Series: Aristotelian Society Monographs

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Wittgenstein on Meaning: An Interpretation and Evaluation (Aristotelian Society Series, Vol 1) by Colin McGinn1
Reasoning with Arbitrary Objects by Kit Fine3
Thoughts: An Essay on Content (Aristotelian Society Series, Vol 4) by Christopher Peacocke4
Metaphor (Aristotelian Society) by David E. Cooper5
Colour: A Philosophical Introduction (Aristotelian Society Monographs) by Jonathan Westphal7
Aesthetic reconstructions : the seminal writings of Lessing, Kant, and Schiller by Anthony Savile8
Languages of Possibility: An Essay in Philosophical Logic (Aristotelian Society Series, Vol 9) by Graeme Forbes9
Kinds of Being. A study of individuation, identity and the logic of sortal terms by E. J. Lowe10
Psychoanalysis, Mind and Art: Perspectives on Richard Wollheim (Aristotelian Society Series) by James Hopkins12
Quantum Non-Locality and Relativity: Metaphysical Intimations of Modern Physics (Aristotelian Society Monographs) by Tim Maudlin13
The Metaphysics of Free Will: An Essay on Control by John Martin Fischer14
Universals and Property Instances (Aristotelian Society Monographs) by John Bacon15
Essays for David Wiggins: Identity, Truth and Value (Aristotelian Society Series) by Sabina Lovibond16
Minds, Causes and Mechanisms: A Case Against Physicalism (Aristotelian Society Monographs) by Josep E. Corbí17
Moral theory and anomaly by Tom Sorell18

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