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The vocabulary of ontology: Being: Selected bibliography

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<H2 ><FONT size=4><FONT face=Verdana>First Part: </FONT><a href="http://www.formalontology.it/being.htm" target="_blank" ><FONT face=Verdana>The concept of Being in philosophy and linguistics</FONT></A><FONT face=Verdana> </FONT></FONT></H2>
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<H2 ><FONT face=Verdana color=#cc6600 size=4>BIBLIOGRAPHY (in progress)</FONT></H2>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2><I>The question of Being. East-West perspectives</I>. Edited by Sprung Mervyn. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press 1978.<BR>Each chapter in this book (except the first) originated at a symposium arranged by the philosophy department of Brock University, St. Catherines, Ontario.<BR>Contents: Mervyn Sprung: The Question of Being as comparative philosophy 1; Some Western Perspectives: Joseph Owens: Being in early Western tradition 17; Charles H. Kahn: Linguistic relativism and the Greek project of ontology 31; Hans Georg Gadamer: Plato and Heidegger 45; Zygmunt Adamczewski: Questions in Heidegger's thought about Being 55; Robert C. Schaff: Heidegger's path of thinking and the Way of Meditation in the early Upanisads 67; Some eastern perspectives: Wilhelm Halbfass: On Being and What There Is: Indian perspectives on the Question of Being 95; J. G. Arapura: Some special characteristics of <I>Sat </I>(Being) in Advaita Vedanta 111; Mervyn Sprung: Being and the Middle Way 127; Jindra Nath Mohanty: Some aspects of Indian thinking on Being 141; Index 159-161.</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2><I>The logic of Being. Historical studies</I>. Edited by Knuuttila Simo and Hintikka Jaakko. Dordrecht: Reidel Publishing Company 1986.<BR>Table of contents: Acknowledgements VII; Introduction IX; Charles H. Kahn: Retrospect on the verb 'to be' and the concept of Being 1; Benson Mates: Identity and predication in Plato 29; Russell M. Dancy: Aristotle and existence 49; Jaakko Hintikka: The varieties of Being in Aristotle 81; Sten Ebbesen: The Chimera's Diary 115; Klaus Jacobi: Peter Abelard's investigations into the meaning and functions of the speech sign 'Est' 145; Hermann Weidemann: The logic of Being in Thomas Aquinas and John Duns Scotus 201; Simo Knuuttila: Being qua Being in Thomas Aquinas and John Duns Scotus 201; Lilli Alanen: On Descartes' argument for dualism and the distinction between different kinds of Beings 223; Jaakko Hintikka: Kant on existence, predication, and the ontological argument 249; Leila Haaparanta: On Frege's concept of Being 269; Index of names: 291; Index of subjects: 297-300.</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Adamson Peter, "Before essence and existence: al-Kindi's conception of Being," <I>Journal of History of Philosophy</I> 40: 297-312 (2002).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Bechtle Gerald, "The Question of Being and the dating of the Anonymous <I>Parmenides</I> Commentary," <I>Ancient Philosophy</I> 20: 393-414 (2000).<BR>"This article was originally intended to precede the publication of my book (Bechtle 1999a) devoted to the extant fragments of the anonymous commentary on Plato's <I>Parmenides, </I>also known as Anonymus Taurinensis.' The aim of this article was then-and it still is now-to make the scholarly world acquainted with some of the main reasons, i.e., my view of `the question of being', for my novel thesis of a pre-Plotinian date for this <I>Commentary </I>which has almost unanimously been ascribed to Porphyry. Since the thesis of the Porphyrian authorship goes back to the great French scholar P. Hadot (see in particular Hadot 1961, 1965, 1968a, and 1968b), one can say that his thesis has been generally accepted for some thirty years or, at least, it has not been seriously challenged. This fact is easily explained since neither before nor after Hadot has there been a thorough and critical examination of the evidence. Hadot's thesis concerning the identity of the author being the only serious one in more than a century since research on the <I>Commentary </I>first started, my idea was that probably a lot of questions had not been answered. Reconsidering all of Hadot's evidence and adding some new elements, I determined that the <I>Commentary is </I>very likely of pre-Plotinian date. Additional work on lamblichus and post-Plotinian Platonism negatively confirms this thesis since one can virtually exclude Iamblichus and any of the major Platonists following him as possible authors of the <I>Commentary."</I> p. 393</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Bernadete Seth, "The grammar of Being," <I>The Review of Metaphysics</I>: 486-496 (2003).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Bos Egbert Peter. The Division of Being over the categories according to Albert the Great, Thomas Aquinas and John Duns Scotus. In <I>John Duns Scotus. Renewal of philosophy.</I> Edited by Bos Egbert Peter. Amsterdam: Rodopi 1998. pp. 183-196<BR>Acts of the Third Symposium organized by the Dutch Society for Medieval Philosophy Medium Aevum (May 23 and 24, 1996)</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Bos Egbert Peter. Nature and number of the Categories and the division of Being according to Domingo de Soto'. In <I>Medieval and Renaissance logic in Spain.</I> Edited by Angelelli Ignacio and Pérez-Ilzarbe Paloma. Hildesheim: Georg Olms 2000. pp. 327-353</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Brown Lesley. The verb 'to be' in Greek philosophy: some remarks. In <I>Language.</I> Edited by Everson Stephen. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1994. pp. 212-236</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>D'Alverny Marie-Therèse. Anniyya - Anitas. In <I>Mélanges offerts à &Eacute;tienne Gilson de l'Académie fran&ccedil;aise.</I> Paris: Vrin 1959. pp. 59-91</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Dumont Stephen, "The univocity of the concept of Being in the Fourteenth Century: John Duns Scouts and William of Alnwick," <I>Mediaeval Studies</I> 49: 1-75 (1987).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Fabro Cornelio. Intorno al fondamento dell'essere. In <I>Graceful reason. Essays in Ancient and Medieval philosophy presented to Joseph Owens, CSSR.</I> Edited by Gerson Lloyd. Totont Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies 1983. pp. 229-237</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Fitzpatrick Noel, "Walter Chatton on the univocity of Being: a reaction to Peter Aureoli and William Ockham," <I>Franciscan Studies</I> 31: 88-177 (1971).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Flower Robert, "G. E. L. Owen, Plato and the verb <I>to be</I>," <I>Apeiron</I> 14: 87-95 (1980).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Gál Gedeon, "Geraldus Odonis on the univocity of the concept of being," <I>Franciscan Studies</I> 52: 23-30 (1992).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Graham Angus Charles, "'Being' in linguistics and philosophy: a preliminary inquiry," <I>Foundations of Language</I> 1: 223-231 (1965).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Hadot Pierre, "Fragments d'un Commentaire de Porphyre sur le <I>Parménide</I>," <I>Revue des &Eacute;tudes Grecques</I> 74: 410-438 (1961).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Hadot Pierre. <I>Porphyre et Victorinus.</I> Paris: &Eacute;tudes Augustiniennes 1968.<BR>Two volumes.</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Hintikka Jaakko, "Semantical games, the alleged ambiguity of 'is' and Aristotelian categories," <I>Synthese</I> 54: 443-468 (1983).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Huber Gerhard. <I>Das Sein und das Absolute: Studien zur Geschichte der ontologischen Problematik in der sp&auml;tantiken Philosophie.</I> Basel: Verlag für Recht und Gesellschaft 1955.</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Husain Martha, "The question 'What is Being' and its aristotelian answer," <I>The New Scholasticism</I> 50: 293-309 (1976).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Kagame Alexis. <I>La philosophie bantu-rwandaise de l'&Euml;tre.</I> Bruxelles: &Eacute;ditions Duculout 1956.<BR>Reprinted in 1966 by Johnson Reprint Corp., New York.</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Kahn Charles H., "The Greek verb 'to be' and the concept of Being," <I>Foundations of Language</I> 2: 245-265 (1966).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Kahn Charles H. The terminology for copula and existence. In <I>Islamic philosophy and the classical tradition. Essays presented by his friends and pupils to Richard Walzer on his seventieth birthday.</I> Edited by Stern S.M., Hourani Albert, and Brown Vivian. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press 1972. pp. 141-158</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Kahn Charles H. <I>The verb 'be' in ancient Greek.</I> Dordrecht: Reidel 1973.<BR>Volume 6 of: John W. M. Verhhar (ed.) - <I>The verb 'be' and its synonims: philosophical and grammatical studies - </I>Dordrecht, Reidel<BR>Reprinted by Hackett Publishing, 2003 with new introduction and discussion of relation between predicative and existential uses of the verb </FONT><I><FONT size=2>einai.</FONT> </I></FONT>
<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Kahn Charles H. On the theory of the verb 'to be'. In <I>Logic and ontology.</I> Edited by Munitz Milton. New York: New York University Press 1973. pp. 1-20</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Kahn Charles H., "Why existence does not emerge as a distinct concept in Greek philosophy," <I>Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie</I> 58: 324-334 (1976).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Kahn Charles H. Linguistic relativism and the Greek project of ontology. In <I>The question of Being.</I> Edited by Sprung Mervyn. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press 1978. pp. 31-44<BR>Papers read at a symposium at Brock University, St. Catherines, Ontario</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Kahn Charles H., "Some philosophical uses of 'to be' in Plato," <I>Phronesis</I> 26: 105-134 (1981).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Kahn Charles H. Retrospect on the verb 'to be' and the concept of Being. In <I>The logic of Being.</I> Edited by Knuuttila Simo and Hintikka Jaakko. Reidel: Dordrecht Publishing Company 1986. pp. 1-28</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Kahn Charles H., "Being in Parmenides and Plato," <I>La Parola del Passato</I> 43: 237-261 (1988).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Ketchum Richard, "Being and existence in Greek ontology," <I>Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie</I> 80 (3): 321-332 (1998).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Llamzon Benjamin, "The specification of 'Esse'; a study in Ba&ntilde;ez," <I>The Modern Schoolman</I> 41: 123-144 (1964).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Maurer Armand, "Henry of Arclay's Question on the univocity of Being," <I>Mediaeval Studies</I> 16: 18 (1954).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Maurer Armand, "Cajetan's notion of Being in his commentary on the Sentences," <I>Mediaeval Studies</I> 28: 268-278 (1966).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>O'Farrell Frank, "Aristotle's categories of Being," <I>Gregorianum</I> 63: 87-131 (1982).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Pécharman Martine. Le vocabulaire de l'être dans la philosophie première: <I>ens, esse, essentia</I>. In <I>Hobbes et son vocabulaire.</I> Edited by Zarka Yves Charles. Paris: Vrin 1992. pp. 31-59</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Price Robert, "Richard of Middleton O.F.M. on 'esse and essence'," <I>Franciscan Studies</I> 30: 49-76 (1970).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Rijk Lambertus Maria de. Boèce logicien et philosophe: ses positions sémantiques et sa métaphysique de l'&euml;tre. In <I>Atti del Congresso Internazionale di studi Boeziani (Pavia, 5-8 Ottobre 1980).</I> Edited by Orbetello Luca. Roma: Herder 1981. pp. 141-156</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Rosen Stanley, "Is metaphysics possible?," <I>The Review of Metaphysics</I> 45: 235-257 (1991).</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Ruijgh Cornelis Jord, "A review of: Ch. H. Kahn, <I>The verb 'be' in ancient Greek</I>," <I>Lingua</I> 48: 43-83 (1979).<BR>In French</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Ruijgh Cornelis Jord, "Sur la valeurs fondamentale de <I>einai</I>: Une réplique," <I>Menmosyne</I> 37: 264-270 (1984).<BR>To the article by R. van Bennekom in the same number</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Seigfried Hans. Kant's thesis about being anticipated by Suarez. In <I>Proceedings of the Third International Kant Congress.</I> Edited by Beck Leslie. Dordrecht: Reidel 1972. pp. 510-520</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Simons Peter. L'être: une petite histoire autrichienne. In <I>La philosophie autrichienne de Bolzano à Musil.</I> Edited by Cometti Jean-Pierre and Mulligan Kevin. Paris: Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin 2001. pp. 29-42</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Thom Paul. The pervasiveness of Being. In <I>Presocratic philosophy. Essays in honour of Alexander Mourelatos.</I> Edited by Caston Victor and Graham Daniel W. Aldershot: Ashgate 2002. pp. 293-302</FONT> </FONT>
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<LI><FONT face=Verdana><FONT size=2>Van Bennekom R., "Existential and other sentences in ancient Greek," <I>Mnemosyne</I> 37: 257-263 (1984).</FONT>  </FONT></LI></OL>

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