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MacKeon, Richard P.
MacKeon, Richard Peter
Mc Keon, Richard
Mc Keon, Richard Peter
McKeon, Richard P.
McKeon, Richard Peter
writer of accompanying material
Abaelardus, Petrus (1079-1142)
Abélard, Pierre (1079-1142))
Aristoteles (384-322 a.C.))
Aristotelis, 384 (322 p.m.ē)
Boyer, Blanche Beatrice
Jolles, Otto Jolle Matthijs
MacKeon, Zahava Karl
McKeon, Zahava Karl
Originally presented as the author's thesis, Columbia University
Owen, David B. (1942-..)
Rokkan, Stein (1921-1979))
Aristotle's conception of moral and political philosophy
Augustine to Albert the Great
basic works of [[aristotle]], the
Democracy in a world of tensions : a symposium prepared by UNESCO
Dialectic and political thought and action
edicts of [[asoka]]., the
Entretiens philosophiques d'Athènes, 2-6 avril 1955 [sur le thème: Dialogue et dialectique
Filosofikon sumposion Athēnōn
Freedom and history and other essays : an introduction to the thought of Richard McKeon
Freedom and history : the semantics of philosophical controversies and ideological conflicts.
freedom to read: perspective and program., the
Interrelations of cultures : their contribution to international understanding
Introduction to Aristotle
Introduction to the Philosophy of Cicero
Medicine and philosophy in the eleventh and twelfth centuries : the problem of elements
On knowing--the natural sciences
[[peter abailard]], sic et non: a critical edition.
philosophy of Spinoza, 1928:, The
philosophy of Spinoza, The ; the unity of his thought
philosophy of [[spinoza]]: the unity of his thought., the
Philosophy, science, and culture
pouvoir. T. 1, Le
Rhetoric : essays in invention and discovery
[[roger bacon]] to [[william of ockham]]. vol. 1 of selections from medieval philosophers.
Science and civilization
selected writings of richard mckeon, vol. 1
selected writings of richard mckeon, vol. 2
Selections from medieval philosophers, cop.1958;
Sic et non : a critical edition.
studi umanistici nel mondo attuale., gli
Thought, action, and passion.
Originally presented as the author's thesis, Columbia University, 1928