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  1. A. P. Ushenko (1937). Negative Prehension. Journal of Philosophy 34 (10):263-267.
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  2. A. P. Ushenko (1957). An Addendum to the Note on the Liar-Paradox. Mind 66 (261):98.
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  3. A. P. Ushenko (1953). The Principles of Causality. Journal of Philosophy 50 (4):85-101.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1937). A New "Epimenides". Mind 46 (184):549-550.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1950). A Note on Whitehead and Relativity. Journal of Philosophy 47 (4):100-102.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1955). Metaphor. Thought: A Journal of Philosophy 30 (3):421-439.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1955). A Note on the Liar-Paradox. Mind 64 (256):543.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1961). Pictorial Movement. British Journal of Aesthetics 1 (2):44-61.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1931). Ambiguity in Functions and Propositions. The Monist 41 (4):633-635.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1956). A Note on Russell and Naive Realism. Journal of Philosophy 53 (25):819-820.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1948). The Solipsist Phenomenon. Philosophical Review 57 (5):505-508.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1954). Truth in Science and in Philosophy. Philosophy of Science 21 (2):101-117.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1936). The Many-Valued Logics. Philosophical Review 45 (6):611-615.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1949). A Note on the Concept of Power. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 9 (4):782-784.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1941). Book Review:An Inquiry Into Meaning and Truth B. Russell. [REVIEW] Philosophy of Science 8 (3):391-.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1937). A Note on Universals. Philosophical Review 46 (5):538-539.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1936). Predication of Existence. Journal of Philosophy 33 (15):408-412.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1954). The Counterfactual. Journal of Philosophy 51 (13):369-383.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1942). The Problem of Causal Inference. Philosophy of Science 9 (2):132-138.
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    L. Jonathan Cohen & A. P. Ushenko (1960). The Field Theory of Meaning. Philosophical Quarterly 10 (41):383.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1941). Class and Number. Philosophy of Science 8 (3):338-351.
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    A. P. Ushenko (1939). The Calculus of Propositions and Self-Contradiction. Philosophical Review 48 (3):322-325.
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  23. A. P. Ushenko (1939). Images in Art. Philosophy 14 (53):59 - 67.
    Objective communication—the principal aim of languages of any kind—meets with its greatest measure of success in science and art, which can both be precise, and therefore immune to misunderstanding born of vagueness or ambiguity, by giving specific expression to ideas. But, paradoxically, in order to reach specificity science and art must be developed along two opposite directions: in the first technical terminology replaces imagery-bearing words, in the second images are cultivated to the utmost. The scientist's procedure is entirely justified. For (...)
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  24. Paul Henle & A. P. Ushenko (1937). The Many-Valued Logics. Journal of Symbolic Logic 2 (1):58.
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  25. C. H. Langford & A. P. Ushenko (1937). Predication of Existence. Journal of Symbolic Logic 2 (1):57.
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  26. E. N. & A. P. Ushenko (1937). The Philosophy of Relativity. Journal of Philosophy 34 (9):245.
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  27. E. N. & A. P. Ushenko (1936). The Theory of Logic. Journal of Philosophy 33 (14):387.
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  28. A. P. Ushenko, George Eastgate & F. L. Cross (1937). Correspondence. Philosophy 12 (48):507 - 508.
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