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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 75, Number 2, June 1997

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Testimony, induction and folk psychology
pp. 163-178(16)
Author: Lyons, Jack

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The weakness of strong justification
pp. 179-189(11)
Author: Riggs, Wayne

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How demonstrations connect with referential intentions
pp. 190-200(11)
Author: Roberts, Lawrence

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□ In intuitionistic modal logic 1
pp. 201-213(13)
Authors: DeVidi, David; Solomon, Graham

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Reply to Martin
pp. 214-217(4)
Author: Armstrong, D.M.

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On the very idea of degrees of truth
pp. 218-221(4)
Author: Cleveland, Timothy

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Infinite utility: Insisting on strong monotonicity 1
pp. 222-233(12)
Author: Lauwers, Luc

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One bad and one not very good argument against holism
pp. 234-240(7)
Author: Miller, Richard

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Preferring not to have been born
pp. 241-247(7)
Author: Smilansky, Saul

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Book reviews
pp. 248-271(24)

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Book notes
pp. 272-274(3)

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Books received
pp. 275-277(3)

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Notes and news
pp. 278-278(1)

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