Volume 28, Number 2, April 1990

Table of Contents

From: Journal of the History of Philosophy

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What Makes Socrates a Good Man?

pp. 169-179
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Lorenzo Valla and Rudolph Agricola

pp. 181-200
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Reflexive Ideas in Spinoza

pp. 201-211
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Leibniz on Locke on Weakness of Will

pp. 213-228
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Nietzsche, Dühring, and Time

pp. 229-250
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What is the Legacy of Instrumentalism? Rorty's Interpretation of Dewey

pp. 251-269
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Notes and Discussions

Anonymous Writings of David Hume

pp. 271-281
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Book Reviews

Women and the Ideal Society: Plato's "Republic" and Modern Myths of Gender (review)

pp. 283-284
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Philoponus and the Rejection of Aristotelian Science (review)

pp. 284-286
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Boethius of Dacia: On the Supreme Good, On the Eternity of the World, On Dreams (review)

pp. 286-287
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Later Medieval Philosophy (1150-1350): An Introduction (review)

pp. 288-289
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Francis Bacon's Natural Philosophy: A New Source, and: Francis Bacon's Philosophy of Science: An Account and a Reappraisal, and: Science, Faith, and Politics: Francis Bacon and the Utopian Roots of the Modern Age: A Commentary of Bacon's "Advancement of Learning" (review)

pp. 289-293
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Puerta del cielo (review)

pp. 293-295
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The Breakdown of Cartesian Metaphysics (review)

pp. 296-297
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Gassendi the Atomist: Advocate of History in an Age of Science (review)

pp. 297-299
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L'anti-humanisme au XVIIe siècle (review)

pp. 299-301
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Hume in der deutschen Aufklärung. Umrisse einer Rezeptionsgeschichte (review)

pp. 301-304
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The Scottish Enlightenment and the Theory of Spontaneous Order (review)

pp. 304-305
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The End of Philosophy, the Origin of "Ideology": Karl Marx and the Young Hegelians (review)

pp. 305-307
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Peirce's Theory of Scientific Discovery: A System of Logic Conceived as Semiotic (review)

pp. 307-308
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The Bergsonian Controversy in France, 1900-1914 (review)

pp. 308-310
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Wittgenstein's City (review)

pp. 310-311
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Books Received

Books Received

pp. 312-317
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Announcement

Announcement

p. 319
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