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  1. Josef Seifert (forthcoming). Abortion and Euthanasia as Legal and as Moral Issues: Some Reflections on the Relationship Between Morality, Church and State. Bioethics Update, Proceedings of 1987 Annual Conference on Bioethics, St. Vincents Bioethics Centre, Melbourne.
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  2. Josef Seifert & John F. Crosby (2014). True Love. St. Augustines Press.
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  3. Josef Seifert & John Finnis (2014). Christian Philosophy and Free Will. St. Augustines Press.
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  4. Josef Seifert (2013). Back to 'Things in Themselves': A Phenomenological Foundation for Classical Realism. Routledge.
    In an enlightening dialogue with Descartes, Kant, Husserl and Gadamer, Professor Seifert argues that the original inspiration of phenomenology was nothing other than the primordial insight of philosophy itself, the foundation of philosophia perennis . His radical rethinking of the phenomenological method results in a universal, objectivist philosophy in direct continuity with Plato, Aristotle and Augustine. In order to validate the classical claim to know autonomous being, the author defends Husserl's methodological principle "Back to things themselves" from empiricist and idealist (...)
     
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  5. Josef Seifert (2011). In Defense of Free Will. The Review of Metaphysics 65 (2):377-407.
    Libet considers “positive free voluntary acts” as mere illusions, admitting free will only as Veto. This essay shows seven ways by which we can gain evident knowledge about positive and negative free will, through: (1) the immediate evidence of free will in the cogito, (2) the light of the necessary essence of free will, (3) the experience of moral “oughts” in whose experience freedom is co-given, (4) any denial of human free will entails its assertion or recognition, (5) the objects (...)
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  6. Josef Seifert (2007). Philosophical Reflections on Justice, Humanitarianism, and Other Requirements for a Global Culture of Peace. Journal of Chinese Philosophy 34 (3):359–378.
  7. Josef Seifert (2005). A vontade como perfeição pura e a nova concepção não-eudemonística do amor segundo Duns Scotus. Veritas 50 (3).
    Este estudo tem por objeto a filosofia scotista dos transcendentais, em especial a filosofia dos transcendentais como “perfeições puras”. Isso levará a uma consideração particular da “liberdade” como uma perfeição pura, bem como à concepção de um novo conceito de amor, não presente no eudemonismo aristotélicotomístico. PALAVRAS-CHAVE – Duns Scotus. Filosofia dos transcendentais. Perfeições puras. Liberdade. Amor. Crítica ao eudemonismo. ABSTRACT The object of this study is Scotus’s philosophy of the transcendentals, particularly the philosophy of the transcendentals as “pure perfections”. (...)
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  8. Josef Seifert (2005). Scheler on Repentance. American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 79 (1):183-202.
    The author studies Scheler’s essay, “Repentance and Rebirth,” gathering together and interpreting all the insights of Scheler on repentance, and often reading them in the light of Dietrich von Hildebrand’s work in the philosophy of religion. The author examines Scheler’s critique of the reductionist accounts of repentance as well as Scheler’s own account. He gives particular attention to one basic problem in Scheler’s account of repentance, namely, a tendency to let forgiveness arise in the repentant person simply by the force (...)
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  9. Josef Seifert (2004). Consciousness, Mind, Brain, and Death. In C. Machado & D. Shewmon (eds.), Brain Death and Disorders of Consciousness. Plenum. 61--78.
  10. Josef Seifert (1998). Texts and Things. Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association 72:41-68.
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  11. Josef Seifert (1995). Platón y lafenomenología realista. Para una Reforma Crítica del Platonismo. Logos: Anales Del Seminario de Metafísica 29:149-170.
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  12. Josef Seifert (1995). ¿Qué Es Filosofía?: La Respuesta de la Fenomenología Realista. Anuario Filosófico 28 (1):91-108.
    What is philosophy? This question (in this case, a philosophical question) deals with the problem of philosophy as a science. The philosophy origin is the "admiration at universal". Husserl's Phenomenology wants to resolve this question searching an "a priori" sintetic. This is not the kantian answer, non a subjective answer. It is a new consideration of experience as the author wants to show.
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  13. Josef Seifert (1995). The Nature and Seven Goals of Medicine1. Aletheia 7:321.
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  14. Josef Seifert (1995). Was ist Philosophie? Die Antwort der Realistischen Phänomenologie. Zeitschrift für Philosophische Forschung 49 (1):92 - 103.
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  15. Josef Seifert (1994). Intrinsic Right - Intrinsic Wrong?: A Critical Examination of an Old Ethical Debate in Contemporary German Theology. Cogito 8 (3):255-264.
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  16. Josef Seifert (1993). Is 'Brain Death' Actually Death? The Monist 76 (2):175-202.
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  17. Josef Seifert (1992). Dietrich von Hildebrands philosophische Entdeckung der'Wertantwort'und die Grundlegung der Ethik'. Aletheia: International Yearbook of Philosophy: Truth and Value 5.
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  18. Josef Seifert (1992). Si Deus Est Deus, Deus Est: Reflections on St. Bonaventure's Interpretation of St. Anselm's Ontological Argument. Franciscan Studies 52 (1):215-231.
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  19. Josef Seifert (1987). Back to Things in Themselves: A Phenomenological Foundation for Classical Realism: A Thematic Study Into the Epistemological-Metaphysical Foundations of Phenomenological Realism, a Reformulation of the Method of Phenomenology as Noumenology, a Critique of Subjectivist Transcendental Philosophy and Phenomenology. Routledge & K. Paul.
    PREFACE Towards the end of his important article 'What is Phenomenology?" Adolf Reinach writes: When we wish to break with all theories and constructions in ...
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  20. Josef Seifert (1985). Kant y Brentano contra Anselmo y Descartes. Reflexiones sobre el argumento ontologico. Thémata: Revista de Filosofía 2:129-147.
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  21. Josef Seifert (1984). Esse, Essence, and Infinity. New Scholasticism 58 (1):84-98.
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  22. Josef Seifert (1983). Is Reinach's Apriorische Rechtslehre More Important for Positive Law Than Reinach Himself Thinks. Aletheia 3:197-230.
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  23. Josef Seifert (1982). Is the Existence of Truth Dependent Upon Man? Review of Metaphysics 35 (3):461 - 481.
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  24. Josef Seifert (1977). Answer To "Disputed Questions" Concerning "Essence And Existence". Aletheia 1:467-480.
    In answer to jordan's "disputed questions" the reasons why gilsonianism has been chosen as interlocutor are clarified; the analogous character of the "transcendental sense" of essence and the "primary sense" (first analogate) of essence ((1) "essence of and in really existing beings," (2) ideal and immutable eide, (3) essence of the absolute, real and eternal being) are further elucidated. The main arguments in the essay for "ideal essences" are further explained and the main charges answered by the speculative attempt to (...)
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  25. Josef Seifert (1977). Essence and Existence. Aletheia 1 (11):17-157.
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  26. Josef Seifert (1970). „Kritik am Relativismus und Immanentismus in E. Husserls. Cartesianischen Meditationen'. Die Äquivokationen im Ausdruck. transzendentales ego'an der Basis jedes transzendentalen Idealismus. [REVIEW] Salzburger Jahrbuch für Philosophie 14:85-109.
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