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    Perception and Externality in Whitehead’s Enquiry.Fernando R. Molina - 1971 - Process Studies 1 (3):183-193.
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    Fragments by C. I. Lewis on Probablity, Practical Certainty, and Congruence.Fernando R. Molina - 1983 - Philosophy Research Archives 9 (9999):186-201.
    Prepared with the cooperation and assistance of Sara Timby, Stanford University Libraries, this edition contains papers that were still on C. I. Lewis' desk at the time of his death. Especially noteworthy is the fragment entitled "On Probability" in which Lewis directs his attention to the subject of past experiences, which, although now beyond recall, are regarded as having played a role in the fomation of our beliefs. Also included are notes on thought regarded as action, on the Kantian postulate (...)
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    Notes by C. I. Lewis on Royce's Theory of Categories.Fernando R. Molina - 1983 - Philosophy Research Archives 9 (9999):174-185.
    C.I. Lewis wrote in his autobiography that the "general tenor" of his thought --conceptual pragmatism—may have "taken shape" under the influence of Josiah Royce. This study contains excerpts from lecture notes by Lewis taken in a course on logic taught by Royce. Juxtaposed with these excerpts are references to Lewis' early works. "The similarity of content between the excerpts and points later made by Lewis can be taken as evidence that Royce indeed had a massive influence on the young C.I. (...)
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    Notes by C. I. Lewis on Empirical Knowledge, Phenomenology, and Related Topics.Fernando R. Molina - 1980 - Philosophy Research Archives 6:427-442.
    The C. I. Lewis Collection at Special Collections, Stanford University, contains papers and letters which update or expand upon topics discussed by C. I. Lewis during his professional career. This edition of Lewis' reflections on topics related to empirical knowledge and phenomenology is intended to make those materials readily available to scholars and philosophers interested in the philosophy of C. I. Lewis or in those topics represented here.
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    C. I. Lewis’ Notebook on Kant, 1910-11.Fernando R. Molina - 1981 - Philosophy Research Archives 7:368-430.
    This edition is of a notebook prepared by C.I. Lewis during 1910-11. The text covers the "predicament" of philosophy at the time of Kant, The Critique of Pure Reason, and The Metaphysic of Morals. The highly detailed discussion of the Critique was "based on" Lewis' own outlines made in the Kant course conducted by Ralph Barton Perry.
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    A Reconstruction of C. I. Lewis’ Lectures on Kant.Fernando R. Molina - 1981 - Philosophy Research Archives 7:24-88.
    Notes by Dr. Robert Gahringer, who was C.I. Lewis' assistant at Harvard, Dr. Francis H. Parker, and those of the editor were used to reconstruct Lewis' lectures in Phil. 130, Kant, as those lectures were presented at Harvard in the late 40's and early 50's. The test of the reconstruction includes a detailed discussion of European epistemology in the period before Kant in addition to Lewis' interpretation of Kant's epistemology, critique of metaphysics, theology, and a brief presentation of his moral (...)
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    A Reconstruction of C. I. Lewis’ Lectures on Epistemology.Fernando R. Molina - 1981 - Philosophy Research Archives 7:134-170.
    Notes by Dr. Robert Gahringer, who was C.I. Lewis' assistant at Harvard, Dr. Francis H. Parker, and those of the editor were used to reconstruct Lewis' lectures in Phil. 130, Kant, as those lectures were presented at Harvard in the late 40's and early 50's. The test of the reconstruction includes a detailed discussion of European epistemology in the period before Kant in addition to Lewis' interpretation of Kant's epistemology, critique of metaphysics, theology, and a brief presentation of his moral (...)
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  8. Collingwood on Philosophical Methodology.Fernando R. Molina - 1957 - Ideas 4:1-14.
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    Existentialism as Philosophy.Fernando R. Molina - 1962 - Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall.
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  10. The Sources of Existentialism as Philosophy.Fernando R. Molina - 1969 - Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall.
     
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