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    Rivas, Gabriel
    This essay applies a Heideggerian understanding of the anti-metaphysical stance of 20th-century philosophy to Percy Shelley's "Mont Blanc." Previous critics have noted many philosophical influences on Shelley, including Platonism and Humean skepticism . . .
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    Tiwari, Devendra Nath
    Philosophy begins with some problem caused by some or the other sense of illusion, doubt, confusion, inconsistency, incompleteness, etc., we confront when we become reflective or self-conscious of in a theorization, or conceptualization on a concept a . . .
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    Tucker, Ericka
    Can we ever justly critique the norms and practices of another culture? When activists or policy-makers decide that one culture’s traditional practice is harmful and needs to be eradicated, does it matter whether they are members of that culture? Give . . .
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    Neville, Robert Cummings
    The essay distinguishes two kinds of ultimate reality, ontological and cosmological. The ontological kind is whatever answers to the question of why there is anything determinate at all. Three great thematic answers have been developed in the world‟s . . .
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    Butti, Elena
    This paper explores a comparison between Heraclitus’ notion of Logos and Lao-Tzu’s notion of Tao(Dao). Since such comparison is not void of controversy, because of the spatial and cultural distance between the authors and the fragmentary nature of the . . .
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    Mishra, A
    Śūnyatā has been one of the most misunderstood terms in the history of philosophy. It has been conceived sometimes as an Absolute and sometimes as pure nothingness. Often it has been identified with truth and most often it has been understood as falsi . . .
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    Seifert, Josef
    While Aristotle does not consider (as Libet) the physical universe causally closed, his understanding of causality is insufficient: 1. Aristotle does not grasp the indispensable role of persons for the “four causes” he distinguishes: Physical efficien . . .
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    Chen, Xunwu
    Victor Hugo claimed: Men live, and things exist. That is to say, human existence is not, and should not be, akin to the existence of things which are merely here or there. Instead, human beings actively live, and should live actively. Yet, what does i . . .
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    Liu, Chuang
    The project aims at finding out whether there is a way among the historical ideas of Chinese philosophy through which we can understand the relationship between a quantum system and its observer that appears puzzling, or even paradoxical, in the simpl . . .
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    Rovira, Rogelio
    “Now if cattle, horses or lions had hands and were able to draw with their hands and perform works like men, horses like horses and cattle like cattle would draw the forms of gods, and make their bodies just like the body each of them had… Africans sa . . .