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of Instrumentalism: Expressivism and Justice as Alternative Ontologies.” MA
Thesis, Simon Fraser University, 2006.
- Colorado, Carlos. Transcendence, kenosis and enfleshment: Charles Taylor's religious thought. Ph.D. diss., McMaster University (Canada).
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other in self-narratives. (Saint Augustine, Jean-Jacques Rousseau,
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the sciences. (Unpublished M.A. manuscript, Acadia University,
- Day, Matthew C. Narrativity and the Ambiguities of Selfhood: Sigmund
Freud, Charles Taylor, and Contemporary Ethics, M.A. Thesis,
Florida State University, 1996.
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identitaire Canada-Quebec selon Charles Taylor. (Unpublished
M.A. manuscript, University of Ottawa, 2001)
DeGioia, John Joseph. The Moral Theories of Charles Taylor and Alasdair
MacIntyre and the Objective Moral Order, Dissertation: Thesis (Ph.D.):
Georgetown University, 1995.
- Dhamoon, Rita. “Rethinking Culture and Cultural: the Politics of Meaning-Making.” PhD
Thesis, University of British Columbia, 2005.
- Dudrick, David Francis. Problems of the modern self: Reflections
on Rorty, Taylor, Nietzsche, and Foucault. (Unpublished Ph.D.
manuscript, University of Notre Dame, 2000)
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manuscript, Harvard University, 2001)
- Finn, Sean Patrick. Being interpreted: Third-person perspectives on the self. M.A. Diss. Queen's University at Kingston (Canada), 2000.
- Flynn, Jeffrey Regan. “Human Rights and Cultural Diversity: Rawls,
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- Fortin, Josee. L'ideal de l'authenticite chez Charles Taylor: Une
redefinition de l'individualisme contemporain. (Unpublished M.A.
manuscript, University of Ottawa, 2001)
- Fox, Russell Arben. Immanent community: Herder, Taylor, and the
moral possibilities of modernity. (Unpublished Ph.D. manuscript,
Catholic University of America, 2001)
- Friedman, Jeffrey Mark. The politics of communitarianism and the
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manuscript, John Hopkins University, 2002)
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for and challenge to Christian theology (with special reference to
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Princeton Theological Seminary, 1997.
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post-positivist quagmire. (Unpublished Ph.D. manuscript, York
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Ph.D. manuscript, Universite de Montreal, 2003)
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- Heilman, James. The Effect of Techniques of the Self on Charles Taylor's Conception of Positive Freedom. (Unpublished M.A. manuscript, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 2008).
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of Spirit': Transcendental argument or phenomenological exposition? (Unpublished
M.A. manuscript, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2000)
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Boston University, 2002)
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Ph.D. manuscript, University of Wales, Cardiff, 2000)
- Kim, David Kyuman, Melancholic Freedom: the Religious Dimension
of the Contemporary Discourse on Agency: a Thesis, Th.D. Thesis,
Harvard University, 2003.
- Kim, David, Politics and Religion: The Religious Significance
of Charles Taylor and Judith Butler on Agency, Thesis (Th.D.),
Harvard University, 2004.
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les communautariens, les libertariens et les liberaux: Analyse du
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de communaute, de justice et d'Etat (Unpublished Masters manuscript,
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the Thought of Charles Taylor and Schubert Ogden, Dissertation:
Thesis (Ph. D.): University of Chicago, 1993
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Formulation et Application.” PhD Thesis, University of Ottawa, Canada,
- O'Flynn, Ian John. The philosophical basis of deliberative democracy. PhD. Diss. Queen's University of Belfast (United Kingdom), 2002.
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- Perreau-Saussine, A. Finnis's natural law theory. (Unpublished
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- Plants, Nicholas R. From the Disengaged Subject to the Subject as Subject in Taylor and Lonergan. Saint Louis University, 2000
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- Ravignat, Mathieu G., Charles Fourier and Charles Taylor: Romantic
Expressivism and the Socialist Philosophy of Labour, M.A. Thesis,
University of Ottawa, 2000.
- Renahan, A.. Towards a transcendent good Charles Taylor and the challenge of articulating a postmodern moral identity. M.A. diss., Concordia University (Canada).
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ironist and the phenomenology of the self (Charles Taylor) .
(Unpublished Masters manuscript, Concordia University, 2004)
- Saito, Shuichi, On Charles Taylor's Hermeneutic Science,
M.L.A. Thesis, University of South Florida, 2000.
- Semko, Jesse Joseph Paul, Isaiah Berlin and Charles Taylor on Johann Gottfried Herder: A Comparative Study.
Masters Thesis, Department of Political Studies, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, September 2004.
- Sherman, Edward David. Reforming the Self: Charles Taylor and
the Ethics of Authenticity, M.A. Thesis, Written for the Faculty
of Religious Studies, 2001.
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manuscript, Laurentian University of Sudbury, 2004)
- Smith, Karl E. Perennial Questions, Contemporary Responses: Exploring Meaning, Subjectivity and Society with Cornelius Castoriadis and Charles Taylor, PhD Thesis, La Trobe University, 2007
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- Subianto Bunjamin, Antonius. The Good Self: Towards the Ethics of Authenticity in the Perspective of Charles Taylor. 2007. Faculty of philosophy at Pontificia Università Lateranense, Rome, Italy
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- Tchir, Trevor, Reason and Language in Charles Taylor, M.A.
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- Tremblay, Francine. L'individu dans la modernite: Georges Herbert Mead, Charles Taylor et Alain Touraine. M.A. Diss. Concordia University (Canada), 2001.
- Venegoni, Charles L. Charles Taylor and education: Philosophy, policy, practice. PhD. Diss. Loyola University of Chicago, 2000.
- Wood, David K., Reason, Self, and the Good in the Philosophies
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- Yeuk-Shing, Mok, Hermeneutic Openness and Reflective Evaluation
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- Zbicki, Valerie Hope, Allen Buchanan's Critique of a Radical Communitarian,
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- Zhang, Minghao, Quan Shi, dui ren de li jie yu chuan tong de he
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