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Tuesday, June 05, 2007

[URL] Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Projected Table of Contents

(Found while looking for a précis of Aristotle's metaphora.)

(Have I mentioned that I didn't get too much of this philosophy/sociology/lit stuff when I was getting my biology/chemistry degree? I feel like such a dunce at times. ...)

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