Noûs: Nihil philosophicum a nobis alienum putamus. Volume 23, Numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 (March, April, June, September, and December 1989)

Hardcover, Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University, 1989. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued.

Quarterly journal bound in cloth over boards. Binding and hinges sound. Pages clean, bright. Buckram over boards is clean, with very light shelf wear. Gilt lettering on spine. ; Articles: Aronson, The Bayesians and the raven paradox. Brueckner, Another failed transcendental argument. David, Truth, eliminativism and disquotationalism. Draper, Pain and pleasure: an evidential problem for theists. Gustafson, Grief. Harris, Integrity and agent centered restrictions. Kroon, Circles and fixed points in description theories of reference. Mann, Modality, morality and God. McMullen, In what sense is logic something sublime? Montague, Infant rights and the morality of infanticide. Montgomery, Discrimination, reidentification and the indeterminacy of early vision. Munzer, Property, incorporation and projection. Nash, Cognitive theories of emotion. Newton, On viewing pain as a secondary quality. Reynolds, Imagining oneself to be another. Scheibe, Coherence and contingency: two neglected aspects of theory succession. Segerberg, A note on an impossibility theorem of Gärdenfors. Slater, Consistent vagueness. Smith, A new typology of temporal and atemporal permanence. Taylor, Narrow content functionalism and the mind-body problem. Tirrll, Extending: the structur of metaphor. Walker, The problem of weakness of will. Wreen, Jealousy. Zeilicovici, Temporal becoming minus the moving-now. Critical studies and reviews. Symposia papers. ; 9.0" tall; 724 pages.

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