COMMENSAL ISSUE 91
The Newsletter of the Philosophical Discussion Group
Of British Mensa
Number 91 : March 1998
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- The Crucifixion or How to Accept Defeat Gracefully (Dave Botting)
- The Purpose Of Art (John Stubbings)
- Comments on C90 (Michael Nisbet)
- 'Is', 'Ought' & SIG Polity (Roger Farnworth)
- Morality, Ducks and Souls (Anthony Owens)
- Comments on C90 (Mike Rossell)
- More on Multinational Corporations (Alan Carr)
- Comments on C90 (Alan Carr)
- Gurdieff, Religion & De Bono (Norman Mackie)
- Comments on C90 (Stef Gula)
- Comments on C90 (David Taylor)
- Correspondence (Theo Todman & Sheila Blanchard)
- Assassination & After (Sheila Blanchard)
- Dualism (Roger Farnworth)
- The Philosopher’s Song (Monty Python)
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Published : 1998 by the Editor for the Philosophical Discussion Group
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Printed : 1998 by British Mensa, Wolverhampton. Distributed by mail.
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