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    • Conceptualism and Objectivity in Locke's Account of Natural Kinds 

      Kuklok, Allison Sara (2013-10-18)
      Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding is considered by many to be the locus classicus of a number of influential arguments for conventionalism, according to which there are no objective, privileged ways of classifying ...
    • On Perception's Role in Aristotle’s Epistemology 

      Gasser, Marc (2015-04-28)
      Aristotle thinks all our knowledge comes from perception. Yet he doesn't say much about the sense in which our knowledge might be based on or derived from the things we perceive. So what exactly does perception contribute ...
    • The Self-Body Problem in Descartes and Malebranche 

      Chamberlain, Colin William (2014-10-21)
      Descartes and Malebranche often seem to argue that the self (or I) is identical to an immaterial thinking substance distinct from the body. But there are also many passages where they insist that the body is part of the ...