Lydia Moland, Symposium Editor
Gerad Gentry, General Editor
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Table of Contents
SGIR Author-Meets-Critics Book Symposium, 2019 Eastern APA:
1. Dean Moyar on Andreja Novakovic's Hegel on Second Nature and Ethical Life
SGIR Author-Meets-Critics Book Symposium, 2019 Central APA:
4. Colin McLear on Melissa Merritt’s Kant on Reflection and Virtue
5. Francey Russell on Melissa Merritt’s Kant on Reflection and Virtue
6. David Sussman on Melissa Merritt’s Kant on Reflection and Virtue
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