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Volume 100, Number 2, April 2000

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VI—Reliabilism, Knowledge, and Mental Content
pp. 115-135(21)
Author: Brown, Jessica

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VII—The Aesthetics of Nature
pp. 137-157(21)
Author: Budd, Malcom

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VIII—Government is Good for You
pp. 159-173(15)
Author: Harrison, Ross

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IX—The Totality of Facts
pp. 175-192(18)
Author: Sullivan, Peter M.

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X—Novel, Natural, Nutritious: Towards a Philosophy of Food
pp. 193-208(16)
Author: Chadwick, Ruth

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Hale's ‘Weak Sense’ is Just Too Weak
pp. 209-213(5)
Author: Stirton, William R.

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A Response to Harman: Virtue Ethics and Character Traits
pp. 215-221(7)
Author: Athanassoulis, Nafsika

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The Nonexistence of Character Traits
pp. 223-226(4)
Author: Harman, Gilbert

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