Issues, 1962–69

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Lewis White Beck
Introduction and Bibliography

Walter Ehrlich
Principles of a Philosophy of the
History of Philosophy

Martial Gueroult
The History of Philosophy as a
Philosophical Problem

John E. Smith
The Reflexive Turn, the Linguistic Turn,
and the Pragmatic Outcome

Hayden V. White
The Tasks of Intellectual History

J.J. Mulhern
Treatises, Dialogues, and Interpretation

J.H. Faurot
What is History of Philosophy?

Paul G. Kuntz
The Dialectic of Historicism and Anti-Historicism

A.N. Prior
Recent Advances in Tense Logic

Henryk Mehlberg
Philosophical Aspects of Physical Time

J.J.C. Smart
Causal Theories of Time

Richard M. Gale
‘Here’ and ‘Now’

C.L. Hamblin
Starting and Stopping

Storrs McCall
Time and the Physical Modalities

Nathaniel Lawrence
Timie Represented as Space

M.K. Rennie
On Postulates for Temporal Order

James W. Garson
Here and Now

Robert Ackermann
The Fallacy of Conjunctive Analysis

Richard Sharvy

David A. Sipfle
On the Intelligibility of the
Epochal Theory of Time

Richard Montague, On the Nature of Certain Philosophical Entities

P. Lorenzen, Logic and Grammar

Jaakko Hintikka, Quantification and the Picture Theory of Language

Joseph Margolis, Some Ontological Policies

K. Stern, Linguistic Reductionism and the Idea of ‘Potential Meaning’

G. Benjamin Oliver, The Ontological Structure of Linguistic Theory

Howard Pospesel, The Nonexistence of Propositions

Laurence Foss, ‘Language, Logic and Ontology: A Probabilistic Account of Truth’

John Bacon, Ontological Commitment and Free Logic

John E. Smith
Time, Times, and the ‘Right Time’;
Chronos and Kairos

Stephen d. Crites
Fate and Historical Existence

L.B. Cebik
Colligation and the Writing of History

Alan Donagan
Alternative Historical Explanations and
Their Verification

George Boas
The Problem of History

Robert G. Shoemaker
Inference and Intuition in Collingwood’s
Philosophy of History

Herman Tennessen
History is Science: Preliminary Remarks Towards an
Empirical, Experimentally Oriented, Behavioural
Science of History

Herbert Morris
Persons and Punishment

Henry David Aiken
Rights, Human and Otherwise

M.P. Golding
Towards a Theory of Human Rights

Hugo Bedau
The Right to Life

Kai Nielsen
Scepticism and Human Rights

Arnold S. Kaufman
A Sketch of a Liberal Theory of
Fundamental Human Rights

W.T. Blackstone
Equality and Human Rights

J.L. Cowan
Purpose and Teleology

David Braybrooke
Taking Liberties with the Concept of Rules

Quentin Gibson
The Limits of Social Prediction

Arnold s. Kaufman
The Aims of Scientific Activity

W.H. Dray
On Explaining How-Possibly

Paul Piccone
Functionalism, Teleology, and Objectivity

Jaegwon Kim
Reduction, Correspondence and Identity

M.B. Zweig
On Self-Consciousness and a Taxonomy of Action

Kenneth Megill
Social Theory and Social Practice

Joseph Owens
Teleology of Nature in Aristotle

Philip Merlan
On the Terms ‘Metaphysics’ and

D.W. Hamlyn
Koine Aisthesis

H.B. Veatch
A Modest Word in Defense of Aristotle’s Logic

James Duerlinger
Drawing Conclusions From Aristotelian Syllogisms

M.H. Mulhern
Types of Process According to Aristotle

John P. Anton
The Meaning of Ο λόγοσ τῆσ οὐσίασ in
Categories 1A

F.A. Siegler
Voluntary and Involuntary

Edward Black
Aristotle’s ‘Essentialism’ and Quine’s
Cycling Mathematician

Rosamond Kent Sprague
The Four Causes:
Aristotle’s Exposition and Ours

Charles Hartshorne
Kant’s Refutation Still Not
Convincing: A Reply

William K. Frankena
Educational Values and Goals:
Some Dispositions to be Fostered

Brand Blanshard
Current Issues in Education

Frederick A. Olafson
Philosophy and the Humanities

Virgil C. Aldrich
The Teacher’s Station and Its Duties

Sterling M. McMurrin
On the Meaning of the Philosophy of Education

Clive Beck
Educational Value Statements

James L. Jarrett
Coming to Know Persons, Including Oneself

Leonard Joseph Waks
Knowledge and Understanding
as Educational Aims

Edmund L. Pincoffs
What Can be Taught?

J.R. Lucas
Satan Stultified:
A Rejoinder to Paul Benacerraf

M.S. Gram
Kant’s First Antinomy

William H. Baumer
Kant on Cosmological Arguments

James Collins
A Kantian Critique of the God-Is-Dead Theme

Charles M. Sherover
Heidegger’s Ontology and the
Copernican Revolution

Jeffrie G. Murphy
Kant’s Concept of a Right Action

Theodore Mischel
Kant and the Possibility of a
Science of Psychology

Stanley G. French
Kant’s Constitutive-Regulative Distinction

S. Körner
The Impossibility of Transcendental Deductions

Jules Vullemin
La Theorie Kantienne de l’espace
a la lumiere de la theorie des groupes
de transformations

Jaakko Hintikka
Kant on the Mathematical Method

W.H. Walsh
Kant on the Perception of Time

Newton Garver
Analyticity and Grammar

S.F. Barker
Appearing and Appearances in Kant

Bella K. Milmed
‘Possible Experience’ and Recent
Interpretations of Kant

Wilfrid Sellars
Kant’s Views on Sensibility and Understanding

Max Fisch
Peirce’s Progress from Nominalism:
Toward Realism

Preston Warren
Realism 1900–1930:
An Emerging Epistemology

N. Melchert
The Independence of the Object
in Critical Realism

Francis Parker
Realism?Without Error?

Andrew Reck
Realism in Santayana’s Life of Reason

Neal Klausner
C.A. Strong: Realist and Panpsychist

John Lachs
The Proofs of Realism

R.M. Martin
On Proper Names and Frege’s Darstellungsweise

Paul Benacerraf
God, the Devil, and Gödel

Henry S. Leonard
Synonymy and Systematic Definitions

Jaakko Hintikka
A Program and a Set of Concepts
for Philosophical Logic

Lucio Chiaraviglio
Pragmatic Significance

Frederic B. Fitch
A Theory of Logical Essences

H. Hiz
Grammar Logicism

John L. Pollock
Logical Validity in Modal Logic

Robert Vorsteg
Definite Descriptions and Existential Entailment

Ninian Smart
Myth and Transcendence

Paul G. Kuntz
What Daedalus Told Ariadine, or,
How to Escape the Labyrinth

Alan Dundes
Metafolklore and Oral Literary Criticism

James Montague Freeman
Myth and Metaphysics in Indian Thought

Douglas Berggren
From Myth to Metaphor

Donald Verene
Cassirer’s View of Myth and Symbol

Frederick Sontag
A Metaphysics of Mythical Meaning

Frank B. Dilley
‘Is Myth Indispensable?’

William L. Rowe
Tillich’s Theory of Signs and Symbols

Richard Koehl
Symbolism and Myth

G.E.L. Owen
Plato and Parmenides on the
Timeless Present

Edward N. Lee
On the Metaphysics of the Image in
Plato’s Timaeus

P.T. Geach
Plato’s Euthyphro:
An Analysis and Commentary

John Ackrill
Plato on False Belief: Theaetetus 187–200

G.E.M. Anscombe
The New Theory of Forms

F.E. Sparshott
Socrates and Thrasymachus

R.E. Allen
A Note on the Elenchus of Agathon:
Symposium 199c–201c

Lynn E. Rose
The Deuteros Plous in Plato’s Phaedo

Michael Scriven
The Objectivity of Aesthetic Evaluation

William H. Capitan
On Unity in Poems

H. Osborne
Reasons and Description in Criticism

H. Morris-Jones
The Logic of Criticism

Joel J. Kupperman
Reasons in Support of
Evaluations of Works of Art

Gary Stahl
An Inductive Model for Criticism

Emilio Roma III
The Scope of the Intentional Fallacy

Patrick Wilson
The Need to Justify

Martin Eshleman
Aesthetic Experience, the Aesthetic
Object and Criticism

John Wild
The Concept of Existence

D.P. Dryer
The Concept of Existence in Kant

Normal J. Wells
Existence: History and Problematic

George Bosworth Burch
The Hindu Concept of Existence

Jaakko Hintikka
Studies in the Logic of
Existence and Necessity

G.E. Scott
Quine, God, and Modality

Robert T. Sandin
The Concept of Reality and the
Elimination of Metaphysics

Richard M. Gale
Existence, Tense, and Presupposition

Patricia Crawford
Existence, Predication, and Anselm

Neil Cooper
Ontological Commitment

William H. Baumer
Ontological Arguments Still Fail

Archie J. Bahm
Nonreductionistic Existentialism

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Lewis W. Beck
Agent, Actor, Spectator, and Critic

Kurt Baier
Action and Agent

Peter Winch
Universalizability of Moral Judgements

Alisdair MacIntyre
Pleasure as a Reason for Action

David L. Perry
Prediction, Explanation and Freedom

Dwight Van de Vate, Jr.
Disagreement as a Dramatic Event

Arthur W. Munk
The Self as Agent and Spectator

Rem B. Edwards
Agency Without a Substantive Self

Duane H. Whittier
Causality and the Self

Thomas M. Olshewsky
A Third Dogma of Empiricism

Herbert Spiegelberg
A Phenomenological Approach to the Ego

Vere C. Chappell
Ego and Person: Phenomenology or Analysis

Roderick M. Chisholm
Notes on the Awareness of the Self

Vere C. Chappell
Response to Professor Chisholm

Herbert Spiegelberg
Rejoinder to Vere Chappell and
Roderick Chisholm

Robert G. Turnbull
Linguistic Analysis, Phenomenology, and the
Problems of Philosophy: An Essay in Metaphilosophy

Richard Schmitt
Heidegger’s Analysis of ‘Tool’

Chauncey Downes
On Husserl’s Approach to Necessary Truth

Paul G. Kuntz
Order in Language, Phenomena, and Reality:
Notes on Linguistic Analysis, Phenomenology,
and Metaphysics

Eugene Gendlin
What Are the Grounds of Explication?:
A Basic Problem in Linguistic Analysis
and in Phenomenology

Henry W. Johnstone, Jr.
Self-Refutation and Validity

Duane H. Whittier
Basic Assumption and
Argument in Philosophy

D.c. Yalden-Thomson
Remarks about Philosophical Refutations

Ian Philip McGreal
An Analysis of Philosophical Method

Sid B. Thomas, Jr.
Is the Appeal to Ordinary Usage Ever
Relevant in Philosophical Argument?

Arnold Levison
The Concept of Proof

William Sacksteder
Inference and Philosophic Typologies

Charles Hartshorne
From Colonia Beginnings to
Philosophical Greatness

Audrey L. MacDonald
Peirce’s Logic: An Objective
Study of Reasoning

William H. Hay
John Dewey on Freedom and Choice

Jerome Ashmore
Some Difficulties in Santayana’s Ontology

Garry M. Brodsky
Dewey on Experience and Nature

T.R. Martland
Dewey’s Rejection and
Acceptance of a Metaphysic

Robert L. Holmes
The Development of John Dewey’s
Ethical Thought

S. Morris Eames
Primary Experience in the Philosophy of
John Dewey

John Lachs
Santayana’s Philosophy of Mind

Max H. Fisch
A Chronicle of Pragmatism, 1865–1879

Robert Palter
Copernicanism, Old and New

Milton K. Munitz
On the Use of ‘Universe’ in Cosmology

Milic Capek
Simple Location and
Fragmentation of Reality

Adolf Grünbaum
The Anisotropy of Time

Eugene P. Wigner
Two Kinds of Reality

Sewall Wright
Biology and the Philosophy of Science

Herman S. Forest & Thomas Morrill
Biological Expansion?Perspective on Evolution

Isaac Levi
Belief and Action

J.N. Findlay
Hegel’s Use of Teleology

George A. Schrader
Hegel’s Contribution to Phenomenology

George L. Kline
Some Recent Reinterpretations of
Hegel’s Philosophy

Wilhelm Seeberger
The Political Significance of
Hegel’s Concept of History

Thomas N. Munson
An Interpretation of Hegel’s
Political Thought

H.S. Harris
Review of Periodical Literature on Hegel

Richard Taylor
Can a Cause Precede Its Effect?

May Edel & Abraham Edel
The Confrontation of Anthropology and Ethics

Peter Krausser
A Theory of the Evolution, History, and
Structure of the Human Conscience

T.L. McClintock
The Argument for Ethical Relativism
from the Diversity of Morals

A. Campbell Garnett
Virtues, Rules, and Good Reasons

Paul W. Taylor
The Ethnocentric Fallacy

John Ladd
The Issue of Relativism

A.R. Louch
Anthropology and Moral Explanation

David Bidney
The Two Sources of Culture and Ethics

H.D. Lewis
Buddha and God

A. Boyce Gibson
The Two Strands in Natural Theology

Bowman L. Clarke
Linguistic Analysis and the
Philosophy of Religion

John Riser
Toward the Philosophical Analysis of
Theological Statements

Louis Z. Hammer
Lyric Poetry as Religious Language

Troy Organ
The Language of Mysticism

Niels C. Nielsen, Jr.
“Creation” East and West

John Losee
Two Proposed Demarcations for
Theological Statements

Frederick B. Fitch
The Perfection of Perfection

Gareth B. Matthews
Aquinas on Saying that
God Doesn’t Exist

Robert R. Ehman
On Evil and God

J.N. Findlay
Metaphysics and Affinity

Charles Hartshorne
Present Prospects for Metaphysics

Alan Donagan
Universals and Metaphysical Realism

Norman Malcolm
Memory and the Past

Stephen C. Pepper
A Proposal for a World Hypothesis

Richard Taylor

Stephan Körner
On Empirical Continuity

A. Schild
The Principle of Equivalence

John Archibald Wheeler
The Universe in the Light of
General Relativity

G.J. Whitrow
Is the Physical Universe a
Self-Contained System?

W.H. McCrea
Information and Prediction in Cosmology

Ernest H. Hutten
Methodological Remarks
Concerning Cosmology

Mario Bunge
Cosmology and Magic

Stephen Toulmin
Historical Inference in Science:

Richard Montague
On the Nature of Certain Philosophical Entities

P. Lorenzen
Logic and Grammar

Jaakko Hintikka
Quantification and the Picture Theory of Language

Joseph Margolis
Some Ontological Policies

K. Stern
Linguisitic Restrictionism and the Idea of
‘Potential Meaning’

G. Benhamin Oliver
The Ontological Structure of Linguistic Theory

Howard Pospesel
The Nonexistence of Propositions

Laurence Foss
‘Language, Logic and Ontology: A Problematic
Account of Truth’

John Bacon
Ontological Commitment and Free Logic