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    Four Philosophical Problems: God, Freedom, Mind, and Perception. [REVIEW]John J. Gaine - 1964 - Philosophical Studies 13:260-261.
    Considerable problems face any writer who sets out to write an introduction to Philosophy. Pearl has grasped the nettle firmly and has limited his discussion to the four major topics named in the title. His choice of an order is possibly dictated by his desire to win the interest of his readers: it corresponds to a progression from problems of interest to the man in the street to the problems of perception, which are perhaps more likely to strike the amateur (...)
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    Gilbert Foliot and His Letters.John J. Gaine - 1967 - Philosophical Studies 16:306-306.
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    Institutiones Philosophiae Cura Et Studio Quorumdam Professorum Pontificii Athenaei Salesiani. Introductio in Philosophiam Et Logica.John J. Gaine - 1963 - Philosophical Studies 12:202-212.
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    Institutiones Philosophiae Cura Et Studio Quorumdam Professorum Pontificii Athenaei Salesiani. II. Critica Cognitionis.John J. Gaine - 1964 - Philosophical Studies 13:261-273.
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    Peter of Spain.John J. Gaine - 1965 - Philosophical Studies 14:209-209.
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    The Infinite God and the Summa Fratris Alexandri.John J. Gaine - 1965 - Philosophical Studies 14:208-208.
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    Giovanni Gentile: L’Esprit, la Vérité, Et L’Histoire. [REVIEW]John J. Gaine - 1964 - Philosophical Studies 13:325-325.
    The title of this work indicates its scope and general character. The texts, which consist of fairly considerable continuous extracts, are set out in seven divisions: Fundamental Ideas of Actualism, Self-Consciousness, Logos and Truth, Experience, Art and Religion, History and Historism, Individual and Society, four of which are taken from the author’s Introduzione alla filosofia. Professor Sciacca contributes a largely biographical 6-page preface, which praises Gentile’s philosophy of Actualism as metaphysically superior to Phenomenology and Existentialism. The translator adds an 8-page (...)
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    Giovanni Gentile.John J. Gaine - 1964 - Philosophical Studies 13:325-325.
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    The Infinite God and the Summa Fratris Alexandri. [REVIEW]John J. Gaine - 1965 - Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 14:208-208.
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    II Est Un Dieu.John J. Gaine - 1966 - Philosophical Studies 15:307-308.
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    II Est Un Dieu. [REVIEW]John J. Gaine - 1966 - Philosophical Studies 15:307-308.
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    Die Metaphysik Im Mittelalter.John J. Gaine - 1965 - Philosophical Studies 14:206-208.
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    Die Metaphysik Im Mittelalter. [REVIEW]John J. Gaine - 1965 - Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 14:206-208.
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    Peter of Spain. [REVIEW]John J. Gaine - 1965 - Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 14:209-209.
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    Gilbert Foliot and His Letters. [REVIEW]John J. Gaine - 1967 - Philosophical Studies 16:306-306.
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