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Conclusive reasons*An early version of this paper was read to the Philosophy Department at The University of Illinois, Chicago Circle. More recently it was read at The University of North Carolina's Colloquium in Philosophy with Professor Robert Sleigh commenting.
The inexplicability of identity
Some problems concerning projection
Quine on the logic and ontology of time
No need for nonsense
Faith, evidence, coercion again
The ravens, hempel and goodman*I wish here to express my thanks to Mr. D. Stove whose ideas in discussion stimulated the writing of this paper and whose perceptive, critical analysis of an earlier version removed several errors and infelicities in the text (especially surrounding the formulation of the Principles P and P′—see pp. 85 and 88).
Reasons as causes
Why I am afraid of absolute space
Notes and news
Members of staff of philosophy departments in Australasian Universities as at December 1970