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PHILOSOPHY & PUBLIC AFFAIRS contains philosophical discussions of substantive legal, social, and political problems, as well as discussions of the more abstract questions to which these discussions give rise. The journal is designed to fill the need for a periodical in which philosophers with different viewpoints and philosophically inclined writers from various disciplines can bring their distinctive methods to bear on problems of concern to everyone.
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viewing issueVolume 31, Number 3, Summer 2003
Table of Contents
- Facts and Principles
- pp. 211-245
- Defending Transitivity against Zenois Paradox
- pp. 272-279
- Notes on the Contributors
- p. 210
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