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DOI: 10.1111/b.9781405106795.2004.00004.x


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Cajetan, Thomas de Vio (1468–1534) calculus calculus of classes, calculus of individuals, calculus ratiocinatur, Calvin, John (1509–64) Calvinism Cambridge change Cambridge Platonists Campanella, Tommaso (1586–1639) Camus, Albert (1913–60) Canguilhem, Georges (1904–95) canon canonical notation Cantor, Georg (1845–1918) Cantor's paradox capital punishment cardinal virtues care caring Carlyle, Thomas (1795–1881) Carnap, Rudolf (1891–1970) Carroll, Lewis (1832–98) Cartesian circle Cartesian dualism Cartesianism Cartwright, Nancy (1943–) cash-value Cassirer, Ernst (1874–1945) casuistry categorematic, categorical imperative categorical proposition categorical syllogism, categoricity category category mistake catharsis causa sui causal analysis of mental concepts causal determinism causal deviance, causal dualism, causal explanation causal theory of action causal theory of knowledge causal theory of meaning, causal theory of perception, causal theory of reference causalism, causality, causality, principle of causation cause causes, four cause in fact, cave, simile of the cement of the universe censorship central-state materialism central-state theory of mind, certainty ceteris paribus chance change character characterizing term, charity Chinese room argument Chisholm, Roderick (1916–99) choice, Chomsky, Noam (1928–) chronological logic, Chrysippus (c.280–c.208 bc) Church, Alonzo (1903–95) ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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