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Authors: HARRISON P
Citation: P. Harrison, NEWTONIAN SCIENCE, MIRACLES, AND THE LAWS OF NATURE, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(4), 1995, pp. 531-553

Authors: BERTI S
Citation: S. Berti, AT THE ROOTS OF UNBELIEF, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(4), 1995, pp. 555-575

Authors: HUNDERT EJ
Citation: Ej. Hundert, MANDEVILLE,BERNARD AND THE ENLIGHTENMENTS MAXIMS OF MODERNITY, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(4), 1995, pp. 577-593

Authors: VIDAL M
Citation: M. Vidal, DAVID AMONG THE MODERNS - ART, SCIENCE, AND THE LAVOISIERS, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(4), 1995, pp. 595-623

Authors: COLLINS SL HOOPES J
Citation: Sl. Collins et J. Hoopes, GIDDENS,ANTHONY AND PEIRCE,CHARLES,SANDERS HISTORY, THEORY, AND A WAYOUT OF THE LINGUISTIC CUL-DE-SAC, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(4), 1995, pp. 625-650

Authors: BUNZL M
Citation: M. Bunzl, TRUTH, OBJECTIVITY, AND HISTORY - AN EXCHANGE PRAGMATISM TO THE RESCUE, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(4), 1995, pp. 651-659

Authors: SMITH BG
Citation: Bg. Smith, WHOSE TRUTH, WHOSE HISTORY, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(4), 1995, pp. 661-668

Authors: HIGHAM J
Citation: J. Higham, THE LIMITS OF RELATIVISM - RESTATEMENT AND REMEMBRANCE, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(4), 1995, pp. 669-674

Authors: APPLEBY J HUNT L JACOB M
Citation: J. Appleby et al., THE LIMITS OF RELATIVISM - RESTATEMENT AND REMEMBRANCE - RESPONSE, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(4), 1995, pp. 675-680

Authors: LANG HS
Citation: Hs. Lang, ARISTOTLE PHYSICS-IV-8 - A VEXED ARGUMENT IN THE HISTORY OF IDEAS, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(3), 1995, pp. 353-376

Authors: PRINCIPE LM
Citation: Lm. Principe, VIRTUOUS ROMANCE AND ROMANTIC VIRTUOSO - THE SHAPING OF BOYLE,ROBERT LITERARY-STYLE, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(3), 1995, pp. 377-397

Authors: GUELZO AC
Citation: Ac. Guelzo, FROM CALVINIST METAPHYSICS TO REPUBLICAN THEORY - EDWARDS,JONATHAN AND DANA,JAMES ON FREEDOM OF THE WILL, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(3), 1995, pp. 399-418

Authors: VANDERZANDE J
Citation: J. Vanderzande, IN THE IMAGE OF CICERO - GERMAN PHILOSOPHY BETWEEN WOLFF AND KANT, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(3), 1995, pp. 419-442

Authors: STAUM M
Citation: M. Staum, PHYSIOGNOMY AND PHRENOLOGY AT THE PARIS ATHENEE, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(3), 1995, pp. 443-462

Authors: MARTIN R BARRESI J
Citation: R. Martin et J. Barresi, HAZLITT ON THE FUTURE OF THE SELF, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(3), 1995, pp. 463-481

Authors: HABER H
Citation: H. Haber, SCHOPENHAUER AS THE EMBODIMENT OF THE SOCRATIC AND POSTMODERN MAN - AN EXAMINATION OF CHARACTER, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(3), 1995, pp. 483-499

Authors: DAVIS JA
Citation: Ja. Davis, PHILOSOPHICAL POSITIVISM AND AMERICAN ATONAL MUSIC THEORY, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(3), 1995, pp. 501-522

Authors: HENDRIX S
Citation: S. Hendrix, MASCULINITY AND PATRIARCHY IN REFORMATION GERMANY, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(2), 1995, pp. 177-193

Authors: RACHUM I
Citation: I. Rachum, THE MEANING OF REVOLUTION IN THE ENGLISH-REVOLUTION (1648-1660), Journal of the history of ideas, 56(2), 1995, pp. 195-215

Authors: DUFFY MH
Citation: Mh. Duffy, MICHELANGELO AND THE SUBLIME IN ROMANTIC ART CRITICISM, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(2), 1995, pp. 217-238

Authors: NEWMAN EL
Citation: El. Newman, THE HISTORIAN AS APOSTLE - ROMANTICISM, RELIGION, AND THE 1ST SOCIALIST HISTORY OF THE WORLD, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(2), 1995, pp. 239-261

Authors: FROHMAN L
Citation: L. Frohman, NEO-STOICISM AND THE TRANSITION TO MODERNITY IN DILTHEY,WILHELM PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(2), 1995, pp. 263-287

Authors: CREMER DJ
Citation: Dj. Cremer, PROTESTANT THEOLOGY IN EARLY WEIMAR GERMANY - BARTH, TILLICH, AND BULTMANN, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(2), 1995, pp. 289-307

Authors: HANKINS J
Citation: J. Hankins, THE BARON THESIS AFTER 40 YEARS AND SOME RECENT STUDIES OF BRUNI,LEONARDO, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(2), 1995, pp. 309-338

Authors: CADDEN J
Citation: J. Cadden, SCIENCE AND RHETORIC IN THE MIDDLE-AGES - THE NATURAL-PHILOSOPHY OF WILLIAM OF CONCHES, Journal of the history of ideas, 56(1), 1995, pp. 1-24
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