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Volume 29, Number 5, 3 July 2016

Belief, quasi-belief, and obsessive-compulsive disorder
pp. 654-668(15)
Author: Noggle, Robert

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Do phenomenal concepts misrepresent?
pp. 669-678(10)
Author: Byrne, Darragh

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Robust, unconscious self-deception: Strategic and flexible
pp. 682-696(15)
Authors: Funkhouser, Eric; Barrett, David

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Instrumental rationality in psychopathy: implications from learning tasks
pp. 717-731(15)
Authors: Jurjako, Marko; Malatesti, Luca

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Attention and seeing objects: The identity-crowding debate
pp. 743-758(16)
Author: Richards, Bradley

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Knowledge and assertion in “Gettier” cases
pp. 759-775(17)
Author: Turri, John

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Why do we need perceptual content?
pp. 776-788(13)
Author: Shahmoradi, Ayoob

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Experiences of Depression: A Study in Phenomenology
pp. 792-794(3)
Author: Seniuk, Patrick

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Physical computation: a mechanistic account
pp. 795-797(3)
Author: Dewhurst, Joe

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Erratum
pp. 798-798(1)

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