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The theory of truth-functions*This paper was written while I held the Kennedy Research Fellowship at New College, Oxford, and I wish to express my gratitude to the donors.
Can the moral point of view be justified? 1 This is a slightly revised version of a paper read at the N.Z. Philosophy Conference at Wellington, in May, 1963.
Is God an entity?
A note on referential opacity
Memory and personal identity
What is a question? 1 For critical comments on an earlier version of this paper I am especially indebted to J. F. Bennett, N. L. Cooper and R. Routley.
Doing the impossible
Not trying to do the impossible
God, omniscience, and Mr. Hutchings
Omniscience is possible
Creativity and ‘create': A rejoinder to Brook and Wright
Notes and news
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