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  1. Coleen P. Zoller (2015). Roslyn Weiss , Philosophers in Plato’s "Republic": Plato’s Two Paradigms . Reviewed By. Philosophy in Review 35 (1):50-52.
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  2. Coleen P. Zoller (2007). The Pre-Critical Roots of Kant's Compatibilism. Philosophy and Theology 19 (1/2):197-213.
    Although other scholars have pointed out why reading Kant as a compatibilist is superior to interpreting him as a libertarian incompatibilist, the infancy of his unique compatibilism has not been amply addressed. Here I marshal evidence from Kant’s pre-critical works (specifically the Nova Dilucidatio, the Inaugural Dissertation, and “An Attempt at Some Reflections on Optimism”) to demonstrate that what the pre-critical Kant calls ‘freedom’ is consistent with what Kant will later call ‘autonomy.’ Once a pre-critical version of autonomy is acknowledged, (...)
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  3. Coleen P. Zoller (2004). Determined but Free. Philosophy and Theology 16 (1):25-44.
    This paper shows that Thomas Aquinas has a compatibilist position on the freedom of the will, where compatibilism is understood as the doctrine that determinism does not preclude freedom. Thomas’s position concerning free will is compatibilist regarding both the divine and human wills. Thomas pioneers the idea that human freedom is an image of divine freedom. It is on account of the notion that god is the exemplar toward which human beings proceed that it is much easier to understand why, (...)
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  4. Coleen P. Zoller (2004). Platonic Epistemology, Socratic Education: On Learning Platonic Forms. Dissertation, Emory University
    This dissertation concerns Plato's theory of education and the problem of how one can actually acquire knowledge of the Forms. Plato's theory of education aims to make one a good person, which requires knowledge of the Form of the Good. Yet, how exactly one would acquire such knowledge has remained a mystery. Various models of learning are presented by Plato: elenctic refutation ; hypothesis; recollection; the mathematical, dialectical, and political studies of the Republic's curriculum; and diairesis to name just those (...)
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