No 38 (2014)

Table of Contents

THE CAUSALITY FROM HUME TO KANT: FROM THE ABSOLUTE DISSOLUTION OF THE CONCEPT TO ITS CONSTITUTION AS LAW HTML
Arnaldo Ponce Andaur, Héctor Muñoz Valdés 7-25
SPINOZA’S ITINERARY IN 1663. SOME PROBLEMS RELATED TO TEMPORALITY IN THE PRINCIPLES OF CARTESIAN PHILOSOPHY, THE METAPHYSICAL THOUGHTS AND THE “LETTER ON THE INFINITE” HTML
Guillermo Sibilia 27-51
ANÁLISIS DE LA TAREA DE SELECCIÓN POR MEDIO DE UNA SEMÁNTICA TEMPORAL HTML
Miguel López Astorga 53-70
LANGUAGE AND CONSTITUTIVE FEATURES IN JOHN SEARLE: CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDY OF THE MENTAL PROCESSES HTML
Nelson Jair Cuchumbé Holguín 71-87
THE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY OF MORAL JUDGMENT. ABOUT THE CAUSES OF COUNTER-INTUITIVE RESPONSES TO MORAL DILEMMAS HTML
Alejandro Rosas, Andrea Arciniegas, Esteban Cavides, Alejandra Arciniegas 89-106
THE PEIRCE’S MODAL SHIFT: PRAGMATICISM AND REAL POSSIBILITY HTML
Julian Fernando Trujillo Amaya 107-121
DOES THE PHILOSOPHY HAVE A CHRIST ? PROBLEMS RELATED TO THE DELEUZIAN HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY HTML
Axel Cherniavsky 123-145
THE ROLE OF THE OPINION OF THE PREDECESSORS IN THE ARISTOTELIAN CONCEPTION OF PHILOSOPHY, ESPECIALLY IN THE EARLY BOOKS OF THE METAPHYSICS HTML
Claudia Seggiaro 147-174
IS NOMINALISM NECESSARILY CONNECTED TO A VOLUNTARIST CONCEPTION OF NATURAL LAW? OCKHAM’S AND HOBBES’ CASE HTML
Carlos Isler Soto 175-200
DELEUZE AS PLATO´S READER HTML
Valeria Sonna 201-223
CLOSURE INTUITIONS AND RESTRICTION PDF HTML
Leandro De Brasi 225-248
LA INDEPENDENCIA: RECEPCIÓN DE IDEAS Y CONSTRUCCIÓN DE MITOS
Edwin Cruz Rodríguez 251-255


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