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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 28, Number 4, October 1997

Internationalism in Philosophy: Models, Motives and Problems
pp. 289-301(13)
Author: Shusterman, Richard

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Can Philosophy be International?
pp. 302-313(12)
Author: Rockmore, Tom

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Philosophy: National and International
pp. 329-345(17)
Authors: Erjavec, Alešs

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On the Special Logic Thesis in Chinese Philosophy
pp. 371-384(14)
Author: Tang, Paul C.L.

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African Philosophy and the Universalist Thesis
pp. 385-396(12)
Author: van Hook, Jay M.

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A French Perspective on Internationalism in Philosophy
pp. 397-403(7)
Author: Delacampagne, Christian

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The Conditions of Philosophy in Totalitarian and Post-Totalitarian Poland
pp. 404-416(13)
Authors: Koczanowicz, Leszek; Chmielwski, Adam J.

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Hegal’s Internationalism: World History and Exclusion
pp. 417-432(16)
Author: Boubia, Fawzi

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Interpreting Heidegger Across Philosophical Traditions
pp. 433-448(16)
Author: Haapala, Arto

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Passport to Duke
pp. 449-455(7)
Author: Bourdieu, Pierre

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Notes on Contributors
pp. 456-458(3)

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