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... and the Criterion’, in P. Huby and G. Neal (eds), The Criterion of Truth, ( Liverpool , 1989), pp. 107–22 . ‘Paranormal Phenomena’, in R. Tallis and H. Robinson (eds), The Pursuit of Mind ( Manchester , 1991), pp. 171–86 . London University...
... of a believer. This has been criticized ( O.R. Jones Jones, J.R. ) for supposing an invalid argument could strengthen a belief, but McPherson may mean it is the premises, not the argument, that do the strengthening; the complexity of the eye,...
... medieval writers who embodied their thought in commentaries on either Aristotle or the Sentences of Peter of Lombardy.Two main influences on Hudson have been Wittgenstein and, especially in ethics, R.M. Hare Hare, R.M. . Much of his...