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`The papers span nearly twenty years, and although some are well known, it is useful to have them in one volume ... a rich field.' (Times Literary Supplement)

All these essays have been published previously, and everyone in the field will be glad to have them conveniently collected. They well display their author's virtues in advancing philosophical debate...He is alwya candid rather than cagey, laying his cards on the table and not pretending to a stronger hand than he can display.He reminds us that the truth is to be sought in the open air of frank discussion and not in the hermetic chambers of dominant fashion. (Utilitas)

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A collection of influential essays by Simon Blackburn --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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