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    Peirce’s Epistemology.William Hatcher Davis - 1972 - The Hague: M. Nijhoff.
    This work is an essay in Peirce's epistemology, with about an equal emphasis on the "epistemology" as on the "Peirce's." In other words our intention has not been to write exclusively a piece of Peirce scholarshiJ> hence, the reader will find no elaborate tying in of Peirce's epistemology to other portions of his thought, no great emphasis on the chronology of his thought, etc. Peirce scholarship is a painstaking business. His mind was Labyrinthine, his terminology intricate, and his writings are, (...)
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  2. Philosophy of Religion.William Hatcher Davis - 1969 - Abilene, Tex., Biblical Research Press.
  3. The Freewill Question.William Hatcher Davis - 1971 - The Hague: M. Nijhoff.
    This book is the result of a discontent on my part with (r) the super ficial and offhand way many determinists set forth their arguments, without the slightest hint of the difficulties which have been raised against those arguments, and (2) the fact that the chief and best argu ments of the libertarians are scattered allover the literature and are seldom if ever brought together in one package. may be taken as an effort to gather into one place Mostly this (...)
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