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    Reproductive Liberty and Overpopulation.Carol A. Kates - 2004 - Environmental Values 13 (1):51 - 79.
    Despite substantial evidence pointing to a looming Malthusian catastrophe, governmental measures to reduce population have been opposed both by religious conservatives and by many liberals, especially liberal feminists. Liberal critics have claimed that 'utilitarian' population policies violate a 'fundamental right of reproductive liberty'. This essay argues that reproductive liberty should not be considered a fundamental human right, or certainly not an indefeasible right. It should, instead, be strictly regulated by a global agreement designed to reduce population to a sustainable level. (...)
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    The Problem of Universals: An Empiricist Account of Ideal Objects. [REVIEW]Carol A. Kates - 1979 - Man and World 12 (4):465-485.
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    Pragmatics and Semantics an Empiricist Theory.Carol A. Kates - 1980 - Cornell University Press.
    What is the nature of communicative competence? Carol A. Kates addresses this crucial linguistic question, examining and finally rejecting the rationalistic theory proposed by Noam Chomsky and elaborated by Jerrold J. Katz, among others. She sets forth three reasons why the rationalistic model should be rejected: (1) it has not been supported by empirical tests; (2) it cannot accommodate the pragmatic relation between speaker and sign; and (3) the theory of universal grammar carries with it unacceptable metaphysical implications unless it (...)
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    Perception and Temporality in Husserl's Phenomenology.Carol A. Kates - 1970 - Philosophy Today 14 (2):89-100.
    The article is an explication of husserl's theory of perception. In particular, The meaning of 'constitution' is analyzed, With the result that traditional realistic or idealistic readings of husserl are discarded. Examination of passive and active synthesis and the meaning of 'hyle' within the framework of husserl's theory of inner time-Consciousness clarifies in turn the nature of phenomenological intuition and the significance of reduction.
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    Psychical Distance and Temporality.Carol A. Kates - 1971 - Tulane Studies in Philosophy 20:75-94.
  6. A Nietzschean Theodicy.Carol A. Kates - 2004 - International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 55 (2):69-82.
    A Nietzschean theodicy would claimthat God has created the world exactly the wayit is in order to produce morally autonomousagents in Nietzsche's sense: self-consciousmoral subjectivists. Both atheism and a`Nietzschean theodicy' make the sameprediction: the world will appear to containgratuitous evil. Thus, observation ofapparently gratuitous evil is not evidence foror against either hypothesis. In the absenceof any other evidence for or against theism,the most reasonable position is agnosticism.
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    Reproductive Liberty and Overpopulation: Reply to Stanley Warner.Carol A. Kates - 2005 - Environmental Values 14 (2):265 - 270.
    Reply to Stanley Warner's response in Environmental Values 13.3 to the article by Carol Kates in Environmerntal Values 13.1.
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    An Intentional Analysis of the Law of Contradiction.Carol A. Kates - 1979 - Research in Phenomenology 9 (1):108-126.
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    Psychical Distance and Temporality.Carol A. Kates - 1971 - Tulane Studies in Philosophy 20:75-94.
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