No 30 (2010)

Table of Contents

The Nature of Model-Based Reasoning
Alejandro Ramírez Figueroa 7-28
Can Anomalies Be Treated as Falsifying Instances?
Daian Tatiana Flórez Quintero 29--38
Dilemmas of the Public Nature of Philosophical and Religious Arguments in the Liberalism of John Rawls
Iván Garzón Vallejo 39-64
Heidegger and Kant’s thesis on being. Regarding the conference of 1961
Hardy Neumann Soto 65-84
The Subject as Human Condition: Essays by M. de Montaigne
Antonio Rodríguez Jaramillo 85-105
Knowledge Management: Some Questions over Knowledge Assumptions
Mario Heler 107-125
Person and Mask
Marta Cecilia Betancur García 127-143
From Humanistic-Formation to Integral-Formation: Refl exions about the Displacement of Superior Education’s Sense and Aims
Julio César Vargas 145-167
VÍNCULOS COMUNITARIOS ENTRE SOPHOS Y POLÍTICO EN ARISTÓTELES
Ysis Vélez 169-191
EL FUTURO DE LA FILOSOFÍA. JOHN R. SEARLE
Henry David Pinto Escobar 193-222
UN DÉJÀ-VU NO VISTO. CRÍTICA DEL LIBRO DÉJÀ VU DE REMO BODEI
Julio Alberto Bejarano Hernández 223-231


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