COMMENSAL ISSUE 96


The Newsletter of the Philosophical Discussion Group
Of British Mensa

Number 96 : April 1999

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Contents
  1. Editorial
  2. What Does IQ Measure ? (Alan Edmonds)
  3. What is the Meaning of Life ? (Graham Dare)
  4. Replies & Farewell (John Stubbings)
  5. On the Subject-Object Dichotomy (Michael Nisbet)
  6. More on Morality & Persons (Michael Nisbet)
  7. Castration Eugenics Rejected (Frank Walker)
  8. Reply to C95 (David Taylor)
  9. Science and God (Anthony Owens)
  10. Can God Commit Murder ? (Mark Griffin & Theo Todman)
  11. Various Comments & Responses (Albert Dean)
  12. On Money and Capitalism (Nigel Perks)
  13. Meaning Without Beliefs ? (Roger Farnworth)
  14. The Is / Ought Debate (Roger Farnworth)
  15. Is / Ought Debate - a Response to Roger Farnworth in C94 (Theo Todman)
  16. Cloning (Roger Farnworth)
  17. Ethics of an Inquisition Victim (Fred Hobson)
  18. Divine Wrath (Gwen Jones)
  19. Gödel's Mathematical Proof Of God's Existence (META List)
  20. Cavell on the Is-Ought Thesis (Stephen Mulhall, quoted by Theo Todman)
  21. More on Mathematics - Discovered or Invented (ISPE List)

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Published : 1999 by the Editor for the Philosophical Discussion Group of British Mensa.

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