• An analysis of the State 

    Tomhave, Alan (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
    What the state is remains far from clear in political philosophy. However, the state is also a key concept at work in many discussions in political philosophy. For example, there is a debate about anarchism, the question ...
  • Intuitions and adequate philosophical solutions 

    Haugen, Christopher Allen (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
    Philosophical investigation relies on intuition; among other things, intuitions are used to discover problems and intuitions are used to provide solutions to those problems. I provide an analysis of three kinds of philosophical ...
  • Philosophical intuitions--philosophical analysis 

    McBain, James F., 1971- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
    This work is a defense of philosophical intuitions and the use of them in philosophy. First, I survey the main forms of intuition-based philosophical methods - conceptual analysis, explication, and reflective equilibrium ...