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  1. Virgil C. Aldrich, Charles Hartshorne, Harold H. Titus, H. Rensselaer Wilsovann, Patrick Romanell, Woodrow W. Sayre, William S. Minor, Philip Merlan, Y. H. Krikorian, John Herman Randall Jr, James Gutmann, Sidney Hook, Virgil C. Aldrich, C. J. Ducasse & Raphael Demos (1954). Symposium: Are Religious Dogmas Cognitive and Meaningful? Journal of Philosophy 51 (5):145 - 172.
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    William S. Minor (1979). Creativity and the Sciences. Dialectics and Humanism 6 (1):107-109.
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    William S. Minor (1977). Creativity Within Institutions. Dialectics and Humanism 4 (3):65-71.
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    William S. Minor (1979). Creativity and the Sciences. Dialectics and Humanism 6 (1):107-109.
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  5. Virgil C. Aldrich, Charles Hartshorne, Harold H. Titus, H. Van Rensselaer Wilson, Patrick Romanell, Woodrow W. Sayre, William S. Minor, Philip Merlan, Y. H. Krikorian, John Herman Randall, James Gutmann, Sidney Hook, C. J. Ducasse & Raphael Demos (1954). Symposium: Are Religious Dogmas Cognitive and Meaningful? Journal of Philosophy 51 (5):145.
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  6. John A. Broyer & William S. Minor (eds.) (1982). Creative Interchange. Southern Illinois University Press.
    Henry Nelson Wieman’s most distinctive philosophical contributions are his identification of creative interchange as the ultimate process in human experience through which people and their institutions are able to create, sustain, improve, and cor­rect their value perspectives and, equally important, his description of creative inter­change in psychological, sociological, histor­ical, religious, and institutional contexts as subject inquiry and the experimental test of consequences. This massive collection, thirty-three orig­inal essays with an appendix and index, rep­resents the first formal attempt to consider fully (...)
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  7. William Sherman Minor (ed.) (1969). Charles Hartshorne and Henry Nelson Wieman. University Press of America.
     
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