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    Louise Nisbet Roberts (1955). Art as Icon; An Interpretation of C. W. Morris. Tulane Studies in Philosophy 4:75-82.
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    Louise Nisbet Roberts (1980). The Role of Analogues In Ballard's Aesthetics. Tulane Studies in Philosophy 29:109-118.
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    Louise Nisbet Roberts (1963). In Defense of Santayana's Theory of Expression. Tulane Studies in Philosophy 12:84-90.
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    Louise Nisbet Roberts (1954). Notes on the Judgment of Taste. Tulane Studies in Philosophy 3:123-132.
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    Louise Nisbet Roberts (1956). Classifications of Supposition in Medieval Logic. Tulane Studies in Philosophy 5:79-86.
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    Louise Nisbet Roberts (1960). Supposition: A Modern Application. Journal of Philosophy 57 (6):173-182.
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    Louise Nisbet Roberts (1958). Is the Study of Aesthetics a Philosophic Enterprise? Tulane Studies in Philosophy 7:129-134.
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    Louise Nisbet Roberts (1953). Every Proposition Is False — A Medieval Paradox. Tulane Studies in Philosophy 2:95-102.
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    Louise Nisbet Roberts (1957). Value as Comparison — A Critique. Tulane Studies in Philosophy 6:95-100.
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    Louise Nisbet Roberts (1966). Knowledge As Hypothesis - A Fourteenth Century Analysis. Southern Journal of Philosophy 4 (2):61-68.
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  11. Louise Nisbet Roberts (1960). A Chimera Is a Chimera: A Medieval Tautology. Journal of the History of Ideas 21 (1/4):273.
     
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