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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 73, Number 3, September 1995

Motivated irrationality and divided attention *
pp. 325-336(12)
Author: Dunn, Robert

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Wittgenstein and the first person *
pp. 347-355(9)
Author: Garrett, Brian

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Glaucon's challenge 1
pp. 356-367(12)
Author: Goldsmith, M.M.

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Moral facts and the problem of justification in ethics 1
pp. 368-388(21)
Author: Sencerz, Stefan

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Thisness
pp. 389-400(12)
Author: Swinburne, Richard

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Infinite utility
pp. 401-404(4)
Author: Cain, James

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Should utilitarians be cautious aboutan infinite future?
pp. 405-407(3)
Author: Van Liedekerke, Luc

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Infinite utility: Anonymity and person-centredness
pp. 413-420(8)
Author: Vallentyne, Peter

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Just more theory?
pp. 421-428(8)
Author: Gardiner, Mark

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What the null set could not be
pp. 429-431(3)
Author: Hand, Michael

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On the one hand: Reflections on enantiomorphy
pp. 432-443(12)
Author: Nerlich, Graham

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Hunt and Berlin on positive and negative freedom
pp. 458-464(7)
Author: Woolcock, Peter

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Book reviews
pp. 472-504(33)

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Book notes
pp. 505-512(8)

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Books received
pp. 513-514(2)

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Notes and news
pp. 515-515(1)

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