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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 39, Number 3, Fall 2008

INTRODUCTION: FOLK EPISTEMOLOGIES
pp. 299-301(3)
Authors: ARIKHA, NOGA; ORIGGI, GLORIA

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“JUST LIFE IN A NUTSHELL”: HUMOURS AS COMMON SENSE
pp. 303-314(12)
Author: ARIKHA, NOGA

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A PHILOSOPHER AND HER HEADACHES: THE TRIBULATIONS OF ANNE CONWAY
pp. 315-326(12)
Author: MARTENSEN, ROBERT

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WHAT'S IN MY COMMON SENSE?
pp. 327-335(9)
Author: ORIGGI, GLORIA

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CONVERSATION IS THE FOLKS’ EPISTEMOLOGY
pp. 337-348(12)
Author: ADLER, JONATHAN E.

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EPISTEMIC POLITICS: ONTOLOGIES OF COLONIAL COMMON SENSE
pp. 349-361(13)
Author: STOLER, ANN LAURA

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SOME RECENT DEMOCRATIC THEORY
pp. 373-403(31)
Author: EARLE, WILLIAM

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NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
pp. 405-405(1)

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BOOKS RECEIVED
pp. 407-408(2)

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