movement in Gaspar Noe's Irreversible.
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  53. Catherine Rigby & Axel Goodbody, Introduction.
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  54. Christopher Watkin, Being Just? Ontology and Incommensurability in Nancy's Notion of Justice.
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  55. Christopher Watkin, Phenomenology or Deconstruction? The Question of Ontology in Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Paul Ricoeur and Jean-Luc Nancy.
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  56. Andrew Benjamin, Introduction: "Being on Line".
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  57. Charles Villet, Fanon and Recognition in the Colonial Context.
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  58. Christopher Watkin, Paul Ricoeur and the Possibility of Just Love.
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  59. Russell Blackford, Unbelievable!
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  60. Tony See, Community Without Identity: The Ontology and Politics of Heidegger.
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  61. Graham Oppy, Describing Gods: An Investigation of Divine Attributes.
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  62. Catherine Rigby, Romanticism and Ecocriticism.
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  63. Graham Oppy, Abstract Objects? Who Cares!
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  64. Sharon Bong, The Ecclesia of Women in Asia: Liberating Theology.
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  65. Catherine Rigby, Confronting Catastrophe: Ecocriticism in a Warming World.
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  66. Catherine Rigby, Animal Calls.
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  67. Catherine Rigby, Spirits That Matter: Pathways Toward a Rematerialization of Religion and Spirituality.
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  68. Graham Oppy, Reinventing Philosophy of Religion: An Opinionated Introduction.
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  69. Gerald Gaus & John Thrasher, Social Evolution.
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  70. Sharon Bong, Gender, Sexuality, and Christian Feminist Movements in Asia.
  71. Catherine Rigby, 'Come Forth Into the Light of Things': Material Spirit as Negative Ecopoetics.
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  72. Ian Humberstone & David Makinson, Intuitionistic Logic and Elementary Rules.
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  73. Andrew Bruce Goodman, Parasitic Relations: Thinking Beyond Interactivity.
    This practice-led research questions what more a participatory work might be able to do beyond prescriptive and linear forms of interactivity in art events. The research develops practical applications of Michel Serres’ concept of the ‘parasite’, the inherent noise that disrupts and multiplies within relation. The possibility of self production and modulation in a participatory event and the potential of intensive disruption as a driver of creativity within the events are the basis for this investigation of models of art that (...)
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  74. Jacqueline Broad, Adversaries or Allies? Occasional Thoughts on the Masham-Astell Exchange.
  75. Monima Chadha, Thinking Beings.
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  76. Andrew Benjamin, Including Transformation: Notes on the Art of the Contemporary.
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  77. Inna Semetsky, Where Logic Meets Psychology: Dewey's Philosophy of Mind and Piaget's Genetic Epistemology.
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  78. Robert Savage, Adorno's Philopolemology: The 'Parataxis' Speech as Example.
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  79. Johann Arnason, Alternating Modernities: The Case of Czechoslovakia.
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  80. Mark Manolopoulos (2005). If Creation is a Gift: From Derrida to the Earth. Colloquy 9:108-121.
    In the late 1990s I was introduced to Continental philosophy. I was particularly drawn to Jacques Derrida’s thoughts on the gift. As many of you will know, Derrida’s Given Time scandalously problematized one of our most treasured and – one would think – straightforward phenomena: gift-giving. 2 For those of you unfamiliar with this argument, it goes something like this: the gift is a problem or aporia because, while it is ordinarily understood as that which is given gratuitously , there (...)
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  81. Graham Oppy (2003). From the Tristram Shandy Paradox to the Christmas Shandy Paradox: Reply to Oderberg. Ars Disputandi 3.
    Oderberg is a series of criticisms of Oppy . Oppy is, in turn, a series of comments on Oderberg . Oderberg claims that he ‘can scarcely find one thing that [Oppy ] says about [Oderberg ] …that is not wrong or confused’ . Restricting myself to the things that I said in Oppy about which Oderberg passes comment, I propose to argue that, in quite large measure, it is actually Oderberg’s criticisms of my comments that are either wrong or confused. (...)
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  82. Karen Green, De Sade, de Beauvoir and Dworkin.
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  83. Andrew Benjamin, The Illusion of the Future.
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  84. Alan Dorin, Metacreation : Art and Artificial Life.
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  85. Nick Trakakis, Becoming Children : The Hidden Meaning of the Incarnation.
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  86. Karen Green, Review of Engaging with Irigaray Ed. Carolyn Burke, Naomi Shor and Margaret Whitford. [REVIEW]
  87. Inna Semetsky, The Complexity of Individuation.
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  88. Lloyd Humberstone, Note on a Lemma of Komori.
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  89. Roland Boer (2004). Althusser, Myth & Genesis 1-3. Journal of Philosophy and Scripture 1 (2).
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  90. David Askew, Sugi Sakae's Theory of "Social Individualism".
  91. Leslie Hill (2005). "An Outstretched Hand…": From Fragment To Fragmentary. Colloquy 10:282-296.
    A hand, perhaps yours or mine, hers or his, extends itself or is ex- tended, and reaches out. In that selfsame gesture, or shortly after, it withdraws, retreats, and resists. Not given, not taken: the hand, it seems, has always already eluded our grip. But what is at stake in this meeting or missed encounter, this contact or loss of contact between one hand and another? In other words, what is the reach – the extent, import, and address – of (...)
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  92. Inna Semetsky, Introduction: Experiencing Deleuze.
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  93. Nick Trakakis, Review of Nicholas Rescher, on Leibniz. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2003. [REVIEW]
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  94. Shijun Tong, A Reflective Equilibrium Between Big Questions and Small Particulars-Conceptual Distinctions Between Action and Behavior.
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  95. Chin-Liew Ten, Review of Gerald Dworkin 'Mill's on Liberty: Critical Essays'. [REVIEW]
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  96. Jeanette Kennett, Review: Wallace R Jay, Responsibility and the Moral Sentiments. [REVIEW]
  97. Alan Dorin, On Wonder and Betrayal: Creating Artificial Life Software to Meet Aesthetic Goals.
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  98. Jeff Goldsworthy, Response to Commentators.
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  99. Mazviita Chirimuuta & David Tolhurst, Accuracy of Identification of Grating Contrast by Human Observers: Bayesian Models of V1 Contrast Processing Show Correspondence Between Discrimination and Identification Performance.
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  100. Gregory Barton, Response to Ian S. Markham.
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