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    Gavin Ardley (1964). The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. Philosophical Studies 13:183-192.
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    Gavin Ardley (1959). The Nature of Perception. Philosophy Today 3 (3):79-86.
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    Gavin Ardley (1967). The Knower and the Known. Philosophical Studies 16:328-332.
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    Gavin Ardley (1969). Metaphysics and Measurement. Philosophical Studies 18:227-227.
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    Gavin Ardley (1958). The Nature of Perception. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 36 (December):189-200.
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    Gavin Ardley (1967). Philosophy of Science. Philosophical Studies 16:230-251.
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    Gavin Ardley (1969). The 'Mental' and the 'Physical'. Philosophical Studies 18:227-228.
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    Gavin Ardley (1980). Experience and its Modes. Philosophical Studies 27 (1):415-417.
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    Gavin Ardley (1964). The Language of Science and the Language of Literature 1700-1740. Philosophical Studies 13:236-238.
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    Gavin Ardley (1967). The Role of Play in the Philosophy of Plato. Philosophy 42 (161):226 - 244.
    We are little accustomed in modern times to think of philosophy in terms of play. With few exceptions, philosophers in the last few centuries are conspicuous for their gravity. If a lighter touch enters their writings it is rather as a douceur with which to punctuate argument. To charge a philosopher with playing games is to condemn his activity as trivial and futile.
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    Gavin Ardley (1957). The Cartesian Projection. Philosophical Studies 7:83-100.
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    Gavin Ardley (1963). Plato as Tragedian. Philosophical Studies 12:7-24.
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    Gavin Ardley (1967). The Bounds of Sense. Philosophical Studies 16:365-366.
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    Gavin Ardley (1969). Galileo. Philosophical Studies 18:224-227.
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    Gavin Ardley (1969). The Meaning of Plato's Marital Communism. Philosophical Studies 18:36-47.
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    Gavin Ardley (1967). Experience and Theory. Philosophical Studies 16:328-328.
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    Gavin Ardley (1973). Hume's Philosophical Development. [REVIEW] Philosophical Studies 22:312-314.
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    Gavin Ardley (1960). Philosophies of Appearance and Reality. Philosophical Studies 10 (10):50-63.
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    Gavin Ardley (1980). The Philosopher's Annual. Philosophical Studies 27:419-420.
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    Gavin Ardley (1980). Imre Lakatos: Philosophical Papers. Philosophical Studies 27:245-251.
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    Gavin Ardley (1959). The Principle of Falsification. Philosophical Studies 9:66-72.
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    Gavin Ardley (1976). Philosophical Papers. Philosophical Studies 25:331-333.
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    Gavin Ardley (1961). The Image of Newton and Locke in the Age of Reason. Philosophical Studies 11:257-259.
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    Gavin Ardley (1980). Problems of Scientific Revolution. Philosophical Studies 27:417-419.
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    Gavin Ardley (1959). The Sleepwalkers. Philosophical Studies 9:165-171.
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    Gavin Ardley (1980). Plato's Moral Theory. Philosophical Studies 27:329-331.
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    Gavin Ardley (1966). Analytical Philosophy of History. Philosophical Studies 15:268-275.
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    Gavin Ardley (1958). The Crime of Galileo. Philosophical Studies 8:160-165.
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    Gavin Ardley (1982). The Eternity of the World. Philosophical Studies 29:55-67.
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    Gavin Ardley (1973). The Origin of Subjectivity. Philosophical Studies 22:311-312.
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    Gavin Ardley (1960). What Kind of Education? Philosophy 35 (133):153 - 157.
    The old controversy between the classical education in the humanities and the modern kind of education in the sciences is frequently before us in these times. Russia is rapidly gaining ascendancy in scientific achievement; England and the United States of America are urged to meet the challenge by increasing the pressure of a scientific training for all capable of it. Is such a policy really desirable? From one point of view it might seem merely a matter of changing the subjects (...)
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  32. Gavin W. R. Ardley (1950). Aquinas and Kant. New York, Longmans, Green.
  33. Gavin W. R. Ardley (1950). Aquinas and Kant the Foundations of the Modern Sciences. Longmans, Green.
  34. Gavin W. R. Ardley (1962). Berkeley's Philosophy of Nature. University of Auckland.
     
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    Gavin W. R. Ardley (1969). Berkeley's Renovation of Philosophy. The Hague, Martinus Nijhoff.
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  36. Gavin W. R. Ardley (1980). The Common Sense Philosophy of James Oswald. Aberdeen University Press.
  37. Gavin Ardley (1959). The Nature of Perception. Philosophy Today 3 (2):79-87.
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  38. Gavin Ardley (1954). The Physics of Local Motion. The Thomist 17:145.
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