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  1. Ronald C. Hoy (1998). Object and Property Arda Denkel Cambridge Studies in Philosophy New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996, Xii + 262 Pp., $54.95. [REVIEW] Dialogue 37 (03):613-.
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  2. Ronald C. Hoy (1998). Object and Property. Dialogue 37 (3):613-614.
     
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  3. Ronald C. Hoy (1994). Parmenides' Complete Rejection of Time. Journal of Philosophy 91 (11):573-598.
  4. Ronald C. Hoy (1985). The Given of the Self-Presenting. Noûs 19 (September):347-364.
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  5. Ronald C. Hoy (1984). Inquiry, Intrinsic Properties, and the Identity of Indiscernibles. Synthese 61 (3):275 - 297.
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  6. Ronald C. Hoy (1984). Book Review:Time: A Philosophical Analysis T. Chapman. [REVIEW] Philosophy of Science 51 (4):694-.
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  7. Ronald C. Hoy (1982). Ambiguities in the Subjective Timing of Experiences Debate. Philosophy of Science 49 (June):254-262.
  8. Ronald C. Hoy (1980). Dispositions, Logical States, and Mental Occurrents. Synthese 44 (June):207-40.
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  9. Ronald C. Hoy (1978). Becoming and Persons. Philosophical Studies 34 (3):269 - 280.
  10. Ronald C. Hoy (1976). A Note on Gustav Bergmann's Treatment of Temporal Consciousness. Philosophy of Science 43 (4):610-617.
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  11. Ronald C. Hoy (1976). Science and Temporal Experience: A Critical Defense. Philosophy Research Archives 1156.
     
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  12. Ronald C. Hoy (1975). The Role of Genidentity in the Causal Theory of Time. Philosophy of Science 42 (1):11-19.
    A recent version of the causal theory of time makes crucial use of a concept of the genidentity of events when it attempts to define temporal betweenness in terms of empirical, physical properties. By presenting and discussing an apparent counter-example it is argued that the role of genidentity in an empirical theory of time is problematic. In particular, it may be that the temporal behavior of objects is used to decide which events are genidentical, and, if so, the definition of (...)
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  13. Ronald C. Hoy (1973). Cognitive Aspects of Art and Science. Philosophy of Science 40 (2):294-297.
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  14. Ronald C. Hoy (1973). The Unverifiability of Unverifiability. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 33 (3):393-398.
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