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  1. Frances M. Berenson (1998). Emocje i racjonalność. Przeglad Filozoficzny - Nowa Seria 27 (3):53-62.
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  2. Frances Berenson (1994). Representation and Music. British Journal of Aesthetics 34 (1):60-68.
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  3. Frances Berenson (1993). Book Reviews. [REVIEW] British Journal of Aesthetics 33 (3):189-191.
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  4. Frances Berenson (1992). Inter-Cultural Underst. Nordic Journal of Aesthetics 5 (8).
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  5. Frances Berenson (1991). What Is This Thing Called 'Love'? Philosophy 66 (255):65 - 79.
    ‘What is this thing called “love”?’, asks Cole Porter in his well known song, echoing our own doubts and confusions. Well, certain things can be said immediately in answer to his question: ‘Love’ is a four letter word but of the respectable variety describing a human emotion. Everybody wants it, seeks it, hopes for it but some are incapable of giving it; some doubt its existence, others are just confused, still others accept substitutes for the real thing. Often we find (...)
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  6. Frances M. Berenson (1991). Do Animals Feel Pain? Peter Harrison. Philosophy 66 (255).
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  7. Frances Berenson (1989). Book Reviews. [REVIEW] British Journal of Aesthetics 29 (4):189-191.
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  8. Frances Berenson (1989). "What is Music? An Introduction to the Philosophy of Music": Edited by Philip Alperson. [REVIEW] British Journal of Aesthetics 29 (4):371.
     
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  9. Frances Berenson (1984). Understanding Art and Understanding Persons. Royal Institute of Philosophy Lectures 17:43-60.
    I have been asked to contribute a paper to the present series of lectures on culture, specifically on whether it is possible to understand the art of other cultures. What I find intriguing is why this question arises; why is such understanding seen as a problem needing discussion? These are significant questions. How they are answered will be important for any possibility of cross-cultural aesthetic judgments and aesthetic experience. In order to deal with them it is necessary to see how (...)
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  10. Frances Berenson (1982). Hegel on Others and the Self. Philosophy 57 (219):77 - 90.
    Hegel, in offering his account of Other Minds, claims that his way of conducting the enquiry is the only philosophically significant way. I shall attempt to bring out certain profound insights in this area on Hegel's part, but I shall also argue that his view of Man leaves out of consideration some of the most important aspects of what is essentially human.
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  11. Frances Berenson (1981). BODEN, MARGARET A. "Piaget". [REVIEW] Philosophy 56:589.
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  12. Frances Berenson (1981). Piaget By Margaret A. Boden Harvester Press, 1979, 174 Pp., £8.50. Also Fontana Paperbacks £1.25. [REVIEW] Philosophy 56 (218):589-.
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