Hardcover, Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University, 1986. 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: Symposium papers. Miller, Conventions, interdependence of action, and collective ends. Platts, Desire and action. Fisk, Free action and historical materialism. Sayre-McCord, Deontic logic and the priority of moral theory. Zimmerman, Negligence and moral responsibility. Gordon, Desire and self-intervention. Kapitan, Peter van Inwagen's An Essay on Free Will. Peterson, Revealing designators and acquaintance with universals. Moulines, The ways of holism. Wheeler, Persons and their micro-particles. Skulsky, Metaphorese. Stewart, Nietzsche's perspectivism and the autonomy of the master type. Seeman, Questioning the basis of Hume's empiricism: "Perceptions," What Are They? Millikan, The price of correspondence truth. Nelson, New individualistic foundations for economics. Wolff, Barnett, bargaining and the Nash solution. Sharvy, Plato's causal logic and the third man argument. Gale, A priori arguments from God's abstractness. Hasker, A refutation of middle knowledge. Book reviews. Errata. Author/title index for volume 20. 9.0" tall; 590 pages.