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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 55, Number 1, May 1977

A causal theory of counterfactuals
pp. 3-21(19)
Author: Jackson, Frank

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Reference and consciousness
pp. 22-26(5)
Author: Prado, C.G.

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Might a tooth ache but there be no toothache?
pp. 27-40(14)
Author: Cornman, James

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The paradox of the unexpected examination
pp. 41-58(18)
Authors: Wright, Crispin; Sudbury, Aidan

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In defence of David Hume
pp. 59-63(5)
Author: Glossop, Ronald

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Stove, induction and the irish
pp. 64-68(5)
Author: Hinckfuss, Ian

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Stove on Hume
pp. 69-73(5)
Author: Bradley, M.C.

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Koopman, Stove and Hume
pp. 74-75(2)
Author: Mortensen, Chris

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Believing and dreaming
pp. 76-81(6)
Author: Mannison, Don

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What the well-wisher didn't know
pp. 82-86(5)
Author: Grandy, Richard

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Mannison on inexplicable knowledge and belief
pp. 87-90(4)
Authors: Almeder, Robert; Arrington, Robert

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Critical notice
pp. 91-102(12)

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Books received
pp. 103-104(2)

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