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    Gary Doore (1985). Contradiction in the Will. Kant-Studien 76 (1-4):138-151.
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    G. Doore (1981). Functionalism and Absent Qualia. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 59 (March):387-402.
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    G. L. Doore (1983). William James and the Ethics of Belief. Philosophy 58 (225):353 - 364.
    There is widespread agreement among philosophers that William James's well-known attempt to justify religious faith in ‘The Will to Believe’ is a failure. But despite the fact that James wrote his essay as a reply to the ‘tough-minded’ ethics of belief represented by such thinkers as W. K. Clifford and T. H. Huxley, the reasons commonly given today for rejecting James's position seem to be mostly based on the same principle of intellectual ethics that motivated Clifford and Huxley. Clifford, it (...)
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    G. L. Doore (1982). Mackie on Personal Identity. Mind 91 (364):593-598.
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    G. L. Doore (1983). Religion Within the Limits of the Quest for the Highest Good. Religious Studies 19 (3):345 - 359.
    In this paper I want to discuss a certain way of understanding the concept of religion which I think is more satisfactory than other ways that have often been proposed in the literature, arguing, in brief, that the way to an adequate understanding does not lie through an analysis of the concept of ‘worship’ or ‘the worshipful’ or any notions derivative from these, as some writers have maintained, but instead through a comparative analysis of the various concepts of a ‘highest (...)
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  6. Gary Doore (1979). The ‘Radically Empiricist’ Interpretation of Early Buddhist Nirvā A. Religious Studies 15 (1):65.
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    Gary Doore (1980). The Argument From Design: Some Better Reasons for Agreeing with Hume. Religious Studies 16 (2):145 - 161.