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  • When others fail to comply : Kant on revolution, self-defence, and lying 

    Lo Re, Stefano (University of St Andrews, 2019-12-04) - Thesis
    According to a prominent line of interpretation, Kantians must sometimes choose between leaving individuals defenceless against evil or developing strategies to mitigate the stringency of duties in the face of others’ bad ...
  • Propositional unity and representation : theories of judgement from Kant to Wittgenstein 

    Dankova, Zuzana (University of St Andrews, 2019-06-24) - Thesis
    The aim of the thesis is to provide a fresh look at the beginning of the British analytic tradition, represented by early G. E. Moore and B. Russell and later by a young L. Wittgenstein, and emphasize especially the way ...
  • What justifies belief? : probability, normalcy, and the functional theory 

    Backes, Marvin (University of St Andrews, 2019-06-24) - Thesis
    ‘What justifies belief?’ This question is arguably one of the most important questions in contemporary epistemology. The first part of this study looks at two very different answers to the above question, but ultimately ...
  • An investigation into Moritz Schlick's foundationalist epistemology 

    Healey, Daniel James (University of St Andrews, 2019-06-24) - Thesis
    Moritz Schlick is an influential figure in the history of philosophy, but his place in the narrative is often confined to having been the man who brought great thinkers together, rather than having been a great thinker ...
  • Why there can be a human right to internet access 

    Huang, Zhengyue (University of St Andrews, 2019-06-24) - Thesis
    In this dissertation, I argue that it is possible to claim a standalone natural human right to internet access. The central argument is in Chapter II. I start my argument by analysing the issue of trans-historical universality ...

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