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  • philosophy of history

    Objectivism and Academe: The Progress, The Politics, and The Promise
    Author: Chris Sciabarra, Subject: Aesthetics, American History, Ancient Philosophy, Artificial Intelligence, Christianity, Cognitive Science, Computer Science, Epistemology, Ethics, Feminism, Intellectual History, Linguistics, Literary Analysis, Mathematics, Medieval Philosophy, Metaphysics, Philosophy of History, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Science, Physics, Politics, Psychology, Self Esteem, Type: Commentary, Online Conference, Size: 29 K, Date: 2001-2-15

    Review of Thucydides "History of the Peloponnesian War"
    Author: Tom Radcliffe, Subject: Philosophy of History, Type: Book Reviews, Size: 9 K, Date: 2000-8-27

    Barthes and Beauvoir on Stasis and History
    Author: Bryan Register, Subject: Philosophy of History, Type: Academic, Undergraduate, Size: 17 K, Date: 1997-4-1

    The Problem of Self-Referentiality in Marx's Historical Materialism
    Author: Diana Mertz Hsieh, Subject: Philosophy of History, Type: Academic, Undergraduate, Size: 9 K, Date: 1995-4-5

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