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  1. J. L. Martin (1974). Has Strawson Refuted Scepticism About Other Minds? Philosophy 49 (190):420 - 428.
  2. J. L. Martin (1974). Strawson's Transcendental Deduction of Other Minds. Canadian Journal of Philosophy (Suppl.) 159 (2):159-169.
  3. J. L. Martin (1973). The Duality of the Present. Man and World 6 (September):293-301.
    A reflection upon the experience of time reveals two data : An infinitely rapid flow of nows through the present, and the unmoving everpresence of the now in which I live. This all-pervasive duality of the present is implicit in many analyses of time, including Husse'rl's, but it needs to, be made ex- plicit. Although our data are, by the nature of the case, perfectly available for our inspection, their explication is not easy (as Augustine's frustration indicates). Consequently, the explication (...)
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  4. J. L. Martin (1972). A Dialogue on Criteria. Philosophical Forum 4 (2):218.
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  5. J. Luis MartÍn (1965). Proudhon y Donoso Cortés ante la propiedad privada. Revista de filosofía (Chile) 24 (94/95):317.
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