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  1. R. W. Sharples & S. V. Keeling (2003). Perspectives on Greek Philosophy S.V. Keeling Memorial Lectures in Ancient Philosophy, 1992-2002. Monograph Collection (Matt - Pseudo).
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  2. R. W. Sharples & S. V. Keeling (eds.) (1993). Modern Thinkers and Ancient Thinkers: The Stanley Victor Keeling Memorial Lectures at University College London, 1981-1991. Westview Press.
  3. S. V. Keeling (1942). Critical Notice. Mind 51 (204):374-383.
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  4. S. V. Keeling (1942). New Books. [REVIEW] Mind 51 (204):375-377.
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  5. S. V. Keeling (1942). ROSENFIELD, L. C. -From Beast-Machine to Man-Machine. [REVIEW] Mind 51:388.
  6. S. V. Keeling (1942). VERSFELD, M. - An Essay on the Metaphysics of Descartes. [REVIEW] Mind 51:374.
     
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  7. S. V. Keeling (1941). George Dawes Hicks. Mind 50 (199):306-309.
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  8. S. V. Keeling (1941). Obituary Notices: G. D. Hicks. Mind 50:306.
     
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  9. S. V. Keeling (1939). Critical Notices. Mind 48 (191):75-85.
    Burgess, J.P. and Rosen, G. Subject with No ObjectElliott, R.Faking Nature.
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  10. S. V. Keeling (1939). ROTH, L. - Descartes' Discourse on Method. [REVIEW] Mind 48:366.
     
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  11. S. V. Keeling (1938). Mctaggart's Nature of Existence, Vol. I. Comments and Amendments. Mind 47 (188):547-550.
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  12. S. V. Keeling (1938). McTaggart's Notes on the Nature of Existence, Vol. I. Mind 47:547.
     
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  13. S. V. Keeling (1937). Le réalisme de Descartes et le role Des natures simples. Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale 44 (1):63 - 99.
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  14. S. V. Keeling (1936). No Title Available: New Books. [REVIEW] Philosophy 11 (43):354-356.
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  15. S. V. Keeling (1936). Philosophy in France: Some Recent Contributions on the Formation of Greek Thought. Philosophy 11 (41):86 - 91.
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  16. S. V. Keeling (1936). Philosophy in France: PHILOSOPHY. Philosophy 11 (41):86-91.
    History and Legend are, Professor Robin believes, traditionally misconceived in being conceived as in conflict. To write history is either to destroy utterly the claim of some legend to be veridical, or else to rediscover, behind what is imaginary or fabulous in it, indications of what the facts really were. Such is the accredited view. But, asks M. Robin, is not legend, on the contrary, a positive element in history? And he answers in effect that nowhere is legend more regular, (...)
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  17. S. V. Keeling (1936). Philosophical Studies. Philosophical Review 45 (2):218-219.
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  18. S. V. Keeling (1936). Descartes: An Examination of Some Features of His Metaphysics and Method. By W. A. Merrylees, M.A., B.Litt. (Melbourne University Press, in Association with the Oxford University Press. 1934. Pp. Xxviii + 330. Price 12s. 6d.). [REVIEW] Philosophy 11 (43):354-.
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  19. S. V. Keeling (1936). Philosophy in France: Recent Interpretation of Cartesianism. Philosophy 11 (43):336 - 340.
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  20. S. V. Keeling (1935). Philosophy in France: Some After-Thoughs of M. Bergson. Philosophy 10 (39):355 - 359.
    To the bulk of the British reading public ‘contemporary French philosophy’ would seem to be interchangeable with ‘the works of M. Bergson.’ And it can scarcely be otherwise when, as an erudite correspondent of Le Temps relates, Paris now prints in a week one million books—as many as were printed annually in the reign of the Roi Soleil. For the proportion of these devoted to philosophy is not small. One voracious reader and professor of philosophy in Switzerland, Monsieur J. Benrubi (...)
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  21. S. V. Keeling (1935). La Notion de Renaissance Dans l'Histoire de la Philosophie. By Émile Bréhier (Oxford: Clarendon Press. London: Humphrey Milford. 1934. Pp. 32 Price 2s.). [REVIEW] Philosophy 10 (37):115-.
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  22. S. V. Keeling (1935). Professor Broad's "Examination of McTaggart's Philosophy". Philosophy 10 (39):343 - 354.
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  23. S. V. Keeling (1934/1970). Descartes. Westport, Conn.,Greenwood Press.
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  24. S. V. Keeling (1934). Philosophy in France: M. Le Roy on Intuitive Thought. Philosophy 9 (35):343 - 347.
    In his two volumes on Intuitive Thought Professor Edouard Le Roy continues his idealistic interpretation of spiritual creativity, and turns from its ‘products’ manifested in biological and human evolution to consider its most intimate character, as it is ‘lived through’ or directly experienced in intuitive and inventive thinking. The whole plan and its execution are determined by two characteristic themes of Bergsonism—intuition and the dynamical schema—though these are repensès in a quite original way. “Intuitive thought” and “metaphysical thought,” M. Le (...)
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  25. S. V. Keeling (1934). Philosophy in France: M. Le Roy's Interpretation of Evolution. Philosophy 9 (33):89 - 93.
    In his two volumes on Intuitive Thought Professor Edouard Le Roy continues his idealistic interpretation of spiritual creativity, and turns from its ‘products’ manifested in biological and human evolution to consider its most intimate character, as it is ‘lived through’ or directly experienced in intuitive and inventive thinking. The whole plan and its execution are determined by two characteristic themes of Bergsonism—intuition and the dynamical schema—though these are repensès in a quite original way. “Intuitive thought” and “metaphysical thought,” M. Le (...)
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  26. S. V. Keeling (1934). Cartesian Mechanism. Philosophy 9 (33):51 - 66.
    1. Those having a detailed and first-hand knowledge of Descartes’s work seem agreed that it was highly original, genuinely critical and of permanent importance in the history of thought. And though they would differ in opinion on what are the reasons best advanced in support of their estimate, a majority would seem to regard the “Cartesian revolution” as summing up what is most meritorious in Descartes’s philosophy and most lasting in his influence. They would find Professor E. Gilson speaking their (...)
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  27. John Mctaggart Ellis Mctaggart & S. V. Keeling (1934). Philosophical Studies, by the Late J. Mct. Ellis Mctaggart. E. Arnold & Co.
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  28. S. V. Keeling (1933). Critical Notices. Mind 42 (165):75-85.
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  29. S. V. Keeling (1933). GILSON, E. - Études Sur le Rôle de la Pensée Médiévale Dans la Formation du Système Cartésien. [REVIEW] Mind 42:75.
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  30. S. V. Keeling (1933). Mctaggart. Mind 42:544.
     
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  31. S. V. Keeling (1933). Notes. Mind 42 (168):544.
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  32. S. V. Keeling (1933). Philosophy in France. Philosophy 8 (31):345 - 349.
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  33. S. V. Keeling (1933). Correspondence. Philosophy 8 (32):508-.
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  34. S. V. Keeling (1932). No Title Available: PHILOSOPHY. Philosophy 7 (27):341-343.
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  35. S. V. Keeling (1932). Philosophy in France: The Latest Phase of M. Bergson's Philosophy. Philosophy 7 (27):327 - 331.
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  36. S. V. Keeling (1932). La Mentalité Primitive. By L. Lévy-Bruhl. The Herbert Spencer Lecture, Delivered at Oxford, May 29, 1931. (Oxford: At the Clarendon Press. 1931. Pp. 27. [REVIEW] Philosophy 7 (27):346-.
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  37. S. V. Keeling (1932). Some Dogmas of Religion. By John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart Litt.D., Sometime Fellow and Lecturer of Trinity College in Cambridge. Second Edition. With an Introduction by C. D. Broad, Litt.D. (London: Edward Arnold. 1930. Pp. Lii + 299. Price 6s.). [REVIEW] Philosophy 7 (27):341-.
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  38. S. V. Keeling (1931). Philosophy in France: Cournot and Renouvier. Philosophy 6 (23):365 - 370.
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  39. S. V. Keeling (1931). Philosophical Survey. Philosophy 6 (23):365-.
    There are, I imagine, five considerations that will serve as a point d'appui to the future historian of our century's philosophy, aiding him to interpret with fair adequacy the working faith and working postulates of one large and influential group of present thinkers. The members of this group, he will point out, however much they differ in other respects, accept in common and act upon this five-fold assumption, namely, that progress in philosophy depends upon it abandoning its traditional claim to (...)
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  40. R. I. Aaron, L. J. Russell, S. V. Keeling, H. J. Paton, W. D. Lamont, T. E. Jessop, V. W. & A. C. Ewing (1930). New Books. [REVIEW] Mind 39 (155):376-394.
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  41. T. E. Jessop, H. F. Hallett, Michael B. Foster, F. C. S. Schiller, James Drever, H. R. Mackintosh, Rex Knight, S. V. Keeling & E. J. Thomas (1930). New Books. [REVIEW] Mind 39 (153):101-120.
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  42. S. V. Keeling (1930). Critical Notices. Mind 39 (156):75-85.
    Burgess, J.P. and Rosen, G. Subject with No ObjectElliott, R.Faking Nature.
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  43. S. V. Keeling (1930). DOROLLE, M. -Les Problèmes de l'Induction. [REVIEW] Mind 39:116.
  44. S. V. Keeling (1930). New Books. [REVIEW] Mind 39 (153):375-377.
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  45. S. V. Keeling (1930). PAULHAN, F. -Les Puissances de l'Abstraction. [REVIEW] Mind 39:382.
     
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  46. S. V. Keeling (1930). Philosophy in France: Cartesiana. Journal of Philosophical Studies 5 (19):435-440.
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  47. S. V. Keeling (1930). Philosophy in France: Philosophical Survey. Philosophy 5 (17):94-104.
    To the bulk of the British reading public ‘contemporary French philosophy’ would seem to be interchangeable with ‘the works of M. Bergson.’ And it can scarcely be otherwise when, as an erudite correspondent of Le Temps relates, Paris now prints in a week one million books—as many as were printed annually in the reign of the Roi Soleil. For the proportion of these devoted to philosophy is not small. One voracious reader and professor of philosophy in Switzerland, Monsieur J. Benrubi (...)
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  48. S. V. Keeling (1930). Substance, The Problem Of. [REVIEW] Mind 39:496.
     
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  49. S. V. Keeling (1930). Identity and Reality. By Émile Meyerson. Authorized Translation by Kate Loewenberg. Library of Philosophy. (London: Allen & Unwin Ltd. 1930. Pp. 495. Price 16s. Net.). [REVIEW] Philosophy 5 (19):467-.
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  50. S. V. Keeling (1929). Logic and Reasoning. Ernest Benn Ltd.
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