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1997 Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society

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The hardcover back volume of the Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society.

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Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society | Philosophy in London Since 1880

1997 Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Volume XCVII, Issues 1-3

The hardcover volume of the Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society is printed in black on an 80gsm white book wove stock accredited by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). Binding is in dark blue Arbelave Library Buckram over 2500 micron boards blocked in gold on the spine. This makes for a strong, attractive and durable book with a scuff resistant and wipeable cover.

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Table of Contents

 

Issue No. 1

The Presidential Address: Truth: The Identity Theory | Jennifer Hornsby

The Sanctions of the Criminal Law | Michael Clark

Conditions on Understanding Language | Ernest Lepore

Values, Reasons and Perspectives | Alan Thomas

First Person Plural Ontology and Praxis | Andrew Chitty

 

Issue No. 2

Sufficient Reason | Ralph Walker

On the Notion of Cause ‘Philosophically Speaking’ | Helen Steward

The Analysis of Possibility and the Possibility of Analysis | John Divers

What the Externalist Can Know a Priori | Paul A. Boghossian

Pictures and Beauty | Robert Hopkins

 

Issue No. 3

Metaphor and the Understanding of Art | Berys Gaut

“Grundlagen” §64 | Bob Hale

Reason and Agency | Thomas Pink

Does the Problem of Mental Causation Generalize | Jaegwon Kim

Meaning and Morality | Susan Wolf

Discussion Notes

Crane on Mental Causation | William Child

Reply to Child | Tim Crane

Habermas’s Moral Cognitivism | Gary Kitchen

Graduate Paper from the 1996 Joint Session

Self-Respect and the Stepford Wives | Catriona McKinnon

Symposium from the 1996 Joint Session

On Wittgenstein’s Philosophy of Mathematics | Hilary Putnam and James Conant

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