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DOI: 10.1111/b.9781405106795.2004.00014.x


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Mach, Ernst (1838–1916) Machiavelli, Niccoló (1496–1527) machine functionalism MacIntyre, Alasdair (1929–) Mackie, J(ohn) L(eslie) (1917–81) McDowell, John (1942–) McTaggart, John (1866–1925) macrocosm magnanimity, maieutic method, Maimonides, Moses (1135–1204) Maine de Biran, François-Pierre (1766–1824) major premise make-believe Malebranche, Nicolas (1638–1715) malicious demon Manichaeism manifest image manifold many-valued logic Marcel, Gabriel (1889–1973) Marcus Aurelius (121–180) Marcus, Ruth Barcan (1921–) Marcuse, Herbert (1898–1979) Maritain, Jacques (1882–1973) Marx, Karl (1818–83) Marxism masculinism masked man fallacy masochism mass term master argument master morality master/slave material adequacy material analysis, material conditional, material equivalence, material implication material implication, paradoxes of material mode of speech material objects materialism materialist theory of mind mathematical cyclist mathematical logic matrix method, matter matter of fact, maxim maximin rule Mead, George Herbert (1863–1931) mean meaning meaning of a sentence meaning of life meaning postulate meaningless means/end means of production, mechanism mechanistic materialism mediate inference, mediate perception, medical ethics, medieval philosophy meditation Meinong, Alexius von (1853–1920) memory Mendelssohn, Moses (1729–86) mens rea mental act mental causation mental event mental ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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