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81. Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy: Volume > 3
Kenneth R. Hammond A Plea for Philosophers’ Direct Participation in the Policy Formation Process
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82. Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy: Volume > 3
Raymond Dacey Detection, Inference and the Arms Race
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83. Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy: Volume > 3
William H. Shaw Prisoners, Proletarians and Paradox
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Nicholas Rescher The Social Value of a Life
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Ronald N. Giere Technological Decision Making
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86. Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy: Volume > 2
Myles Brand Philosophical Action Theory and the Foundations of Motivational Psychology
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Jaegwon Kim The Role of Intention in Motivational Psychology: Comments on Brand
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88. Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy: Volume > 2
Myles Brand A Brief Reply to Kim
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89. Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy: Volume > 2
Peter van Inwagen The Incompatibility of Responsibility and Determinism
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Bernard Berofsky The Irrelevance of Morality to Freedom
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Bruce Vermazen Occurent and Standing Wants
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92. Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy: Volume > 2
Lawrence H. Davis Wayward Causal Chains
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93. Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy: Volume > 2
Michael H. Robins On Pritchard Revisited: Comments on Davis’ ‘Wayward Causal Chains’
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94. Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy: Volume > 2
Monroe C. Beardsley Motives and Intentions
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95. Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy: Volume > 2
Hector-Neri Castañeda The Doing of Thinking: Intending and Willing
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Bart Gruzalski Taking Full Responsibility for Causing Patients to Die
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97. Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy: Volume > 2
Bonnie Steinbock Causing Death and Allowing to Starve
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98. Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy: Volume > 2
Dan W. Brock Moral Prohibitions and Consent
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Edmund Byrne After “Mental Illness” What? A Philosophical Endorsement of Statutory Reform
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100. Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy: Volume > 2
Lowell Yarusso Some Implications of the Assumptions Behind Federal Policy
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