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  1. Mark Leon (2011). Reason and Coercion: In Defence of a Rational Control Account of Freedom. Philosophia 39 (4):733-740.
    According to Pettit, an account of freedom in terms of rational control fails to suffice, for he argues that such an account lacks the resources to rule out coerced actions as unfree. The crucial feature of a coerced action is that it leaves the agent with a choice to make, an apparently rational choice to make. To the extent that it does this, it would seem to leave the agent as free as he would be in any other case where (...)
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  2. Mark Leon (2002). Responsible Believers. The Monist 85 (3):421-435.
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  3. Mark Leon (2002). Colour Wars: Dividing the Spoils. Philosophy 77 (300):175-192.
    It is argued that there is much to be said for a fairly standard interpretation of the thesis that colour, unlike shape, is a subjective or phenomenal property of objects. But if this fairly standard thesis fails to do justice to the ‘objective’ aspect of colour, and justice in this regard is called for, then it is argued we can settle for less; we can settle for the strategy of ‘dividing the spoils’ between subjective and objective accounts. But it is (...)
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  4. Mark Leon (2001). The Willing Addict: Actor or (Helpless) Bystander? Philosophia 28 (1-4):437-443.
  5. Mark Leon (2000). Believing Autonomously. The Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy 9:169-183.
    Recent discussions on the nature of freedom have suggested that freedom of action depends on freedom of the will and that the conditions for the freedom of the will preclude the possibility of the antecedents of free actions being determined or alternatively require that the agent be responsible for those antecedents. In this paper, it is argued that the first thesis is correct but that the second on either interpretation is wrong. What I argue is that if we take one (...)
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  6. Mark Leon (1999). On the Value and Scope of Freedom. Ratio 12 (2):162–177.
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  7. Mark Leon (1998). The Unnaturalness of the Mental: The Status of Folk Psychology. Southern Journal of Philosophy 36 (3):367-92.
  8. Mark Leon (1996). Sensations, Error, and Eliminative Materialism. Southern Journal of Philosophy 34 (1):83-95.
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  9. Mark Leon (1992). Rationalising Belief. Philosophical Papers 21 (3):299-314.
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  10. Mark Leon (1990). The Mechanics of Rationality. Southern Journal of Philosophy 28 (3):343-366.
  11. Mark Leon (1988). Realism, Skepticism (and Empiricism). Metaphilosophy 19 (2):143–157.
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  12. Mark Leon (1988). Characterising the Senses. Mind and Language 3 (4):243-70.
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  13. Mark Leon (1987). Solipsism Regained. Analysis 47 (2):116 - 120.
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  14. Mark Leon (1987). Character, Content, and the Ontology of Experience. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 65 (December):377-399.
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  15. Mark Leon (1986). Interpreting Experience. Philosophical Papers 15 (November):107-130.
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  16. Mark Leon (1980). Part One: Are Mental Events Outlaws? Philosophical Papers 9 (2):1-13.
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  17. Mark Leon (1980). Are Mental Events Outlaws? Philosophical Papers 9 (October):1-13.
     
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