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    Program Philosophy Paper Sessions

    Ancient Philosophy FRITZ MARTI, Southern Illinois University, Chairman

    EDWARD M. GALLIGAN, University of North Carolina T h e Theory of Socrates Dream and the Analysis of Logos.

    What Plato Does with Words. JAMES W. DYE, Northern Illinois University Can First Principles Be Known? SHANNON DUBOSE, Tulane University

    History of Philosophy WILLIAM H. ROBERTS, Chairman

    Natural Belief in the Philosophy of Hume. THOMAS K. HEARN, JR.,

    Kant, Hegel and Cassirer: The Origin of the Philosophy of Symbolic Forms.

    A Critical Analysis of Ralph Barton Perrys Definition of Value. GENE G.

    College of William and Mary

    DONALD P. VERENE, Northern Illinois University

    JAMES, Memphis State University

    Philosophy of Science and Social Science RICHARD L. BARBER, University of Louisville, Chairman

    Bergsons Theory of Matter and Modem Cosmology. PETE GUNTER, The

    Counterfactuals : Metalinpistic Statements or Condensed Arguments? JOHN

    Metaphors, Analogies, Teleological, Concepts, and History, L. B. CEBIK,

    University of Tennessee

    J. YOUNG, University of Virginia

    University of Georgia

    Ethics I FRANK A. MacDONALD, College of William and Mary, Chairman

    Evaluation and Normation. THOMAS M. OLSHEWSKY, University of

    Two Concepts of Conscienre. JOHN T. GRANROSE, University of Georgia The New Compatibilitism and Human Astion. WILLIAM E. MORRIS,


    University of Virginia Phenomenol3ogy

    EDWARD SCHUH, University of Miami, Chairman The Adequacy and Adequation. JOHN SCANLON, St. Marys Dominican

    Preconceptuality. CHARLES E. SCOTT, Vanderbilt University Phenomenology and Music: A Critique of Visual Metaphor. F. J, SMITH,


    Kent State University Epistemology

    CHARLES A. BAYLIS, Duke University, Chairman Hypothetic Inference in Systematic phi lo sop^. DONALD S. LEE, Tulane

    Do Logical Relations Preclude Causal Relations? W. R. CARTER, University University

    of Virginia 200


    Knowledge of Other Selves. EDWARD H. HENDERSON, L o u i s i i State University

    Philosophy of Language VIRGIL ALDRICH, University of North Carolina, Chairman

    Language and Implication. JASON XENAKIS, Louisiana State University An Analysis of Presupposing. JOHN F. POST. Vanderbilt University Wittgenstein on Contradiction. ROBERT L. ARRINGTON, Georgia State

    College Ethics II

    DONALD W. SHERBURNE, Vanderbilt University, Chairman How Values Adhere to Facts: An Outline of a Theory. WALTRAUT J.

    Is Effort of Will a Basis for Moral Freedom? JOHN HOWIE, University of

    Utilitarian Forgiveness. J. E. BARHART, North Texas State University

    STEIN, University of Georgia

    Southern Illinois

    Philosophy of Mind PAUL G. KUNTZ, Emory University, Chairman

    Ambiguity and Intensionality. MAX HOCUTT, University of Alabama The Logic of Mental Concepts and the Mind-Body Problem. MICHAEL

    The First-Person Robot Problem. DWIGHT VAN DE VATE, JR., University HODGES, University of Tennessee

    of Tennessee Philosophy of Religion

    JOHN KUIPER, University of Kentucky, Chairman A New Program for Religious Language: The Transformational Generative

    Whiteheads God: Agent of Perishing. JAMES R. SIMMONS, Univemity

    Some Fundamental Inconsistencies in Fletchers Situation Ethics. ROBERT V.

    Grammar. EARL R. MacCORMAC, Davidson College

    of South Carolina

    ANDELSON, Auburn College

    PHILOSOPHY SYMPOSIUM Are There Any Human Rights?

    Main Speaker: WILLIAM T. BLACKSTONE, University of Georgia IREDELL JENKINS, University of Alabama PETER HEATH, University of Virginia

    DONALD C. HODGES, Florida State University, Chairman

    ADDENDUM: DR. JERRY H. GILL, Review: God-Talk: Getting O n With It . Volume VI,

    N. 2, Summer, 1968. Dr. Gill is Assistant Professor at Southwestern at Memphis.

    Correction: Note error on page 122 of Volume VI, No. 2: Religious Dismurse should be Christian Discourse by Ian T. Ramsey.



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