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21. The Philosophers' Magazine: Issue: 56
Jason Southworth, Understanding films
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What we are dealing with is the problem of underdetermination of information – there is not enough information to prove one hypothesis over the other. This is a common problem that comes up most often in the sciences. But while scientists have recourse to a variety of considerations that help them settle on a hypothesis, when interpreting films, the principle that is most helpful is the principle of charity.
22. The Philosophers' Magazine: Issue: 56
Ann Hartle, Michel de Montaigne
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23. The Philosophers' Magazine: Issue: 56
Russell Blackford, The invention of ethics
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Mark Siderits, Note to self
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Duncan Richter, Wandering in Wittgenstein’s footsteps
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Elizabeth Cripps, Look back in anger
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Antonia Macaro, The pursuit of happiness
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Julia Galef, God’s favourite musical
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Stephen Gardiner, Q & A
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Jean Kazez, The spice theory
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