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  1. Chung-Hwan Chen (1978). On Plato's "Charmides" 165 C 4-175 D 5. Apeiron 12 (1):13 - 28.
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  2. Chung-Hwan Chen (1976). Sophia: The Science Aristotle Sought. G. Olms.
  3. Chung-Hwan Chen (1975). Aristotle's Analysis of Change and Plato's Theory of Transcendent Ideas. Phronesis 20 (2):129-145.
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  4. Chung-Hwan Chen (1972). Analysis of Aristotle's "Met". Θ 6, 1048 a 25- B 9. Apeiron 6 (1):25 - 33.
  5. Chung-Hwan Chen (1972). The «Phaedrus». Studi Internazionali Di Filosofia 4:77-90.
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  6. Chung-Hwan Chen (1964). Universal Concrete, A Typical Aristotelian Duplication of Reality. Phronesis 9 (1):48-57.
  7. Chung-Hwan Chen (1961). On Aristotle's "Metaphysics" k 7, 1064a29: τοῦ ὄντος ᾗ ὂν ϰαὶ χωριστόν. Phronesis 6 (1):53 - 58.
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  8. Chung-Hwan Chen (1958). The Relation Between the Terms ΕΝΕΡΓΕΙΑ and ΕΝΤΕΛΕΧΕΙΑ in the Philosophy of Aristotle. Classical Quarterly 8 (1-2):12-.
  9. Chung-Hwan Chen (1957). Aristotle's Concept of Primary Substance in Books Z and H of the Metaphysics. Phronesis 2 (1):46-59.
  10. Chung-Hwan Chen (1957). On Aristotle's Two Expressions: And. Phronesis 2 (2):148-159.
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  11. Chung-Hwan Chen (1957). On Aristotle's Two Expressions: Καθ᾿ Ὑποϰειμένου Λέγεσθαι and Ἐν Ὑποϰειμένῳ Ἐιναι: Their Meaning in Cat. 2, 1a20-B9 and the Extension of This Meaning. [REVIEW] Phronesis 2 (2):148 - 159.
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  12. Chung-Hwan Chen (1956). Different Meanings of the Term Energeia in the Philosophy of Aristotle. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 17 (1):56-65.
  13. Chung-Hwan Chen (1944). On the Parmenides of Plato. Classical Quarterly 38 (3-4):101-.
    Every student of Plato will be inclined to admit that, among his dialogues, the Parmenides is one of the hardest to understand. The attempt to elucidate it has continued since ancient times, but even to-day we still lack a definitive interpretation. The first part of the dialogue is relatively simple; it is with the second that the great difficulty begins. Two questions are raised: firstly, how this part is to be understood, and, secondly, how it is related to the first (...)
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