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    The Literary Diary as a Genre.Bruce Merry - 1979 - The Maynooth Review / Revieú Mhá Nuad 5 (1):3 - 19.
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  2. Literature and Philosophy.Bruce Merry - 1971 - Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 20:246-251.
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  3. Reason and Violence.Bruce Merry - 1972 - Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 21:243-249.
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  4. Romano Guardini.Bruce Merry - 1969 - Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 18:192-196.
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  5. Dialogue on the Infinity of Love.Rinaldina Russell & Bruce Merry (eds.) - 1997 - University of Chicago Press.
    Celebrated as a courtesan and poet, and as a woman of great intelligence and wit, Tullia d'Aragona entered the debate about the morality of love that engaged the best and most famous male intellects of sixteenth-century Italy. First published in Venice in 1547, but never before published in English, _Dialogue on the Infinity of Love_ casts a woman rather than a man as the main disputant on the ethics of love. Sexually liberated and financially independent, Tullia d'Aragona dared to argue (...)
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    Literature and Philosophy: Structures of Experience.Bruce Merry - 1971 - Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 20:246-251.
    Faced by the issue of co-education in his book Opinions, the English philosopher C E M Joad once tried to draw up an intuitive list of the differences between little boys and girls. His list was an intelligent man’s summary of the salient distinguishing features characterised by the non-scientist’s reluctance to invoke behaviouristic factors. He thus opined that boys were more abstract, girls more empirical, boys more inquisitive, girls more obedient, and so on. An analogous account of the relations holding (...)
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    Essere E Alteritá in Martin Buber.Bruce Merry - 1968 - Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 17:320-322.
    It is not three years since Martin Buber’s death at Jerusalem but not too soon for such a major and systematic re-evaluation of his ontology as that contained in this volume by Babolin. The author proposes nothing less than the initiation of critical debate as to how Man’s openness to being implies his awareness of what is other than himself and leads ultimately to his consciousness of Being as Other. It is a discussion which boldly presents Buber as the highest (...)
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    Plato, Gorgias 467e–468a.Bruce Merry - 1964 - The Classical Review 14 (03):242-.
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    Reason and Violence (A Decade of Sartre's Philosophy, 1950-1960).Bruce Merry - 1972 - Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 21:243-249.
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    Romano Guardini: Filosofo Dell’Alterità.Bruce Merry - 1969 - Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 18:192-196.
    Babolin, one of the foremost Italian interpreters of modern German philosophy with a special interest in the direct analysis of the rapport Man/god, self/other than self, has written a close and persuasive account of the German theologian Guardini as a thinker concerned with ‘Otherness’. The methodology, as in his 1965 volume Essere e Alterità in Martin Buber is copious but precise, with a gratifying clear distinction between what the author has added to the chiefly Italo-German tradition of criticism and his (...)
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    Plato, Gorgias 467e–468a.Bruce Merry - 1964 - The Classical Review 14 (3):242-242.
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    Analitica E Dialettica in Nietzsche.Bruce Merry - 1969 - Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 18:313-316.
    This study proposes a polemical exegesis in three main sections of Nietzsche’s thought on his own central ideas. It makes no pretension at solving philological problems and thus does not, for example, examine those raised by the sister’s edition of Der Wille zur Macht, which de Feo quotes extensively, or the ideological variation between Nietzsche’s aphorisms and published books.
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