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The Philosophical Quarterly: Vol. 46, No. 184, July 1996

£11.99

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This book is in good condition, with some minor shelf wear such as marks and creases to the front and back covers, a fold to the top right corner of the front cover, and some crumpling around the edges.

This book is a copy of the July 1996 edition of The Philosophical Quarterly, and features articles and discussions written by various authors covering a range of subjects and issues within philosophy.

Articles and discussions within this quarterly volume include:
- 'Moore's Paradox and Epistemic Risk' by Arthur W. Collins,
- 'Subjectivity and the Unity of the World' by Kent Baldner,
- and 'The Metaphysics of A- and B-Time' by Clifford Williams.

Additionally, there are book reviews from a range of contributors covering various essays and pieces of literature that surround philosophy.

Item details

Author(s):
Roger Squires, Christopher Bryant, Berys Gaut (Eds.)
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Blackwells Publishers

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This book is in good condition, with some minor shelf wear such as marks and creases to the front and back covers, a fold to the top right corner of the front cover, and some crumpling around the edges.

This book is a copy of the July 1996 edition of The Philosophical Quarterly, and features articles and discussions written by various authors covering a range of subjects and issues within philosophy.

Articles and discussions within this quarterly volume include:
- 'Moore's Paradox and Epistemic Risk' by Arthur W. Collins,
- 'Subjectivity and the Unity of the World' by Kent Baldner,
- and 'The Metaphysics of A- and B-Time' by Clifford Williams.

Additionally, there are book reviews from a range of contributors covering various essays and pieces of literature that surround philosophy.

Author(s):
Roger Squires, Christopher Bryant, Berys Gaut (Eds.)
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Blackwells Publishers

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