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    D. G. Collingridge (1977). 'Ought-Implies-Can' and Hume's Rule. Philosophy 52 (201):348 - 351.
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    D. G. Collingridge (1977). ‘Ought-Lmplies-Can’ and Hume's Rule. Philosophy 52 (201):348.
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    D. G. Collingridge (1978). Berkeley on Space, Sight and Touch. Philosophy 53 (203):102-105.
    In his Essay Towards a New Theory of Vision Berkeley argues that it is only a happy accident that we are aware of space and objects in space by means of vision, and that the logically primary way in which we are aware of space is by touch. Berkeley 's argument is that all connections between the visual and the spatial properties of things are contingent. Thus we may judge an object's distance from us by noting the number and size (...)
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    D. G. Collingridge (1975). The Failure of Language in Ethics. Journal of Value Inquiry 9 (2):81-94.
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    D. G. Collingridge (1971). Pucettts 'Paradox'. Philosophy 46 (176):158-.
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    D. G. Collingridge (1972). Confirmationism. Mind 81 (321):92-96.
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