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Our collection of academic papers includes several large works written in fulfillment of the requirements of Doctoral, Master's, and Bachelor's degree programs. The existence of these works is not widely-known. Yet they are not only important inroads of objective thinking into mainstream academia, but they are also an invaluable resource for both students and casual readers. We're proud to bring these theses to light, and encourage you to submit your own theses and papers. We hope that these resources will assist you with your own research. Please respect all copyrights; these people have worked hard for their degrees, and share their products with us at some risk.
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Identity and Universals: A
Conceptualist Approach to Logical, Metaphysical, and Epistemological
Problems of Contemporary Identity Theory
Epistemic Circularity: an essay
on the problem of meta-justification
Foundationalism: A Direct Realist and Developmental Account,
Geometry: a Possible Foundation for a Theory of Gravity
Between Instinct and
Habit: The Role of Dispositions in Moral Decision-Making
The Logic and Validity
of Emotional Appeal in Classical Greek Rhetorical Theory