Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy
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ISSN (printed): 1946-4290. ISSN (electronic): 1946-4304.
Each volume of Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy contains a selection of papers presented at the annual Applied Philosophy conferences held from 1979 to 1986 at Bowling Green State University. These conferences were sponsored by the university's Applied Philosophy Program with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Unlike pure philosophy, the ultimate concern of applied philosophy is with the implications of theory for human action. The eight volumes in this series explore the philosophical implications of social problems whose solutions require rational planning and decision making. Contributors include Frithjof Bergmann, Myles Brand, David Hoekema, Jaegwon Kim, Joseph Margolis, Jan Narveson, Douglas Rasmussen, Nicholas Rescher, Robert Solomon, James Sterba and Iris Young.
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