COMMENSAL ISSUE 92
The Newsletter of the Philosophical Discussion Group
Of British Mensa
Number 92 : May 1998
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- Commensal on the Web (Mark Griffin)
- Art (John Stubbings)
- The Philosophy of Humour (Michael Nisbet)
- Cuckoos, Consciousness & Killing (Anthony Owens)
- Comments on C91 (Valerie Ransford)
- What Use is a Mosquito (John Neary)
- Epistemological Uncertainty (John Neary)
- Does the End Justify the Means (Graham Dare)
- Monkey, Bee & Bat Soup (Rick Street)
- Are Animals Self-Aware (Rick Street)
- Democracy (Alan Carr)
- The Miracle of Life (Norman Mackie)
- Free Will and Universal Ethics (Stef Gula)
- Comments on C91 (David Taylor)
- Is / Ought (Malcolm Burn)
- More Endless Replies (Vijai Parhar)
- The Dead Sea Scrolls and Fragments (Albert Dean)
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