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  1. Donald Cary Williams, The Evils of Inductive Skepticism.
    The sober amateur who takes the time to follow recent philosophical discussion will hardly resist the impression that much of it, in its dread of superstition and dogmatic reaction, has been oriented purposely toward skepticism: that a conclusion is admired in proportion as it is skeptical; that a jejune argument for skepticism will be admitted where a scrupulous defense of knowledge is derided or ignored; that an affirmative theory is a mere annoyance to be stamped down as quickly as possible (...)
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  2. Donald Cary Williams (1999). The Sea Fight Tomorrow. In Michael Tooley (ed.), Time and Causation. Garland Pub. 188.
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  3. Donald Cary Williams (1969). The Principles of Empirical Realism. Philosophical Review 78 (3):399-402.
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  4. Donald Cary Williams (1966). Principles of Empirical Realism. Charles C. Thomas.
  5. Donald Cary Williams & Harry Ruja (1966). Principles of Empirical Realism Philosophical Essays. Charles C. Thomas.
     
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  6. Donald Cary Williams (1963). The Ground of Induction. New York, Russell & Russell.
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  7. Donald Cary Williams (1953). On the Elements of Being: I. Review of Metaphysics 7 (1):3--18.
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  8. Donald Cary Williams (1953). The Elements of Being. Review of Metaphysics 7 (2):3-18, 171-92.
  9. Donald Cary Williams (1932). Report of the Eighth Annual Meeting of the Pacific Division of the American Philosophical Association. Journal of Philosophy 29 (5):113-121.
  10. Donald Cary Williams (1931). Note on the Definition of Good. Journal of Philosophy 28:83.
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  11. Donald Cary Williams (1931). The Nature of Universals and of Abstractions. The Monist 41 (4):583-593.
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  12. Donald Cary Williams (1930). The Definition of Yellow and of Good. Journal of Philosophy 27 (19):515-527.
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  13. Donald Cary Williams (1923). The Principle of Alternation. The Monist 33 (4):586-600.
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