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A note on frege on sense
The non-trivializability of universalizability
Lying and lies
Facts and figures
Religious morality and the law
An analysis of Hare's application of the thesis of universalizability in his moral arguments*I am indebted to Professors D. Gauthier and L. W. Sumner for their helpful criticisms of this paper. The latter especially is to be thanked for his copious comments on several early drafts. His suggestions regarding the presentation of the material are in large part responsible for the present form of this paper.
Dispositions: Defined or reduced?
Hintikka's conception of epistemic logic
Faith, evidence, coercion
Deutscher's problem is not Popper's problem
Mind as the cause of motion
Notes and news