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  1. Robert Leet Patterson (1977). Adventures in the Philosophy of Religion.
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  2. Robert Leet Patterson (1973). Irrationalism and Rationalism in Religion. Westport, Conn.,Greenwood Press.
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  3. Robert Leet Patterson (1970). A Philosophy of Religion. Durham, N.C.,Duke University Press.
     
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  4. Robert Leet Patterson (1965). Plato on Immortality. University Park, Pennsylvania State University Press.
     
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  5. Robert Leet Patterson (1965). The Status of the Self in Pluralistic Idealism. Philosophical Forum 23:12.
     
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  6. Robert Leet Patterson (1958). An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion. New York, Holt.
     
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  7. Robert Leet Patterson (1952/1973). The Philosophy of William Ellery Channing. [New York,Ams Press.
  8. Robert Leet Patterson (1943). Professor Laird and the Cosmological Argument. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 24 (4):372.
     
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  9. Robert Leet Patterson (1941). Dr. Broad's Refutation of Mctaggart's Arguments for the Unreality of Time. Philosophical Review 50 (6):602-610.
  10. Robert Leet Patterson (1940). Mysticism and Experience. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 21 (4):374.
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  11. Robert Leet Patterson (1936). The Argument From Motion in Aristotle and Aquinas. New Scholasticism 10 (3):245-254.
  12. Robert Leet Patterson (1935). A Natural Approach to Philosophy. [REVIEW] Ancient Philosophy 45:157.
     
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  13. Robert Leet Patterson (1933/1976). The Conception of God in the Philosophy of Aquinas. Richwood Pub. Co..
    At the beginning of the thirteenth century the recovery by western Christendom from the Arabs, Jews and Greeks of the metaphysical treatises of Aristotle, and their translation into Latin, caused a ferment in the intellectual world comparable to that produced by Darwin in the nineteenth century. To vindicate traditional methodoxy Albertus Magnus undertook to harmonize the doctrines of the Church with the Peripatetic philosophy, and this work was carried to its conclusion by his pupil, St Thomas Aquinas, with such success (...)
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  14. Robert Leet Patterson (1931). McTaggart's Contribution to the Philosophy of Religion. Philosophy 6 (23):323 - 335.
    The title of this paper may, at first glance, somewhat surprise the casual reader. That the writings of a philosopher who was, by his own confession, an atheist should contain a trenchant critique of the theistic position is only to be expected; but the suggestion that any positive contribution to the philosophy of religion can be found in them may appear somewhat startling, and even paradoxical.
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