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Analysis 19 (June):138-142 (1959)
|Abstract||The article addresses the sceptics who claim there is only one mind. the author contends that the statement 'there is only one mind' is not solipsistic and does not account for a plurality of minds. (staff)|
|Keywords||Contrast Language Other Minds Plurality Singulars Utterance|
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