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    Douglas Fawcett (1927). Chance and Creation. Mind 36 (142):261-262.
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    Douglas Fawcett (1918). Some Observations Touching the Cosmic Imagining and "Reason". Mind 27 (106):152-164.
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    Douglas Fawcett (1926). Notes: The Concept of "Emergence". Mind 35 (139):408-a-408.
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    Douglas Fawcett (1922). Imaginism and the World-Process. Mind 31 (122):154-168.
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    Douglas Fawcett (1921). Divine Imagining: An Essay on the First Principles of Philosophy. Mind 30 (120):455-462.
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    Douglas Fawcett (1921). Dreams. Mind 30 (117):122-123.
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    Douglas Fawcett (1923). Realism and the Physical World. Mind 32 (126):270-271.
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    Douglass Fawcett (1922). Divine Imagining. Philosophical Review 31:531.
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    Douglas Fawcett (1923). Realism and the “Physical World”. Mind 32 (125):137-139.
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    Douglas Fawcett (1921). To the Editor of "Mind". Dreams. Mind 30 (117):122-123.
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    Douglas Fawcett (1926). The Concept of "Emergence". Mind 35 (139):408.
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    Douglas Fawcett (1932). On Fundamentals: An Adventure. Philosophy 7 (28):381 - 393.
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    Douglas Fawcett (1932). The Zermatt Dialogues. Journal of Philosophy 29 (4):109-111.
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  14. H. B. Alexander & Douglas Fawcett (1922). Divine Imagining: An Essay on the First Principles of Philosophy. Philosophical Review 31 (5):531.
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  15. Douglas Fawcett (1941). Oberland Dialogues. Philosophy 16 (61):88-89.
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  16. Douglas Fawcett (1932). On Fundamentals: An Adventure: PHILOSOPHY. Philosophy 7 (28):381-393.
    Most men experience from time to time a wish to know something about the character of the larger reality in which they live, move, and have their being; something much more fundamental than any department of research classed as “scientific” can provide. And the most incurably practical of us has good reason for cherishing this wish. Metaphysics, i.e. inquiry into the general nature of reality, makes appeal first to the contemplative student interested in knowledge for its own sake, but it (...)
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  17. Douglas Fawcett (1922). The Idea of Creation. Hibbert Journal 21:585.
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