OPA Proceedings, Vol. 5 (2008)

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  1. Benjamin Mitchell-Yellin, Boston College: "Counter-Intuitionist: A Defense of Classical Quantifier Exchange"
  2. James Taylor, Loyola Marymount University: "Gadamer's Language: Meaning, Word, Event: A Critique of Caputo's Critique"
  3. Nicholaos Jones, Ohio State University: "Interference and the Knowability Principle"
  4. Keith Martel, Duquesne University: "Longinus' Peri Hypsous: Third Century Catalyst of Je Ne Sais Quois"
  5. Tim Campbell, University of Buffalo: "Conjoined Twins and the Constitution View of Persons"
  6. Michael Kilivris, Duquesne University: "On the Work of Art: Benjamin and Heidegger"
  7. Mark Sentesy, Boston College: "Husserl on Signs"
  8. Timothy Connolly, University of Buffalo: "Justice, Knowledge and Craft in Plato's Gorgias"
  9. Levente Szentkirlyi, Bowling Green State University: "Gadamer's Hermeneutics: An Insight to Understanding"