Philosophy - Theses, Dissertations, and other Required Graduate Degree Essays

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The poetics and politics of self-creation : Nietzsche, Rorty, and Foucault

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1993
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Thesis
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Theses (Dept. of Philosophy) / Simon Fraser University
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Thesis (M.A.)

Mental competency and the autonomy of patients

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Date created: 
1993
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Thesis
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Department: 
Theses (Dept. of Philosophy) / Simon Fraser University
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Thesis (M.A.)

The epistemic constraints on an intelligible ontology

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Date created: 
1989
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Thesis
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Department: 
Theses (Dept. of Phiosophy) / Simon Fraser University
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Thesis (M.A.)

Modal logics and generalized inclusion frames

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1985
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Thesis
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Department: 
Theses (Dept. of Philosophy) / Simon Fraser University
Thesis type: 
Thesis (M.A.)

Bertrand Russell's theories of denotation from an Aristotelian perspective

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Date created: 
1994
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Thesis
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Theses (Dept. of Philosophy) / Simon Fraser University
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Thesis (M.A.)

Quine and Davidson on observation sentences

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Date created: 
1994
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Thesis
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Department: 
Theses (Dept. of Philosophy) / Simon Fraser University
Thesis type: 
Thesis (M.A.)

Active and passive euthanasia : a case for moral symmetry

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Date created: 
1993
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Thesis
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Department: 
Theses (Dept. of Philosophy) / Simon Fraser University
Thesis type: 
Thesis (M.A.)

The analog/digital distinction in the philosophy of mind

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Date created: 
1993
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Thesis
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Theses (Dept. of Philosophy) / Simon Fraser University
Thesis type: 
Thesis (M.A.)

Proper names and negative existentials

Date created: 
1980
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Thesis
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Department: 
Simon Fraser University. Theses (Dept. of Philosophy)
Thesis type: 
Thesis (M.A.)