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  1. R. I. Aaron (1945). V.—Critical Notices. Mind 54 (213):83-89.
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  2. R. I. Aaron (1932). Vi.—Critical Notices. Mind 41 (161):113-119.
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  3. J. L. Ackrill (1962). Viii.—Critical Notices. Mind 71 (281):107-117.
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  4. Robert Adamson (1886). Vii.—Critical Notices. Mind 42:252-256.
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  5. Robert Adamson (1885). V.—Critical Notices. Mind 40:573-588.
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  6. Robert Adamson (1884). V.—Critical Notices. Mind 35:427-489.
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  7. Robert Adamson (1879). Vii.—Critical Notices. Mind 16:570-575.
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  8. Robert Adamson (1878). Viii.—Critical Notices. Mind 11:389-392.
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  9. S. Alexander (1894). Vi.—Critical Notices. Mind 3 (9):125-130.
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  10. S. Alexander (1886). Vii.—Critical Notices. Mind 42:275-283.
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  11. G. Allen (1880). Vii.--Critical Notices. Mind (19):432-434.
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  12. A. Bain (1876). Viii.—Critical Notices. Mind 3:393-399.
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  13. H. Barker (1936). Vii.—Critical Notices. Mind 45 (179):365-372.
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  14. H. Barker (1931). Vi—Critical Notices. Mind 40 (160):483-491.
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  15. H. Barker (1929). V.—Critical Notices. Mind 38 (150):231-235.
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  16. H. Barker (1921). V.—Critical Notices. Mind 30 (118):220-226.
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  17. H. Barker (1904). Vi.—Critical Notices. Mind 13 (1):416-419.
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  18. Henry Barker (1909). Vi.—Critical Notices. Mind 18 (1):129-134.
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  19. J. I. Beare (1896). Vi.--Critical Notices. Mind (18):246-255.
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  20. Ansgar Beckermann (2002). Die Reduktive Erklaerbarkeit des Phaenomenalen Bewusstseins - C.D. Broad Zur Erklaerungsluecke. In Phaenomenales Bewusstsein. Mentis. pp. 122--147.
    Zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts war die Frage, ob Leben rein mechanisch erklärt werden könne, noch genau so heiß umstritten wie das Leib-Seele- Problem heute. Zwei Parteien standen sich unversöhnlich gegenüber. Auf der einen Seite die Biologischen Mechanisten mit der Auffassung, daß die für Lebewesen charakteristischen Eigenschaften (Stoffwechsel, Fortpflan- zung, Wahrnehmung, zielgerichtetes Verhalten, Morphogenese) genauso mechanisch erklärt werden können wie das Verhalten einer Uhr, das sich mit physikalischer Zwangsläufigkeit aus den Eigenschaften und der Anord- nung ihrer Zahnräder, Federn und Gewichte (...)
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  21. Ansgar Beckermann (2000). The Perennial Problem of the Reductive Explainability of Phenomenal Consciousness: C. D. Broad on the Explanatory Gap. In Thomas Metzinger (ed.), Neural Correlates of Consciousness. MIT Press.
    At the start of the 20th century the question of whether life could be explained in purely me- chanical terms was as hotly debated as the mind-body problem is today. Two factions opposed each other: Biological mechanists claimed that the properties characteristic of living organisms could be ex- plained mechanistically, in the way the behavior of a clock can be explained by the properties and the arrangement of its cogs, springs, and weights. Substantial vitalists, on the other hand, maintained that (...)
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  22. P. V. M. Benecke (1925). Vii.—Critical Notices. Mind 34 (134):241-244.
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  23. A. W. Benn (1915). Vi.—Critical Notices. Mind 24 (1):112-114.
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  24. Alfred W. Benn (1894). Vi.—Critical Notices. Mind 3 (10):259-263.
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  25. Max Black (1947). Professor Broad on the Limit Theorems of Probability. Mind 56 (222):148-150.
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  26. H. W. Blunt (1908). Vi.--Critical Notices. Mind 17 (2):258-263.
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  27. Herbert W. Blunt (1908). Vi.—Critical Notices. Mind 17 (4):563-565.
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  28. Herbert W. Blunt (1902). V.—Critical Notices. Mind 11 (1):98-103.
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  29. B. Bosanquet (1914). Vi.—Critical Notices. Mind 23 (1):587-597.
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  30. B. Bosanquet (1899). Vi.--Critical Notices. Mind 8 (4):531-535.
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  31. B. Bosanquet & C. D. Broad (1922). Prof. Broad on the External World. Mind 31 (121):122-123.
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  32. Bernard Bosanquet (1921). V.—Critical Notices. Mind 30 (117):63-71.
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  33. Bernard Bosanquet (1913). V.—Critical Notices. Mind 22 (87):383-387.
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  34. Bernard Bosanquet (1912). Vi.—Critical Notices. Mind 21 (84):556-564.
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  35. Bernard Bosanquet (1892). Vi.—Critical Notices. Mind 1 (2):265-271.
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  36. H. Bosanquet (1904). Vi.—Critical Notices. Mind 13 (1):422-424.
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  37. R. B. Braithwaite (1954). Ix.—Critical Notices. Mind 63 (250):249-262.
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  38. R. B. Braithwaite (1940). V.—Critical Notices. Mind 49 (194):455-466.
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  39. Karl Britton (1947). Iv.—Critical Notices. Mind 56 (223):257-265.
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  40. Karl Britton (1939). Vi.—Critical Notices. Mind 48 (189):88-94.
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  41. Karl Britton (1937). Vi.—Critical Notices. Mind 46 (183):394-399.
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  42. Karl Britton (1937). V.—Critical Notices. Mind 46 (184):521-526.
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  43. C. D. BroaD (1922). Prof. Broad on the External World. Mind 31 (121):122-b-122.
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  44. C. D. Broad, Reality.
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  45. C. D. Broad, The Unity of the Mind.
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  46. C. D. Broad, Arguments for the Existence of God.
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  47. C. D. Broad, Sense Perception and Matter.
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  48. C. D. Broad (2009). The Present Relations of Science and Religion. Philosophy 14 (54):131-.
    Fifty or sixty years ago anyone fluttering the pages of one of the many magazines which then catered for the cultivated and intelligent English reader would have been fairly certain to come upon an article bearing somewhat the same title as that of the present paper. The author would probably be an eminent scientist, such as Huxley or Clifford; a distinguished scholar, such as Frederic Harrison or Edmund Gurney; or a politician of cabinet rank, such as Gladstone or Morley. Whichever (...)
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  49. C. D. Broad (2009). The Relevance of Psychical Research to Philosophy. Philosophy 24 (91):291-.
    I will begin this paper by stating in rough outline what I consider to be the relevance of psychical research to philosophy, and I shall devote the rest of it to developing this preliminary statement in detail.
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  50. C. D. Broad (2009). Some of the Main Problems of Ethics. Philosophy 21 (79):99-.
    Ethics, in the sense in which that word is used by philosophers, may be described as the theoretical treatment of moral phenomena. I use the phrase “moral phenomena” to cover all those facts and only those in describing which we have to use such words as “ought,” “right and wrong,” “good and evil,” or any others which are merely verbal translations of these.
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