COMMENSAL ISSUE 104
The Newsletter of the Philosophical Discussion Group
Of British Mensa
Number 104 : December 2000
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- The Aims of Education (Jane Benn)
- Determinism and Free Will (Roger Farnworth)
- The Ranque Effect (Alan Edmonds)
- Determinism (Anthony Owens)
- Why Science Does Not Tell the Truth - a Reply (Roger Farnworth)
- Siamese Twins (Jeremy Jenkins, Theo Todman, Etc)
- Comments and Odds & Ends (Albert Dean)
- Memory Studies in Physiological Psychology at a Glance (Frank Luger)
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