COMMENSAL ISSUE 95
The Newsletter of the Philosophical Discussion Group
Of British Mensa
Number 95 : February 1999
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- Of Homicide and Murder (Frank Walker)
- A Diet and Replies (Anthony Owens)
- The Western Way is Also a Flawed One (Paul Cadman)
- A General Comment on the Bible (Paul Cadman)
- Comments on C94 (Kevin Arbuthnot)
- Crime, Punishment and Society (Leslie Haddow)
- Response to Frank Walker (Leslie Haddow)
- Puzzles (Theo Todman)
- Matters of General Interest (Albert Dean)
- Comments & Responses of the Various Kind (Albert Dean)
- What is Philosophy ? (Alan Carr)
- The Self (Michael Nisbet)
- More on Is / Ought (Malcolm Burn)
- Comments on C94 (Stef Gula)
- Is there a God ? (Graham Dare)
- Comments on C94 (Valerie Ransford)
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