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Strawson

(ˈstrɔːsən)
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(Biography) Sir Peter (Frederick). 1919–2006, British philosopher. His early work deals with the relationship between language and logic, his later work with metaphysics. His books include The Bounds of Sense (1966) and Freedom and Resentment (1974)
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In the terminology that Clark adopts from Galen Strawson (Strawson 1989), qualitative properties are distinguished from phenomenal ones.
Jessica One is owned by Lincolnshire farmer Bill Strawson, who bought her as an unbroken five-year-old, and will retain her to breed from.
In this absorbing portrait of two giants of the 20th century, General John Strawson's account of Winston Churchill's six months on the Western Front offers an insight into why he became a great war leader.
Somewhat in the manner of Searle (only more so, as it were), Strawson swims against both currents in defending "naturalized Cartesianism".
In his article in the winter 1997 Arab Studies Quarterly, John Strawson purports to critique the second edition of my book Islam and Human Rights: Tradition and Politics and ascribes to me various misguided positions regarding how human rights relate to Islamic culture and law.
Free will's connection to moral responsibility also drives contemporary thinkers as diverse in their substantive positions as Peter Strawson, Thomas Nagel, Peter van Inwagen, Galen Strawson, and Robert Kane.
Most of the male characters have surnames for first names: Wade, Hutchins, Strawson, Maitland.
Strawson, for instance, set off on an intellectual trek not dissimilar to that of Wilson, but he was careful to confine his discourse to matters that he could defend; otherwise, he labelled his ideas as purely speculative.
TOM Strawson ended the Yorkshire Area season on a high with the first treble of his career on yesterday's South Durham card at Sedgefield Racecourse, with all three trained near the track by Chris Dawson.
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A Bergsonian Critique of Galen Strawson's Argument, MARK IAN THOMAS ROBSON