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(2006) Papers of the 29th IWS (eds. G. Gasser, Chr. Kanzian, E. Runggaldier) Geltung und Naturalismus Abstract PDF HTML
Tomasz Kubalica
 
(2006) Papers of the 29th IWS (eds. G. Gasser, Chr. Kanzian, E. Runggaldier) Language, world, and structure Abstract PDF HTML
Pentti Määttänen
 
(2001) Papers of the 24th IWS (eds. R. Haller, K. Puhl) 'Description Alone' and the Future of Philosophy Abstract PDF HTML
Daniel D. Hutto
 
(2009) Papers of the 32nd IWS (eds. V. A. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang) Was Wittgenstein a Normativist about Meaning? Abstract PDF HTML
Claudine Verheggen
 
(2006) Papers of the 29th IWS (eds. G. Gasser, Chr. Kanzian, E. Runggaldier) A Naturalistic Method for Therapy not for Science Abstract PDF HTML
Marilena Andronico
 
(2002) Papers of the 25th IWS (eds. Chr. Kanzian, J. Quitterer, E. Runggaldier) Wie man NaturalistInnen (nicht) kontern sollte Abstract PDF HTML
Winfried Löffler
 
(2008) Papers of the 31st IWS (eds. A. Hieke, H. Leitgeb) Transcendental Philosophy and Mind-Body Reductionism Abstract PDF HTML
Christian Helmut Wenzel
 
(2003) Papers of the 26th IWS (eds. W. Löffler, P. Weingartner) Justifications, Exculpations, Causes: Epistemology and Our Image of Nature Abstract PDF HTML
Hilan Bensusan
 
(2008) Papers of the 31st IWS (eds. A. Hieke, H. Leitgeb) Hard Naturalism and its Puzzles Abstract PDF HTML
Zacharoula Renia Gasparatou
 
(2001) Papers of the 24th IWS (eds. R. Haller, K. Puhl) Wittgenstein und die "philosophy of mind" - Warum der Naturalismus nicht falsch, sondern sinnlos ist Abstract PDF HTML
Christian Kanzian
 
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