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Mental events: Are there any?
Proper names and their distinctive sense
Don't care was made to care
Brady, Ross; Routley, Richard
The attribute theory of mind
Defeasibility and scepticism 1 An earlier version of this paper was read at the annual meeting of the American Philosophical Association in Chicago 1973. The present draft has benefitted extensively from the observations made by the commentator Richard Hull. I am also thankful for the observations made by C. J. Bryant, M. Swain, M. Woodhouse and R. Arrington.
What's not really wrong with phenomenalism
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