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    Aristotle: A Contemporary Appreciation.Henry Babcock Veatch - 1974 - Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
    Under the guidance of Professor Veatch, Aristotle stands forth again as the philosopher who, above all, speaks simply and directly to the common sense of all ...
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    Intentional Logic: A Logic Based on Philosophical Realism.Henry Babcock Veatch - 1952 - New Haven: Yale University Press.
  3. Rational Man.Henry Babcock Veatch - 1962 - Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  4. Intentional Logic. A logic based on philosophical realism.Henry Babcock Veatch - 1953 - Zeitschrift für Philosophische Forschung 7 (2):292-295.
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    For an Ontology of Morals: A Critique of Contemporary Ethical Theory.Henry Babcock Veatch - 1971 - Evanston: Northwestern University Press.
    This book critiques contemporary trends in ethical theory, including the deontological tradition dating back to Kant, the teleological tradition of the utilitarians, the analytic movement, and the existentialist-phenomenologist movement. In refuting these trends, Veatch argues that moral and ethical distinctions cannot be rightly or adequately understood if they are regarded simply as matters of linguistic use but are grounded in the very being and nature of things.
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    Rational Man a Modern Interpretation of Aristotelian Ethics.Henry Babcock Veatch - 1962 - Indiana University Press.
    This modern interpretation of Aristotelian ethics is ideally suited for undergraduate philosophy courses. It is also an engaging work for the expert and the beginner alike, offering a middle ground between existential and analytic ethics. Veatch argues for the existence of ethical knowledge, and he reasons that this knowledge is grounded in human nature. Yet he contends that the moral life is not merely one of following rules or recipes, nor is human well being something simple. Rather, the moral life, (...)
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    Philosophical Knowledge.John B. Brough, Daniel O. Dahlstrom & Henry Babcock Veatch (eds.) - 1980 - National Office of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, Catholic University of America.
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    Logic as a Human Instrument.Francis H. Parker & Henry Babcock Veatch - 1959 - New York: Harper.
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    Realism and Nominalism Revisited.Henry Babcock Veatch - 1954 - Milwaukee, Marquette University Press.
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    Two Logics the Conflict Between Classical and Neo-Analytic Philosophy.Henry Babcock Veatch - 1969 - Evanston, IL, USA: Northwestern University Press.
    This book is a consideration of the differences between Aristotelian and symbolic logic and the consequences these have for how we view the world. What Veatch propose is to try to exhibit with respect to several of the key logical tools and devices propositions, inductive and deductive arguments, scientific and historical explanations, definitions, etc. how these several instruments are differently conceived, both as to their natures and their functions, in each of these respective logics.
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    Commentary on Aristotle's On Interpretation.Henry Babcock Veatch - 1965 - Journal of the History of Philosophy 3 (1):121-125.
  12. Swimming Against the Current in Contemporary Philosophy: Occasional Essays and Papers.Henry Babcock Veatch - 1990 - Catholic University of Amer Press.
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    Two Logics: The Conflict Between Classical and Neo-Analytic Philosophy.Henry Babcock Veatch - 1969 - Evanston: Northwestern University Press.
    This book is a consideration of the differences between Aristotelian and symbolic logic and the consequences these have for how we view the world. What Veatch propose is to try to exhibit with respect to several of the key logical tools and devices propositions, inductive and deductive arguments, scientific and historical explanations, definitions, etc. how these several instruments are differently conceived, both as to their natures and their functions, in each of these respective logics.
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