• A defense of moral perception 

    McBrayer, Justin Patrick (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
    I defend the possibility of moral perception and the contentious view that at least some of our moral knowledge is perceptual knowledge. The first part of the dissertation is spent establishing the possibility of moral ...
  • Using and coming to own: a left-proprietarian treatment of the just use and appropration of common resources 

    Roark, Eric (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
    How is it that people come to appropriate (privately own) and justly use resources in the world that initially exist within conditions of "common ownership"? The historical story in our world is surely that the strong ...
  • Vasubandhu's consciousness trilogy: a Yogacara Buddhist process idealism 

    Johnson-Moxley, Melanie K. (Melanie Kay), 1967- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
    This work is a philosophical investigation into Vasubandhu's consciousness trilogy, comprised by the Trisvabhāva-Nirdeśa ("Instruction on the Threefold Own-State-of-Being,") and the Vijñaptimātra-Kārikas ("Verses on ...