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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Scots Philosophical Club and the University of St Andrews

Volume 57, Number 227, April 2007

BLACK AND WHITE AND THE INVERTED SPECTRUM
pp. 161-175(15)
Author: Broackes, Justin

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PHYSICALISM COULD BE TRUE EVEN IF MARY LEARNS SOMETHING NEW
pp. 176-189(14)
Author: Montero, Barbara

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HOW TO DEFEND THE COHABITATION THEORY
pp. 212-224(13)
Author: Langford, Simon

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TESTIMONY AND LIES
pp. 225-238(14)
Author: O'Brien, Dan

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MORTAL HARM
pp. 239-251(13)
Author: Luper, Steven

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SUBTRACTABILITY AND CONCRETENESS
pp. 273-279(7)
Author: Cameron, RossP.

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ABOUT TIME FOR ARISTOTLE
pp. 280-293(14)
Author: Makin, Stephen

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Modality and Tense: Philosophical Papers – Kit Fine
pp. 294-297(4)
Author: Linnebo, Øystein

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Zombies and Consciousness – Robert Kirk
pp. 306-308(3)
Author: Bermúdez, José Luis

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Thinking How to Live – Allan Gibbard
pp. 308-311(4)
Author: Cullity, Garrett

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