COMMENSAL ISSUE 85
The Newsletter of the Philosophical Discussion Group
Of British Mensa
Number 85 : March 1997
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- Are There Oysters in Heaven ? (Martin Sondergaard)
- Poem : Tree and Star (Brian Coyle)
- Astrology (Brian Coyle)
- The Croydon Philosophy Group (Pat Monteith)
- Our Philosophies May Not Be Good Masters (Peter McCarthy)
- The Nature of Time (Jonathan Young)
- The End of the Rainbow (Anthony Owens)
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