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  1. W. D. Glasgow (1978). Broad on Psychological Egoism. Ethics 88 (4):361-368.
    In what follows, I shall first outline Broad's description of, and attitude to, psychological egoism. Then, I shall examine briefly the form which a defense against his criticisms might take. This raises the query whether such a defense is consistent with the doctrine's empirical character. It is suggested that the egoist could evade this difficulty by questioning an assumption which Broad (and others) make about psychological egoism. By abandoning this assumption, we can state the doctrine in a more adequate form-a (...)
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  2. W. D. Glasgow (1976). Psychological Egoism. American Philosophical Quarterly 13 (1):75 - 79.
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  3. R. F. Atkinson & W. D. Glasgow (1971). New Books. [REVIEW] Mind 80 (319):473-480.
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  4. W. D. Glasgow (1971). Ethical Egoism Again. Ethics 82 (1):65-71.
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  5. W. D. Glasgow (1971). MITCHELL, B. - "Law, Morality and Religion in a Secular Society". [REVIEW] Mind 80:475.
     
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  6. W. D. Glasgow (1971). New Books. [REVIEW] Mind 80 (319):475-480.
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  7. W. D. Glasgow & G. W. Pilkington (1970). Other Minds on Evidential Necessity. Mind 79 (315):431-35.
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  8. W. D. Glasgow (1969). The Act of Praising. Theoria 35 (3):185-203.
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  9. W. D. Glasgow (1969). The Concept of the Categorical Imperative. Philosophical Books 10 (3):28-30.
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  10. W. D. Glasgow (1968). Kant: Philosophical Correspondence. Philosophical Books 9 (1):30-31.
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  11. W. D. Glasgow (1968). The Contradiction in Ethical Egoism. Philosophical Studies 19 (6):81 - 85.
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  12. W. D. Glasgow (1967). Kant's Analytic. Philosophical Books 8 (2):3-5.
  13. G. W. Pilkington & W. D. Glasgow (1967). Towards a Rehabilitation of Introspection as a Method in Psychology. Journal of Existentialism 7:329-350.
  14. W. D. Glasgow (1961). No Title Available: PHILOSOPHY. Philosophy 36 (137):254-255.
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  15. W. D. Glasgow (1961). RAMSEY, IAN T.-"Freedom and Immortality". [REVIEW] Philosophy 36:254.
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  16. W. D. Glasgow (1961). Freedom and Immortality. By Ian T. Ramsey. (London: S. C. M. Press. 1960. Pp. 157. Price 16s.). Philosophy 36 (137):254-.
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  17. W. D. Glasgow (1960). The Concept of Choosing. Analysis 20 (3):63 - 67.
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  18. W. D. Glasgow & G. W. Pilkington (1959). On the Soul: A Discussion. Mind 68 (270):241-251.
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  19. W. D. Glasgow (1958). A Reply To Miss Smith. Philosophy 33 (124):57-.
    The word “objective” is of course the trouble–maker here, Miss Smith assumes that if an aesthetic statement is held to be objective then it is the physical existence of the work of art that constitutes the objectivity: i.e. if a work of art is exteroceptively perceivable, then an aesthetic statement involving it is objective. Some writers, however have held that in genuine works of art there is manifested an ultimate spiritual Reality which we apprehend when we appreciate such works. On (...)
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  20. W. D. Glasgow (1957). On Choosing. Analysis 17 (6):135 - 139.
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  21. W. D. Glasgow (1957). Knowledge of God. Philosophy 32 (122):229 - 240.
    In a recent article In Mind , called A Religious Way of Knowing , Mr. C. B. Martin considers the claim made by some theologians to know the existence of God on the basis of direct experience of God. His paper is, he says, “an attempt to indicate how statements concerning a certain alleged religious way of knowing betray a logic extraordinarily like that of statements concerning introspective and subjective ways of knowing. It is not my wish to go from (...)
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  22. W. D. Glasgow (1951). D. Cox: The Significance of Christianity: A Note. Mind 60 (237):100-102.
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