Sense and Sensibilia

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Oxford University Press, 1964 - Philosophy - 144 pages
11 Reviews
The clarity, the wit, and the patience of the writing are liable to deceive the reader on only one point, namely the amount of hard work that lies behind these thoughts....This book is the one to put into the hands of those who have been over-impressed by Austin's critics....[Warnock's] brilliant editing puts everybody who is concerned with philosophical problems in his debt.

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Review: Sense and Sensibilia: Reconstructed from the Manuscript Notes by CJ Warnock

User Review  - Liam Kofi - Goodreads

This book is far more fun than you think it is going to be. Well worth a read. Read full review

Review: Sense and Sensibilia: Reconstructed from the Manuscript Notes by CJ Warnock

User Review  - Randal Samstag - Goodreads

This book presents Austin's lectures on the strange idea of 'sense data' put together after his death by GJ Warnock from Austin's notes of talks that Austin had given at Oxford and the University of ... Read full review

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