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

Volume 59, Number 234, January 2009

LOGICAL KNOWLEDGE AND GETTIER CASES
pp. 1-19(19)
Author: Besson, Corine

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PHYSICALISM, SUPERVENIENCE AND THE FUNDAMENTAL LEVEL
pp. 20-38(19)
Authors: Brown, Robin; Ladyman, James

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TIME TRAVEL WITHOUT CAUSAL LOOPS
pp. 54-67(14)
Author: Monton, Bradley

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CAN YOU THINK MY ‘I’-THOUGHTS?
pp. 68-85(18)
Author: Morgan, Daniel

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SHIFTING THE BURDEN OF PROOF?
pp. 86-109(24)
Author: Rescorla, Michael

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JUSTIFYING METAPHYSICAL NIHILISM: A RESPONSE TO CAMERON
pp. 132-137(6)
Authors: Efird, David; Stoneham, Tom

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IN DEFENCE OF FICTIONAL REALISM
pp. 138-149(12)
Authors: Schnieder, Benjamin; vonSolodkoff, Tatjana

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DID THE STOICS VALUE EMOTION AND FEELING?
pp. 150-162(13)
Author: Sorabji, Richard

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MORALITY AND THE SECOND PERSON
pp. 163-167(5)
Author: Brewer, TalbotM.

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The Socratic Paradox and its Enemies – Roslyn Weiss
pp. 168-170(3)
Author: Gottlieb, Paula

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Relativism and the Foundations of Philosophy – Stephen Hales
pp. 170-173(4)
Author: Curtis, BenjaminL.

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Persons: Human and Divine – Peter van Inwagen and Dean Zimmerman
pp. 179-184(6)
Author: Göcke, BenediktPaul

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A Theory of Virtue – Robert Merrihew Adams
pp. 184-186(3)
Author: Watt, Stephen

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