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  1. Gerald Cator (1934). Itinerarium Mentis in Deum. Philosophy 9 (34):182 - 194.
    Prefatory. The Logic of Theism .–Our world, the thing or complex of things, which is continuous and co-ordinate with our present perception, is self-transcendent. The proof is from observation, from our reactions, which are often more sensitive than our direct observations, from the testimony of philosophers, expert psychologists, and poets . To say that our world is self-transcendent is to say that it presents itself to our minds as indigent of some sort of supplement or complement having some sort of (...)
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  2. Gerald Cator (1928). The Euclidean Theory of Knowledge. Mind 37 (146):210-214.
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  3. Gerald Cator, C. E. M. Joad & H. J. Paton (1926). Symposium: Error. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 27:213 - 242.
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  4. Gerald Cator (1922). The One and the Many. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 23:39 - 54.
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  5. Gerald Cator (1919). The Nature of Inference. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 20:25 - 39.
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  6. Gerald Cator (1918). Theism as an Intellectual Polity. Philosophical Review 27 (5):489-501.
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  7. Gerald Cator (1911). Reality as a System of Functions. Mind 20 (79):342-356.
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  8. Gerald Cator (1908). Id Quo Majus Cogitari Nequit. The Monist 18 (4):517-543.
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  9. Gerald Cator (1908). Scholastic God-Idea Of. By Paul Carus. The Monist 18:632.
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  10. Gerald Cator (1907). The Structure of Reality. Mind 16 (61):54-69.
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