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The Blackwell Guide to Philosophy of Mind (Blackwell Philosophy Guides)

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ContributionsFred Adams (Contributor), Kenneth Aizawa (Contributor), John Bickle (Contributor), Stephen P. Stich (Editor), Ted A. Warfield (Editor)
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ISBN 100631217754
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