1. James G. Mazoué (1990). Diagnosis Without Doctors. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 15 (6):559-579.
    Computer-based diagnostic systems are widely regarded as having only a supportive role in assisting physicians make diagnostic decisions. Continuing progress in the design of diagnostic software, however, may not only produce systems which have heuristic and consultative value, but which may render the traditional role of the physician as a ‘polyfunctional practitioner’ obsolete should it become feasible to replace practitioner-dependent diagnostic skill with more accurate, reliable and cost-effective computer-based programs. Should the implementation of such programs prove to be both a (...)
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  2. James G. Mazoué (1986). Some Remarks on Luper-Foy's Criticism of Nozickian Tracking. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 64 (2):206 – 212.
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  3. James G. Mazoue (1985). Nozick on Inferential Knowledge. Philosophical Quarterly 35 (139):191-193.
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