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Fall, 1995 - Volume 15, Number 4

Consciousness Revisited

  • FI Interview: A Conversation With Daniel Dennett
  • FI Interview: The Neurophilosophy Of Patricia Smith Churchland
  • Neurological Bases Of Modern Humanism — José Delgado
  • Revisiting "New Conceptions Of The Mind" — Noel W. Smith
  • Consciousness, Math, And Aristotle — Adam Carley

Betrand Russell Remembered

  • Introduction — Timothy J. Madigan
  • Russell vs. Dewey On Religion — Michael J. Rockler
  • Why I Am Not A Russellian — John M. Novak
  • Bertrand Russell's Intellectual Odyssey — Gladys Garner Leithauser
  • Russell And The Comtemplation Of Philosophy — John Shosky
  • Russell And The Happy Life — Marvin Kohl
  • Russell At Century's End — Alan Ryan
  • Onto The Past! What The 1990s Mean To Bertrand Russell — Nicholas Griffin

Humanism And Medical Ethics

  • Joseph Fletcher's Situation Ethics, Once Again — Richard Taylor
  • God And The Patent Office — Richard J. Gross

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