Gilbert Ryle: An Introduction To His Philosophy
Sussex: Harvester Press (1980)
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|Keywords||Cartesianism Category Mistake Consciousness Disposition Imagination Logic Mind Ockham's Razor Perception Philosophy Pleasure Ryle, G|
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