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  1. R. N. McLaughlin (1955). Further Problems of Derived Obligation. Mind 64 (255):400-402.
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  2. R. N. McLaughlin (1969). Moral Commitments, Legal Validity and Duty Under Law. Philosophical Quarterly 19 (75):123-134.
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    R. N. McLaughlin (1961). The Natural Conditional. Mind 70 (278):216-227.
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    R. N. McLaughlin (1973). On the Logic of General Conditionals. Philosophical Quarterly 23 (91):133-143.
    The aim of the essay is to devise a logic of conditionality which escapes the paradoxes which arise when the general conditional is identified with the universalization of the material conditional. The assumption I adopt is that the logic of one contingent form differs from that of another to the extent that the two forms have different confirmations and disconfirmations. The logic of conditionals is not, But that of their confirmations and disconfirmations is, At bottom truth-Functional; and the logical relations (...)
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    R. N. McLaughlin (1967). Human Action. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 45 (2):141 – 158.
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    R. N. McLaughlin (1965). Obligation and Ability. Dialogue 4 (3):323-335.
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    R. N. McLaughlin (1973). Deontic Logic and Conditional Obligation. Mind 82 (326):207-217.
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    R. N. McLaughlin (1969). On a Bill of Rights. Dialogue 8 (3):433-444.
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    R. N. McLaughlin (1974). The Open Bill of Rights: A Reply to Carole Stewart. Dialogue 13 (3):581-585.
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