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    The Right and the Good.William David Ross - 1946 - Clarendon Press.
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  2. Prima Facie Duties.William David Ross - 1987 - In Christopher W. Gowans (ed.), Moral Dilemmas. Oxford Uiversity Press.
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  3. A Neural Theory of Attentive Visual Search: Interactions of Boundary, Surface, Spatial, and Object Representations.Stephen Grossberg, Ennio Mingolla & William D. Ross - 1994 - Psychological Review 101 (3):470-489.
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    The Meanings of “Good ”.William David Ross - 1937 - Travaux du IXe Congrès International de Philosophie 11:78-82.
    On soutient souvent que le bien moral, l’activité intellectuelle correcte et les plaisirs comme tels sont des biens dans le même sens. Mais la réflexion montre que, tandis que les deux premiers sont des biens au sens de choses à admirer, le plaisir comme tel n’est jamais à admirer, simplement pour son caractère plaisant. Pourtant nous sentons le devoir de produire certains plaisirs qui ne sont pas à admirer, c’est-à-dire qui sont moralement neutres, par exemple des plaisirs des sens pour (...)
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    The Authenticity of Aristotle's Categories.Isaac Husik & William David Ross - 1939 - Journal of Philosophy 36 (16):427-433.
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    Filling-in While Finding Out: Guiding Behavior by Representing Information.William D. Ross - 1998 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (6):770-771.
    Discriminating behavior depends on neural representations in which the sensory activity patterns guiding different responses are decorrelated from one another. Visual information can often be parsimoniously transformed into these behavioral bridge-locus representations within neuro-computational visuo-spatial maps. Isomorphic inverse-optical world representation is not the goal. Nevertheless, such useful transformations can involve neural filling-in. Such a subpersonal representation of information is consistent with personal-level vision theory.
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