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Freedom and persuasion*An earlier version of this paper was read to the Eighth Annual Conference of the Australasian Political Studies Association, at Canberra, in August, 1966.
Strawson's individuals as descriptive metaphysics
States, activities and performances
The semantics of categorical sentences1An earlier version of part 1 of this paper was presented under the title, The Semantics of ‘all', ‘no' and ‘at least one', at the Twelfth New Zealand Philosophy Conference, May 16, 1965. Part 2 was inspired by the subsequent discussion.
Mr. Strawson's concept of a person
Volume and solidity
Hart on rules of obligation1I wish to express my gratitude to Mr. David Schwartz and Professor Robert Summers for many helful suggestions and comments on an earlier draft of this paper.
Wollheim's paradox of democracy
A note on incorrigibility and authority
Notes and news