Ratio 30 (4):381-383 (2017)

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James Andow
University of East Anglia
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This special issue is on the topic of Experimental Philosophy as Applied Philosophy. The issue is the result of the 2016 Annual Ratio Conference held at the University of Reading, 23–24 April 2016. The conference was also the seventh annual conference of Experimental Philosophy Group UK.
Keywords Experimental Philosophy  Applied Philosophy
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DOI 10.1111/rati.12167
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