philosophy: reference: stanford-encyclopedia-of-philosophy: Page 11
Below is a listing of categories in the SKR pertaining to philosophy: reference: stanford-encyclopedia-of-philosophy: Page 11
Stoicism was one of the new philosophical movements of the Hellenistic period. By Dirk Baltzly.
Stoicism (Added: Thu Jan 01 2004) ID 116471
To say that propositions are structured is to say that they are complex entities, entities having parts or constituents. By Jeffrey C. King.
Structured Propositions (Added: Thu Jan 01 2004) ID 116546
By Greg Restall of Macquarie University.
Substructural Logics (Added: Thu Jan 01 2004) ID 116536
Introduced by Jon Pérez Laraudogoitia from the University of the Basque Country.
Supertasks (Added: Thu Jan 01 2004) ID 116553
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy entry on the subject, with a detailed description, application areas and a bibliography.
Temporal Logic (Added: Thu Jan 01 2004) ID 116499
The Epsilon Calculus
Discussion of David Hilbert's development of this type of logical formalism with emphasis on proof-theoretic methods; by Jeremy Avigad and Richard Zach.
The Epsilon Calculus (Added: Thu Jan 01 2004) ID 116596
The Free Rider Problem
Philosophical issues related to collective action; by Russell Hardin.
The Free Rider Problem (Added: Thu Jan 01 2004) ID 116717
The Hole Argument
The hole argument is an attempt to illustrate how spacetime substantivalism causes errors in a large class of spacetime theories. By John D. Norton of the University of Pittsburgh.
The Hole Argument (Added: Thu Jan 01 2004) ID 116512
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