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What can philosophy determine? The symposia read at the joint session of the Aristotelian society, the Mind association and the Scots philosophical club at St. Andrews, July 3rd-5th, 1936.

Author: MIND (Mental health association); Scots Philosophical Club.
Publisher: London, Harrison and Sons, 1936.
Series: Aristotelian Society (Great Britain).; Proceedings.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: MIND (Mental health association); Scots Philosophical Club.
OCLC Number: 1670915
Description: 235 pages 22 cm.
Contents: The inaugural address--Universals again, by G.F. Stout.--Symposium: Memory--knowledge. 1. By H.H. Price. 2. By J. Laird. 3. By J.N. Wright.--Symposium: Is there a problem about sense-data? 1. By G.A. Paul. 2. By H.M. Smith. 3. By A.R.M. Murray.--Symposium: Are there synthetic a priori truths? 1. By C.D. Broad. 2. By A.J.D. Porteous. 3. By Reginald Jackson.--Symposium: Is existence a predicate? 1. By W. Kneale. 2. By G.E. Moore.--Symposium: Can philosophy determine what is ethically or socially valuable? 1. By J.L. Stocks. 2. By A.K. Stout. 3. By W.D. Lamont.
Series Title: Aristotelian Society (Great Britain).; Proceedings.

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