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  1. John C. Begg (1952). Deviation Into Sense. Philosophy 27 (100):96 -.
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  2. John C. Begg (1952). Time Order for Minds. Mind 61 (241):75-77.
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  3. John C. Begg (1952). Institute Notes. Philosophy 27 (100):96-.
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  4. John C. Begg (1942). Nature and Precision. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 20 (1):30 – 45.
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  5. John C. Begg (1939). The Status of Physical Concepts. Philosophy 14 (53):68 - 85.
    Contemplating certain residual mists, the net proceeds of a material world exploded and disintegrated by the relentless penetration of scientific intellect, the more advanced physicist has been led in recent times to co-operate with the philosopher on a common plane. Not so long ago, and not always without reason, the philosopher was regarded somewhat askance. It is the old antithesis between the practical man and the theorist, the scientific man himself having been regarded for long as a dreamer. All depends (...)
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  6. John C. Begg (1930). Physical Science and Primary Experience. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 8 (3):190 – 199.
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