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  • Thought and predication in Frege and Russell 

    Pereira Mestre Da Conceicao, Jose Manuel (2023-06-12) - Thesis
    This dissertation offers a reappraisal of how Russell’s views about thought and predication around the time of his Principles of Mathematics relate to Frege’s own theorizing about those topics. It does so by telling a story ...
  • Time, self-consciousness, and categorial unity 

    Satija, Atul (2023-06-12) - Thesis
    These essays are an attempt to elucidate the notion of a category, which, broadly speaking, is a concept that accounts for the manner in which the constituents of experience are combined or held together. The relation of ...
  • From evidence to underdetermination : essays in the way of scepticism 

    Savino, Paolo (2023-06-12) - Thesis
    Scepticism about justification is the view that justification is impossible. Underdetermination scepticism is scepticism that turns on the idea that our beliefs are underdetermined by the evidence relative to certain ...
  • Working for each other : an account of the need for work in society 

    Thomas, Deryn Mair (2023-06-12) - Thesis
    This dissertation evaluates a need for work. In doing so, it addresses a neglected topic – by systematically exploring the concept of work and its relation to basic needs – and situates that contribution in the context of ...
  • Identifying oneself as an element of the objective order : Nagel's question and Evans' response 

    McGrath, Jack Dylan (2023-06-12) - Thesis
    Frege leaves us with a task: to elucidate the fundamental character of the way in which we know which spatio-temporal particular is in question when we use the first person by formulating a semantic account of the first ...

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