COMMENSAL ISSUE 102
The Newsletter of the Philosophical Discussion Group
Of British Mensa
Number 102 : August 2000
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- Violation of Integrity – A Reprise (Theo Todman)
- Determined to have Free Will (Anthony Owens)
- Determinism - A Challenge (Roger Farnworth)
- What is Man For ? (Roger Farnworth)
- What Are People For ? — The Ethical Issues (Leslie Haddow)
- Ethical Theories (Theo Todman)
- Anthropocentrism vs. Cosmocentrism (Frank Luger)
- Memories of Mensa (Alan Edmonds)
- Determinism & Free Will (Malcolm Burn)
- Comments & Odds and Ends (Albert Dean)
- Consciousness (Roger Farnworth)
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