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Volume 18, Number 1, March 2005

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OBJECTIVITY IN ETHICS; TWO DIFFICULTIES, TWO RESPONSES
pp. 1-26(26)
Author: Wiggins, David

ON OUTLINING THE SHAPE OF DEPICTION
pp. 27-38(12)
Author: Abell, Catharine

THE KNOWLEDGE ARGUMENT AND HIGHER-ORDER PROPERTIES
pp. 48-64(17)
Authors: Horowitz, Amir; Jacobson-Horowitz, Hilla

EMOTIONAL SELF-AWARENESS AND ETHICAL DELIBERATION
pp. 65-81(17)
Author: Lacewing, Michael

MORAL FACTS AND SUITABLY INFORMED SUBJECTS: A REPLY TO DENHAM
pp. 82-92(11)
Author: McGonigal, Andrew

WHAT DOES HOLISM HAVE TO DO WITH MORAL PARTICULARISM?
pp. 93-103(11)
Authors: McKeever, Sean; Ridge, Michael

CHAPPELL ON THE CONSISTENCY OF CRITICISMS OF CHRISTIANITY
pp. 104-106(3)
Author: Nagasawa, Yujin

HOW NOT TO DEFINE SUBSTANCE A COMMENT UPON HOFFMAN AND ROSENKRANTZ
pp. 107-117(11)
Author: Schnieder, Benjamin

REVIEW
pp. 118-123(6)

BOOKS RECEIVED
pp. 124-124(1)

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