1. Introduction to a Symposium on Robert C. Neville’s Metaphysics of Goodness
  2. Michael L. Raposa
  3. pp. 1-7
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  1. The Aims of Intensity and Agreement: A Response to Robert C. Neville’s Metaphysics of Goodness
  2. Nathaniel F. Barrett
  3. pp. 8-17
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  1. Placing Goodness: The Concept of “Location” in Neville’s Axiological Naturalism
  2. Lisa Landoe Hedrick
  3. pp. 18-26
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  1. The Metaphysics of Relative Goodness: Or, Recovery of the Axiological Measure
  2. Robert Smid
  3. pp. 27-37
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  1. A Response to Robert C. Neville’s Metaphysics of Goodness: On How to Read the “Ontological Creative Act” As Personal
  2. Tyler Tritten
  3. pp. 38-46
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  1. In Defense of the Metaphysics of Goodness
  2. Robert Cummings Neville
  3. pp. 47-55
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  1. Pragmatism and Ontological Pluralism: Peirce, Cartwright, and Dupré
  2. Elizabeth F. Cooke
  3. pp. 56-81
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  1. Dewey’s Naturalized Epistemology and the Possibility of Sustainable Knowledge
  2. Aaron Stoller
  3. pp. 82-96
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  1. Cultivating the Tension between Singularity and Multiplicity: Nietzsche’s Self and the Therapeutic Effect of Eternal Return
  2. Riccardo Carli
  3. pp. 97-125
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