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‘I' as a definite description 1 I wish to thank David Pears and David Wiggins for the helpful suggestions they have offered concerning many points in this paper.
The secondary qualities
Armstrong, D. M.
Universalisability and egoism * This paper constitutes a considerable reworking of part of my Ph.D. dissertation, presented to the Universfty of Chicago in 1966; consequently, it owes a great deal to my dissertation advisors, particularly Professors Alan Gewirth and Fred Siegler. I have also been helped considerably by the criticisms of several of my former colleagues at York University who were kind enough to read the first draft of this paper.
Five arguments against Craigian transcriptionism
Hooker, C. A.
Popper's problem of an empirical basis
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