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Volume 31 • Number 4

October 2014


Benefits and Communication: Semiotics in Seneca's De Beneficiis 293
Kyle Takaki  
Francis Hutcheson and Adam Ferguson on Sociability 317
Gordon Graham  
A Rebuttal to a Classic Objection to Kant's Argument in the First Analogy 331
David Landy  
Empiricism without the Dogma: Hegel's Critique of Locke's Simple Ideas 347
Jeanne A. Schuler  
The Forgotten Science: Architectonics and Its Importance 369
Richard Atkins  
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