No 35 (2012)

Table of Contents

The Ethos of Separation and Adverbial Morality in Michael Oakeshott HTML
Juan Antonio González de Requena Farré 13-39
DISPUTES OF ARISTOTLE AND DIODORUS CRONUS ON LOGICAL NECESSITY HTML
Laura Liliana Gómez Espíndola 41 - 59
FUTURE CONTINGENTS, BIVALENCE AND EPISTEMIC INDETERMINISM HTML
Rafael Miranda Rojas 61 - 84
Neoracionalism and metaethics HTML
Nicolás Zavadivker 85 - 98
THE PRINCIPLE OF LOGICAL CLOSURE OF KNOWLEDGE AND SKEPTICISM HTML
Mauricio Zuluaga Cardona 99 - 112
THE SUBSTANTIAL KNOWLEDGE THE SOUL HAS OF ITSELF: AN INTERPRETATION FROM THE AUGUSTINIAN STAND IN THE DE TRINITATE HTML
Bernardita Navarro Cruz 113 - 131
THE PHILOSOPHICAL CONTRIBUTION OF GADAMER AND TAYLOR TO DEMOCRACY: ATTITUDE OF OPEN DIALOG AND RECOGNITION RECÍPROCO HTML
Nelson Jair Cuchumbé Holguín 133 - 151
BIOLOGISM, HIERARCHY AND CRITIQUE OF CULTURE IN NIETZSCHE HTML
Eduardo Álvarez González 151-185
The Mysterious Life of Power. The Importance of the Concept of “Power” to the Development of the Agambenian Concept of Life HTML
Paula Fleisner 187 - 210
HEIDEGGER AND THE PROBLEM OF LIFE BEYOND A BOTANY OF PLANTS HTML
Bernardo Ainbinder 211 - 236
Finkish Dispositions HTML
María José García-Encinas 239 - 255
Cicero on decorum and the morality rhetoric HTML
Christian Felipe Pineda Pérez 257 - 282
LA NORMALIDAD DEL DESACUERDO HTML
Diana Marcela Patiño Rojas, John Alexander Giraldo 283 - 301
Libertad de conciencia: el ataque a la igualdad de respeto + “Vivir en democracia implica respetar el derecho de las personas a elegir estilos de vida con los que no estoy de acuerdo” HTML
Rodrigo Laera 305 - 309
Never Pure: Historical Studies of Science as if It was Produced by People with Bodies, Situated in Time, Space, Culture, and Society, and Struggling for Credibility and Authority. HTML
Javier Toro 311 - 315


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