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How should public health and public health lawyers react to the threat of terrorist attacks, including the possible use of a biological agent as a weapon, so-called “bioterrorism?”
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Pragmatism and HumanismPragmatism and Humanism
It never occurs to most of us even later that the question ’what is the truth?’ is no real question
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Economic lessons for eastern europe from latin americaEconomic lessons for eastern europe from latin america
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EpistemologyEpistemology
Epistemology is concerned with the definition of knowledge and related concepts, the sources and criteria of knowledge, the kinds of knowledge possible and the degree to which each is certain
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Merit / [ Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 77, Dec. 1996: 313-337] kant’s conception of merit IMerit / [ Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 77, Dec. 1996: 313-337] kant’s conception of merit I
This is significant because it shows both that his views are reasonably consistent with our ordinary views, and that he recognized a variety of purposes in evaluating actions
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Subjectivism in EthicsSubjectivism in Ethics
You can never find it, till you turn your reflexion into your own breast, and find a sentiment of disapprobation, which arises in you, toward this action. Here is a matter of fact; but 'tis the object of feeling, not reason
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