Supplementary Volume, Volume 17
Williams and Norgate, 1938 - Philosophy - 194 pages
Vols. for 1918- contain the papers read at the joint session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association at University of Manchester. The sessions of 1918-1919 include the British Psychological Society.
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The Relevance of Psychology to Logic
What is Action?
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