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Taxonomic resolution in ecology
Secularism and its discontents: Religion and modernity through the eyes of Maxim Gorky and Vasily Rozanov
Structuralism and mathematical existence
Paraconsistency and deontic logic: Formal systems for reasoning with normative conflicts
Knowing the good life: A narrative approach to subjective well-being
Informational representations of biological function
A conceptual history of equal opportunity: Debating the limits of acceptable inequality in U.S. history
The co-construction of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): Scientific, medical, and social contributions and their consequences
Power shifts: How patient activism shapes the practice of medicine
Taking relationships seriously: The place of personal relationships in Kantian moral theory
Theorizing among ruins: Karl Jaspers and the political theory of boundary situations
On the intellectuals of the future and the left 're-armed'
The business of beneficence: The commodification of the patient-health care provider relationship
Moral intuitions in reflective equilibrium: Applying scientific methodology to ethics
Experiential knowledge: The knowledge of "what it's like"
Baroque Venetian theatre: Dialectics of excess and discipline in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
Warring opinions: An investigation into the sublime aesthetic narratives of contemporary warfare
Modernity and ethics: The ghost of terror in French thought
Proverbs of Hell (and Other Miniatures)
L'Enfant Peuple: Rimbaud, Valles, Literary Politics, and the Legacy of the Commune
The Reward of Virtue: An Essay on the Relationship Between Character and Well-Being
International Law and Global Justice: Why Institutional Features of International Law Matter to Discussions of Global Justice
Rethinking Aesthetic Concepts: Lessons from the Art of Classical Dressage
Individualism and the Aesthetic
Toward "free trade" from Kant's cosmopolitan ideal
Number in Classifier Languages
Committing Ourselves to Nothing: An anti-orthodox view of existential quantifier expressions
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