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  1. Christopher Ormell (2006). The Continuum: Russell’s Moment of Candour. Philosophy 81 (4):659-668.
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  2. Christopher Ormell (1994). A Modern Cogito 6: Mathematics and Science Viewed on a Human Scale. Cogito 8 (2):166-174.
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  3. Christopher Ormell (1994). A Modern Cogito. Cogito 8 (1):59-65.
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  4. Christopher Ormell (1993). A Modern Cogito 4: Random Versus Perverse-Random. Cogito 7 (3):216-225.
    The first paper of this series (Cogito, 1992) outlined ‘the showdown phenomenon’: a live sequence of events of two distinct kinds, ‘red’ and ‘green’, which was experienced by the would-be predictor as absolutely and irreducibly unpredictable, because the predictor invariably got his or her predictions wrong. We can clearly and distinctly imagine this happening: so a perverse-random experience of this sort is evidently ‘logically possible’. This raises the question of the relation of the new sequences to ordinary ‘random’ sequences. In (...)
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  5. Christopher Ormell (1993). A Modern Cogito 3: Unpredictability and the Other. Cogito 7 (2):140-145.
    In the first paper of this series (Cogito, 1992) the author outlined ‘the showdown phenomenon’: a live sequence of events of two distinct kinds, ‘red’ and ‘green’, which was experienced by the would-be predictor as absolutely and irreducibly unpredictable, because the predictor invariably got his or her predictions wrong. (In a second paper (Cogito, 1993) he argued that the showdown phenomenon is an epistemological landmark, because it establishes a clearly conceptualized, tangible, localized ‘limit of knowledge’.) At the end of the (...)
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  6. Christopher Ormell (1993). A Modern Cogito 2: Recognizing the Limits of Predictive Knowledge. Cogito 7 (1):50-58.
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  7. Christopher Ormell (1993). Is the Uncertainty of Mathematics the Real Source of its Intellectual Charm? Journal of Philosophy of Education 27 (1):125–133.
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  8. Christopher Ormell (1993). Values Versus Values. Journal of Moral Education 22 (1):31-45.
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  9. Christopher Ormell (1992). Marx's Deficient Promise. Philosophy 67 (262):552 - 558.
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