COMMENSAL ISSUE 105
The Newsletter of the Philosophical Discussion Group
Of British Mensa
Number 105 : February 2001
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- Celeste and Celestine - Prologue to Ethics (Roger Farnworth)
- Jodie and Mary (Jane Allen)
- Philosophical Failures from Past Millennia (Albert Dean)
- Cause and Motive (Malcolm Burn)
- Body Swapping (Theo Todman)
- The Futility of Lambasting Balaam's Ass (Frank Luger)
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