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  1. Christos Y. Panayides (2014). Priority in Aristotle's Metaphysics, by Michail Peramatzis. Mind 123 (489):230-235.
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  2. Christos Y. Panayides (2012). Aristotle on Incidental Causes and Teleological Determinism. Journal of Philosophical Research 37:25-50.
    In Metaphysics E. 3. 1027a29–30 Aristotle states that there are some causes, the incidental ones, that are generable and destructible but they have no coming to be. Furthermore, he asserts that if we deny this thesis, then we will have to give into determinism . There are three persistent puzzles surrounding this chapter. First, what does it mean to say that a cause is generable and destructible but it has no coming to be? Second, what exactly is the connection between (...)
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  3. Christos Y. Panayides (2012). Aristotle on Incidental Causes and Teleological Determinism: Resolving The Puzzles of Metaphysics E. 3. Journal of Philosophical Research 37:25-50.
    In Metaphysics E. 3. 1027a29–30 Aristotle states that there are some causes, the incidental ones, that are generable and destructible but they have no coming to be. Furthermore, he asserts that if we deny this thesis, then we will have to give into determinism . There are three persistent puzzles surrounding this chapter. First, what does it mean to say that a cause is generable and destructible but it has no coming to be? Second, what exactly is the connection between (...)
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  4. Christos Y. Panayides (2012). Taking Another Look at Aristotles Future Sea Battle. Bochumer Philosophisches Jahrbuch Fur Antike Und Mittelalter 14 (1):125-156.
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  5. Christos Y. Panayides (2010). Anaximander and the Multiple Successive Worlds Thesis A Discussion Note. Organon F 17 (3):288-302.
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  6. Christos Y. Panayides (2009). Aristotle and the Early Megarians An Interpretation of Metaphysics Θ. 3. Philosophical Inquiry 31 (3-4):77-102.
  7. Christos Y. Panayides (2009). Aristotle on Causal Determinism and Fatalism. Ancient Philosophy 29 (1):107-122.
  8. Christos Y. Panayides (2007). Aristotle on Truth, by Paolo Crivelli. Ancient Philosophy 27 (2):444-447.
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  9. Christos Y. Panayides (2007). Gerhard Seel (Ed.), Ammonias and the Seabattle, Texts, Commentary and Essays. Philosophical Inquiry 29 (3-4):84-89.
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  10. Christos Y. Panayides (2007). On Parmenidean Ontology. Philosophical Inquiry 29 (1-2):1-33.
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  11. Christos Y. Panayides (2005). Ammonius and the Seabattle. Ancient Philosophy 25 (2):474-478.
  12. Christos Y. Panayides & Richard N. Bosley (2003). Metaphysics E. 2-3 and the Accidental. Philosophical Inquiry 25 (3-4):135-150.
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  13. Christos Y. Panayides (2002). Aristotle on Artifacts. Ancient Philosophy 22 (2):435-439.
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  14. Christos Y. Panayides (1999). Aristotle's De Interpretatione. Ancient Philosophy 19 (2):416-421.
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  15. Christos Y. Panayides (1999). Aristotle on the Priority of Actuality in Substance. Ancient Philosophy 19 (2):327-344.
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