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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 71, Number 2, June 1993

Compatibilism and the Free Will Defence
pp. 104-120(17)
Author: Bishop, John

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Why bother? Defending derrida and the significance of writing
pp. 121-131(11)
Author: Ferrell, Robyn

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Against pluralism
pp. 132-144(13)
Author: Hazen, A.P.

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What we love
pp. 145-158(14)
Author: Leighton, Stephen

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Resolving epistemic dilemmas
pp. 161-168(8)
Author: Odegard, Douglas

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Physicalism, consciousness and the antipathetic fallacy
pp. 169-183(15)
Author: Papineau, David

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Skeptical hypotheses and ‘omniscient' interpreters
pp. 184-195(12)
Author: Reynolds, Steven

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So the laws of physics needn't lie
pp. 196-205(10)
Author: Chalmers, Alan

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Meaning and evidence: A reply to Lewis
pp. 206-211(6)
Author: O'Leary-Hawthorne, John

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Utilitarianism and infinite utility
pp. 212-217(6)
Author: Vallentyne, Peter

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Book reviews
pp. 218-231(14)

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Books received
pp. 232-233(2)

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Notes and news
pp. 234-234(1)

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