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WILLIAM T. FONTAINE (1909 - 1968)

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    • "Philosophical Implications of the Biology of Dr. Ernest E. Just.”  The Journal of Negro History 24 (1939): .

    • "An Interpretation of Contemporary Negro Thought from the Standpoint of the Sociology of Knowledge.”  The Journal of Negro History XXV (January 1940): .

    • "Social Determination' in the Writing of Negro Scholars."  American Journal of Sociology 49 (1944): .

    • "The Paradox of Counterfactual Conditional Statements.”  Journal of Philosophy 46 (1949): .

    • "Availability and the Contrary-to-Fact Conditional in C. I. Lewis and C. I. Stevenson. ” Journal of Philosophy 48 (1951): .

    • "Segregation and Desegregation in the United States: a Philosophical Analysis.”  Le 1°r Congress International des Ecrivains et , Artistes Noirs: Special Edition Presence Africaine 8-9-10 (1956): .  (French version: 24-25 [1959]: )

    • "The Means-End Relation and Its Significance for Cross-Cultural Ethical Agreement.”  Philosophy of Science 25 (1958): .

    • "Toward a Philosophy of American Negro Literature.” Presence Africaine (1958): .

    • "Philosophical Aspects of Contemporary African Social Thought.”  Pan-Africanism Reconsidered.  Ed. John A. Davis.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 1961.

    • Reflections on Segregation, Desegregation, Power and Morals.  Illinois: Charles C. Thomas, 1967.

    • "The Negro Continuum: from Dominant Wish to Collective Act."  African Forum 3 (1968): .

    • "Josiah Royce and the American Race Problem.”  Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 29 (1968).  Rpt. from Re­flections on Segregation, Desegregation, Power and Morals.

    • "Fortune, Matter and Providence: a Study of Ancius Severinus Boethius and Gior­dano Bruno.  University of Pennsylvania, 1939 (dissertation).

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