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379 Hume Studies Referees, 1994-1995 Donald Baxter John Biro M. A. Box Janet Broughton Charlotte Brown Rachel Cohon Dorothy Coleman Phillip Cummins John W. Danford Richard Dees James Dye James Fieser M. Jamie Ferreira Daniel Flage Roger Gallie Jean Hampton Anne Jaap Jacobson Dale Jacquette Peter Jones Mikael Karlsson Christine Korsgaard John Christian Laursen Keith Lehrer Thomas M. Lennon Donald W. Livingston Louis Loeb Jane Mclntyre James Moore Mary Mothersill David Fate Norton David Owen University of Connecticut University of Florida University of Alaska University of California—Berkeley Illinois Wesleyan University Stanford University College of William and Mary University of Iowa University of Houston St. Louis University Northern Illinois University University of Tennessee—Martin University of Virginia James Madison University University of Nottingham University of Arizona University of Houston Pennsylvania State University University of Edinburgh University of Iceland Harvard University University of California—Riverside University of Arizona University of Western Ontario Emory University University of Michigan Cleveland State University Concordia University Barnard College McGiIl University University of Arizona Volume XXI, Number 2, November 1995 380 David Pears Terence Penelhum A. E. Pitson Elizabeth Radcliffe D. D. Raphael David Raynor Wade Robison Paul Russell M .A. Stewart Corliss Swain Craig Walton Fred Wilson Kenneth Winkler Oxford University University of Calgary University of Sterling Santa Clara University University of London University of Ottawa Rochester Institute of Technology University of British Columbia University of Lancaster St. Olaf College University of Nevada—Las Vegas University of Toronto Wellesley College Hume Studies ...


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